Which NIMS management characteristic follows established processes for gathering

Possible Answers:

  1. Integrated Communications
  2. Information and Intelligence Management
  3. Establishment and Transfer of Command
  4. Common Terminology

The Correct Answer:

B. Information and Intelligence Management follows established processes for gathering, analyzing, assessing, sharing, and managing data.

Explanation:

The national incident management system is generally based on 14 characteristics. Information and intelligence management is a crucial characteristic of a national incident management system.

The incident management organization generally manages this management team to process gathering, analyzing, sharing, assessing and handling of the essential elements of the information in an incident area. This information helps to ensure appropriate data collection, useful information, communication among the personnel, and translation of the information.

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