1. This section addresses the administrative aspects of the plan: A. Executive Summary
  2. Chapter 1, Introduction
  3. Chapter 2, Planning
  4. Chapter 3, Reconstitution Implementation
  5. Chapter 4, Plan Maintenance and Training
  6. The major sections of the reconstitution plan include the Executive Summary; Chapter 1, Introduction; Chapter 2, Planning; Chapter 3, Reconstitution Implementation; Chapter 4, Plan Maintenance and Training; Appendices; and Attachments. A. TRUE
  7. FALSE
  8. Which of the following is an example of an event at a facility that could make reconstitution necessary? A. A terrorist attack
  9. An earthquake
  10. A hurricane
  11. All of the above
  12. Which item is an example of a reconstitution implementation requirement? A. You must instruct personnel about how to return to normal operations.
  13. You must verify that all systems and other capabilities are operational.
  14. You must ensure effective transition or recovery of essential records (and, in fact, all records).
  15. You must conduct an after-action review, identify areas for improvement, establish a CAP, and develop a remedial action plan.
  16. A, B, and D only
  17. All of the above
  18. This reconstitution element requires a reconstitution manager, team members, a working space, information assessments and status, and senior leadership support and guidance. A. People
  19. Plans (pre-event)
  20. Status
  21. Plans (post-event)
  22. Milestones
  23. Personnel who will be serving on the reconstitution implementation team will be members of the: A. Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
  24. Mitigation Assessment Team (MAT)
  25. DERG
  26. ERG
  27. Reconstitution plans require which of the following? A. Annual training
  28. An exercise program
  29. A backup plan (i.e., a devolution plan)
  30. All of the above
  31. Who is required to exercise the reconstitution plan? A. All organization personnel
  32. ERG
  33. DERG
  34. Organization leadership
  35. Reconstitution implementation is initiated by: A. The President
  36. ERG
  37. DERG
  38. Organization leadership
  39. Where will the reconstitution implementation team conduct its work? A. Primary facility
  40. Alternate site
  41. Another facility
  42. Both A & B
  43. Both B & C
  44. All of the above
  45. Executive branch departments and agencies are the only ones that are not required to develop plans to deal with all three types of reconstitution. A. TRUE
  46. FALSE
  47. This reconstitution element requires the reconstitution plan to identify key facilities personnel, where important documents can be found, and what resources may be required. A. People
  48. Milestones
  49. Facilities
  50. Repairs
  51. Temporary Space
  52. Which of the following is a major element of a comprehensive reconstitution plan? A. People
  53. Facilities
  54. Records
  55. Functions
  56. B, C, and D only
  57. All of the above
  58. Which phase of reconstitution involves validating that full, normal operations are being successfully conducted; developing an AAR/IP and tracking the results in the CAP; reviewing continuity and reconstitution plans; and updating them to reflect lessons learned? A. Pre-event reconstitution planning
  59. Post-event reconstitution planning
  60. Reconstitution implementation
  61. Reconstitution completion
  62. Which of the following is an example of a disruption that may require reconstitution? A. A severe storm has damaged the power lines to a facility, causing an outage. Power is not expected to be restored for a couple of hours.
  63. A facility was severely damaged by a tornado, to the point where it could take months to repair the facility and make it operational.
  64. An automobile accident has blocked traffic to a facility, and most of the personnel are stuck in traffic. It could take more than an hour before they get there!
  65. A fire at a building near a facility has caused the road to the facility to be temporarily blocked off. It is expected that the road will likely be opened in roughly an hour.
  66. This will be one of the most critical elements of reconstitution and potentially the most complicated (depending on the event). A. People
  67. Milestones
  68. Facilities
  69. Repairs
  70. Temporary Space
  71. Annual training is required for ERG and DERG members on all reconstitution plans and procedures. A. TRUE
  72. FALSE
  73. When implementing reconstitution, the focus should be on deliberate planning, or “smooth transition.” A. TRUE
  74. FALSE
  75. New facilities reconstitution is best described as: A. The process of returning to full operations at temporary (possibly distributed) facilities, with the expectation of moving to new or repaired facilities when they can be made available.
  76. The process of restoring full operations at permanent replacement facilities.
  77. The process of returning to full, normal operations at the original (possibly repaired) facility.
  78. This section provides information on the core of the reconstitution plan and should provide or reference details and checklists to facilitate getting the job done: A. Executive Summary
  79. Chapter 1, Introduction
  80. Chapter 2, Planning
  81. Chapter 3, Reconstitution Implementation
  82. Chapter 4, Reconstitution Training and Plan Management
  83. It may be necessary to defer on deciding the complete make-up of the reconstitution implementation team until the situation can be fully assessed (post-event). A. TRUE
  84. FALSE
  85. This section should identify who is responsible for TT&E: A. Executive Summary
  86. Chapter 1, Introduction
  87. Chapter 2, Planning
  88. Chapter 3, Reconstitution Implementation
  89. Chapter 4, Reconstitution Training and Plan Management
  90. Which phase of reconstitution begins with conducting an assessment of the situation in order to identify how much damage has been done; if personnel should return to the original facilities or stay at the new; and if there is a need to replace staff? A. Pre-event reconstitution planning
  91. Post-event reconstitution planning
  92. Reconstitution implementation
  93. Reconstitution completion
  94. Obtaining leadership approval of the plan is one of the goals of the pre-event planning team. A. TRUE
  95. FALSE
  96. Which phase of reconstitution involves developing an all hazards reconstitution plan, obtaining approval of the plan, and conducting training and exercises for the plan? A. Pre-event reconstitution planning
  97. Post-event reconstitution planning
  98. Reconstitution implementation
  99. Reconstitution completion
  100. Communication and implementation of the plan is performed by the reconstitution implementation team. A. TRUE
  101. FALSE
  102. Although departments and agencies should identify a reconstitution manager to plan and manage day-to-day reconstitution activities, ultimate responsibility goes to senior leadership. A. TRUE
  103. FALSE
  104. Primary facilities reconstitution is best described as: A. The process of returning to full operations at temporary (possibly distributed) facilities, with the expectation of moving to new or repaired facilities when they can be made available.
  105. The process of restoring full operations at permanent replacement facilities.
  106. The process of returning to full, normal operations at the original (possibly repaired) facility.
  107. A biennial exercise for ERG members is used to determine their familiarity with reconstitution procedures. A. TRUE
  108. FALSE
  109. The reconstitution planning team should include members from areas including, but not limited to: senior leadership, facilities/logistics, IT, communications, human resources, operations, and security. A. TRUE
  110. FALSE
  111.