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FEMA IS 2900.A: National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) Overview Answers

1. Developing a strategic approach for coordinating Federal recovery support after a disaster strikes is a ______________ responsibility of the __________________.



2. Maintaining adequate homeowner or renter insurance coverage is primarily a _____________ responsibility of ________________.


3. The intended audience of the National Disaster Recovery Framework includes voluntary agencies.


4. According to the recovery continuum, assessing the scope of recovery needs after a disaster occurs in which phase of activities?



5. Responsibilities and activities that determine resources and other support needed to address recovery needs after a disaster strikes are:



6. Working with all groups of people affected by a disaster, and promoting inclusive and accessible outreach within the community, is an example of a ________________ operational planning activity.


7. Which core capability contribute to recovery through the critical task of leading, coordinating, and driving the recovery process?



8. Establishing clear leadership, coordination, and decision making structures at the local, State, and tribal levels ahead of a disaster is an example of a ________________ operational planning activity.


9. The _____________________ specifically defines each of the core capabilities and the critical tasks required to deliver each capability.



10. Previous disaster recovery efforts highlighted the need for:


11. One of the NDRF guiding principles states that recovery does not apply exclusively to the built environment, but also to the ________ of individuals who have been through traumatic events.



12. Following are two characteristics of which one of the four factors for a successful recovery: Defining roles and responsibilities for all stakeholders and examining recovery alternatives, addressing conflicts, and making informed and timely decisions?


13. The Federal Government has six Recovery Support Functions. State X has 12 recovery support function-equivalents. If all the Federal Recovery Support Functions are activated to Support State X after a disaster, what happens?



14. The _______________ builds and maintains Federal interagency relationships and support for recovery during disaster and non-disaster times.


15. The Federal Government has six recovery support functions. This is not necessarily the way local, State, or tribal governments may organize their recovery. If local, State, or tribal government recovery structures do not exactly align with the Federal structure, what happens?


16. Providing a link between Federal resource providers and local governments to ensure that recovery needs are addressed after a disaster is primarily a ___________ responsibility of _________________.


17. Which of the following is NOT one of the core capabilities that span across all five mission areas?


18. Providing leadership, coordination, and oversight for a particular Recovery Support Function is the responsibility of:


19. Coordinating the development, training, and exercise of State recovery plans to increase the level of preparedness is a ______________ responsibility of the __________________.


20. The NDRF recommends that communities, states, and tribes appoint Local Disaster Recovery Managers (LDRMs) and State/Tribal Disaster Recovery Coordinators (SDRCs/TDRCs) to lead disaster recovery activities for their jurisdiction.



Find answers to the next exam here: FEMA IS 2905: Coordinating Health and Social Services Recovery Answers