IS 1003 The Exploratory Call, the Damage Inventory, and the Recovery Scoping Meeting Study Guide

FEMA IS 1003 Answers

Correct course notes and FEMA IS 1003 answers to the course; The exploratory Call, The Damage Inventory, and the Recovery Scoping meeting. This course provides insight into how the Program Delivery Manager should conduct key points of the public assistance grant process. They will establish a relationship with the applicant and guide them through the process. Download the study guide with correct FEMA IS 1003 Answers by clicking the download button to your right.

Course Date

2/28/2019

Course Overview

The course provides an overview of the Exploratory Call, Damage Inventory List, and Recovery Scoping Meeting. By the end of the course, State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial Applicants and Recipients will be able to describe all the information exchanged with FEMA in the Exploratory Call and at the Recovery Scoping Meeting, and the information collected in the Damage Inventory List.

Course Objectives:

  • Describe the key interactions with FEMA during an Exploratory Call, Recovery Scoping Meeting and while developing the Damage Inventory List.
  • Describe the role of the Program Delivery Manager as the single point of contact with FEMA in the Public Assistance process for the Applicant.

From IS-1003: The Exploratory Call, the Damage Inventory, and the Recovery Scoping Meeting

Example FEMA IS 1003 Questions & Answers

When completing the Damage Inventory for Category C work, the Applicant should keep in mind the following guidelines and recommendations:
A. Each water storage/water treatment, natural gas distribution facility, sewage collection, and treatment system requires its own line item
B. Supplies claimed for each building needs its own line item
C. Each culvert and bridge will need to have its own Damage Inventory item.
D. All vehicles claimed can be on a single Damage Inventory line item.

The following are topics of discussion during a Recovery Scoping Meeting.
A. Discuss the Damage Inventory, establish a budget, develop a Program Delivery Plan
B. Identify relevant documentation required to support the Recipient’s claim, establish a budget, develop a Program Delivery Plan
C. Discuss the Damage Inventory, schedule site inspections, establish a budget
D. Discuss the Damage Inventory, schedule site inspections, develop a Program Delivery Plan

Following the Recovery Scoping Meeting Checklist, the Program Delivery Manager and Applicant will develop a ____________where the Program Delivery Manager will introduce the roadmap or work plan to get the Applicant through grant development and to obligation.
A. Program Delivery Plan
B. Asset Allocation List
C. Program Development Plan
D. Damage Inventory List

he following statement is false regarding the Program Delivery Manager’s responsibilities following the Recovery Scoping Meeting:
A. The Program Delivery Manager provides an overview of the damage to the Site Inspector if s/he asks for one.
B. The Program Delivery Manager always conducts Site Inspections with the Site Inspector and the Applicant.
C. The Program Delivery Manager Submits a Site Inspection work order.
D. The Program Delivery Manager reviews the draft Damage Description and Dimensions and Site Inspection Report.

The Program Delivery Manager will review the Damage Inventory to become familiar with all of the following, except:
A. Environmental and historic preservation considerations
B. Potential hazard mitigation opportunities
C. The Recipient’s insurance information
D. The Applicant’s disaster-related damage

The Applicant will provide the following information in the Damage Inventory, except:
A. Address and GPS coordinates of disaster-related damage locations
B. Percent of work completed to repair the disaster-related damage
C. Potential hazard mitigation opportunities
D. Actual and/or estimated costs

The following statement is true regarding the Damage Inventory:
A. The Program Delivery Manager is responsible for providing the address and GPS coordinates of disaster-related damage locations.
B. The completed Damage Inventory will be used during the Recovery Scoping meeting and will ensure that the meeting is effective and productive.
C. The Program Delivery Manager is responsible for identifying the cause of the disaster-related damage.
D. The Damage Inventory is completed after the Recovery Scoping Meeting.

The Program Delivery Manager will use the Exploratory Call Checklist to conduct the Exploratory Call and to ensure all disaster-related damages are captured. Which item is included in this list?
A. Discuss the documentation needed to support disaster-related damage claims
B. Discuss disaster-related damage(s) that the Recipient has identified
C. Delegate documentation needs to other participants
D. Schedule a meeting for disaster inventory

What task does the Program Delivery Manager complete to carry out the Program Delivery Plan?
A. Distributes Essential Elements of Information from the Applicant
B. Schedules the site inspections
C. Updates the Recipient on the status of their project
D. Schedules contractors to work on the Applicant’s disaster-related damage

A documentation list required to support the Applicant’s claim is a:
A. Potential outcome of the Program Delivery Plan
B. Potential outcome of the Disaster Inventory List
C. Potential outcome of the hazard mitigation meeting
D. Potential outcome of the Recovery Scoping Meeting

Confirming whether the Recipient wants to participate in the Exploratory Call occurs:
A. After the call
B. During the call
C. It does not occur
D. Before the call

During the Exploratory Call, the Program Delivery Manager and Applicant discuss the ____________ identified by the Applicant.
A. Financial Needs
B. Disaster-Related Damage
C. Site Inspection Report
D. Weekly meeting plan

When completing the Damage Inventory for Category F work, the Applicant should keep in mind the following guidelines and recommendations:
A. Each water storage/water treatment, facility requires its own line item
B. Supplies claimed for each building needs its own line item
C. Each culvert and bridge will need to have its own Damage Inventory item.
D. All vehicles claimed can be on a single Damage Inventory line item.

