IS 1007 Detailed Damage Description and Dimensions Study Guide

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Study guide to FEMA IS 1007 Detailed Damage Description and Dimensions. Contains course notes and FEMA IS 1007 answers to pass the final exam. You may be interested in our FEMA IS 1000 Test Answers Guide

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Course Overview

This course provides an overview of the Public Assistance Program detailed Damage Description and Dimensions for grant development and review for approval in Grants Portal. By the end of the course, State, Local, Indian Tribal, and Territorial Applicants and Recipients will be able to understand all required components of the Damage Description and Dimensions.

Course Objectives:

  • Define and specify the components of a completed and detailed Damage Description and Dimensions.
  • Explain how to review, verify, and sign a completed Damage Description and Dimensions form in the Grants Portal.

IS-1007: Detailed Damage Description and Dimensions


In which phase of the Public Assistance process is the Damage Inventory introduced to the Applicant?
A. Phase IV
B. Phase II
C. Phase III
D. Phase I

The development of the Detailed Damage Description and Dimensions depends on which of the following?
A. How dense the population is at the location of the damage
B. How FEMA categorizes the work
C. The severity of other damages in the area
D. How much FEMA has available in funds

All of the following are sections of information that must be filled out in the “Sign Document” popup window when signing the Damage Description and Dimensions, except:
A. Password
B. Location
C. Signature style
D. Name

In Grants Portal, the Work Order’s header and footer block usually contains comments, such as extra damage which may not have been noticed by the Applicant. The Applicant should review these comments and take any discrepancies to the:
A. FEMA Insurance Specialist
B. Site Inspector
C. Federal Coordinating Officer
D. Program Delivery Manager

Which page of Grants Portal is the “Damage Description and Dimensions” bar located?
A. “My Damages” page
B. “Project Details” page
C. “Event PA Requests Profile” page
D. “Site Inspection Work Order” page

The Applicant is required to identify and report all incident-related damage, Emergency Work activities, and debris quantities to FEMA within how many days of the Recovery Scoping Meeting?
A. 90 days
B. 45 days
C. 60 days
D. 30 days

The Damage Inventory will be used by the ____________ to group damage line items into projects. After grouping, the line items will be used to generate Site Inspection Work Orders.
A. Recipient
B. Site Inspector
C. Applicant
D. Program Delivery Manager

In Grants Portal, which page should the Applicant navigate to view their outstanding items after the Damage Description and Dimensions are ready for review and signature?
A. “My Tasks” page
B. “My Damages” Page
C. “My Organization Profile” page
D. “My Workflows” page

Which of the following must align with the Damage Description and Dimensions in order to qualify for funding?
A. National Environmental Policy Act review
B. Environmental and historic preservation review
C. Scope of work
D. Insurance policy

FEMA will notify the Applicant when the Damage Description and Dimensions has been uploaded to Grants Poral, starting the timeline. How many days does the Applicant have to conduct a review and approve the Damage Description and Dimensions once the timeline has started?
A. 25 days
B. 5 days
C. 12 days
D. 2 days

If the Applicant cannot find a reason for not signing the Damage Description and Dimensions, the Program Delivery Manager will notify the __________, which will then work with the Applicant on a solution.
A. Site Inspector
B. Insurance Specialist
C. Recipient
D. Federal Coordinating Officer

In which section of Grants Portal will the Applicant see their information displayed after signing the Damage Description and Dimensions in the “Sign Document” popup?
A. “Project Brief Description” section
B. “Sign Document” section
C. “Project Summary” section
D. “General Information” section

After reviewing the Damage Description and Dimensions in Grants Portal, if changes are needed, which button should the Applicant select?
A. “Manage” button
B. “Download Project Report” button
C. “Sign DDD” button
D. “Send Back” button

All of the following is guidance the Applicant should use when gathering data for the Damage Description and Dimensions, except:
A. If all or a portion of the damages have been repaired, describe the bases upon which you have confirmed that the damages were, in fact, incident-related
B. Damages to the facility should be organized by hazard
C. For emergency protective measures and debris removal, quantify the damage in terms of the immediate threat to public health and safety or to improved property
D. Damage elements only need to be defined in quantities

Which of the following reviews and documents physical damage and generates the Damage Description and Dimensions for work to be completed?
A. Recipient
B. Program Delivery Manager
C. Site Inspector
D. Applicant

Which of the following is true of a Detailed Damage Description and Dimensions?
A. It identifies latitude and longitude
B. It is written at a high level with technical jargon for the Site Inspector
C. It lumps together any incident-related damages or emergency services provided
D. It demonstrates that the Applicant is responsible for performing the work