Each Damage Inventory line item on the project requires the Applicant to provide source documentation for:
A. Temporary work
B. Permanent work
C. Work in progress
D. Completed work

Immediately following the Recovery Scoping Meeting, the Program Delivery Manager is responsible for all the following, except:
A. Sending the Applicant an email, summarizing the Recovery Scoping Meeting
B. Coordinate with other Federal agencies or special considerations teams, as needed
C. Contacting the Site Inspector with their awareness of the Applicant’s eligibility
D. Submitting a site inspection work order

Sending out site inspection work orders is a responsibility of the:
A. Scoping Meeting Manager
B. Disaster Inventory Manager
C. Exploratory Call Manager
D. Program Delivery Manager

Identifying and reporting disaster-related damages is:
A. An Applicant responsibility before and after the Recovery Scoping Meeting
B. An Applicant responsibility during the Recovery Scoping Meeting
C. A Recipient responsibility during the Recovery Scoping Meeting
D. An Applicant responsibility before the Recovery Scoping Meeting

Following the order of the Recovery Scoping Meeting Checklist, once introductions are complete, the Program Delivery Manager will capture Recipient comments and review the Damage Inventory. During this portion of the meeting, s/he will do the following, except:
A. Capture Recipient Comments
B. Provide an overview of other categories of damage available
C. Discuss the purpose of the Recovery Scoping Meeting
D. Review the Damage Inventory

All of the following are the Applicant’s responsibilities after the Recovery Scoping Meeting, except:
A. Handing the project off to the Recipient because they receive the grant money
B. Providing the Program Delivery Manager with requested Essential Elements of Information
C. Conducting the Site Inspection with the Site Inspector
D. Meeting with the Program Delivery Manager to stay updated on projects

The purpose of the __________ is to establish a relationship with the Applicant. It sets the foundation for the Applicant to have an efficient and successful Public Assistance grant process.
A. Damage Inventory
B. Recovery Scoping Meeting
C. Program Delivery Meeting
D. Exploratory Call

All of the following are potential outcomes of the Recovery Scoping Meeting, except:
A. The Program Delivery Plan (deadlines and follow-up meeting dates)
B. The eligibility determination for the Applicant’s project(s)
C. A documentation list required to support the Applicant’s claim
D. The date of the Site Inspection(s)

The Damage Inventory is a working document and can be updated up to _______ after the Recovery Scoping Meeting.
A. 60 days
B. 90 days
C. 30 days
D. 15 days

This is a detailed and in-depth meeting regarding the Applicant’s disaster-related damage and the Public Assistance process and was previously referred to as the “Kick-off Meeting.”
A. Damage Inventory Meeting
B. Preliminary Meeting
C. Detailed Description Meeting
D. Recovery Scoping Meeting

At the introductory level of the Recovery Scoping Meeting the goal is:
A. To establish a budget
B. To establish strategic recovery priorities
C. To create an individual priority checklist
D. To establish individual project priorities

The purpose of the __________ is to drive the Public Assistance process. It allows the development of strategies, plans, and prioritization of disaster-related damage.
A. Damage Inventory
B. Damage Meeting
C. Scoping Inventory
D. Recovery Scoping Meeting

The Program Delivery Manager will discuss and schedule the Recovery Scoping Meeting during the Exploratory Call. All of the following are applicable to the Recovery Scoping Meeting, except:
A. Schedule site inspections
B. Establish the Applicant’s capabilities
C. Introduce the Damage Inventory
D. Initiate Applicant’s responsibility to report all damage within 60 days

Identify an Applicant responsibility after the Recovery Scoping Meeting.
A. Update the Recovery Scoping Meeting section of Grants Manager
B. Submit the site inspection work order request via Grants Manager
C. Contact, if applicable, other Federal agencies or special considerations team as required
D. Meet with the Program Delivery Manager to stay updated on projects

The Program Delivery Plan (deadlines and follow-up meeting dates) is a:
A. Potential outcome of the Program Delivery Plan
B. Potential outcome of the Recovery Scoping Meeting
C. Potential outcome of the hazard mitigation meeting
D. Potential outcome of the Disaster Inventory List

The following statement is false regarding the Applicant.
A. The Applicant provides the Program Delivery Manager with all Essential Elements of Information; otherwise their project may be deemed ineligible.
B. The Applicant has up to 60 days after the Recovery Scoping Meeting to complete the Damage Inventory.
C. The Applicant does not have to meet with the Program Delivery Manager for follow-up meetings after the Recovery Scoping Meeting.
D. The Applicant has to show up for the Site Inspection as long as there is a representative filling in and the Program Delivery Manager was informed beforehand.

The following are the Program Delivery Manager’s responsibilities following the Recovery Scoping Meeting, except:
A. Submit a Site Inspection work order
B. Update the Recovery Scoping Meeting section of Grants Manager
C. Complete project formulation
D. Identify and report disaster-related damages

This is a critical document that captures all disaster-related damage that the Applicant identifies. It allows the development of strategies, plans, and prioritization of disaster-related damage.
A. Property Inventory
B. Asset Inventory
C. Cost Inventory
D. Damage Inventory

The Program Delivery Manager is expected to review the Damage Inventory and become familiar with:
A. Address and GPS coordinates of disaster-related damage locations
B. Percent of work completed to repair the disaster-related damage
C. Potential hazard mitigation opportunities
D. Actual and/or estimated costs