IS 1027 Fire Management Assistance Grants (FMAG)

FEMA IS 1027 ANSWERS

Study guide for Fire Management Assistance grants containing correct FEMA IS 1027 Answers and course notes. You will learn and understand more about how the FEMA Public Assistance Program works with partners to recover from and mitigate disasters. Fire management Assistance grants are the primary method for smaller governments responding to wild-land fires. All the eligible work is linked directly to firefighting activities.

Course Date

2/28/2019

Course Overview

This course provides an overview of Fire Management Assistance Grant eligibility. By the end of the course, State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial prospective Applicants and Recipients will be able to understand all aspects of the Fire Management Assistance Grant Program.

Course Objectives:

  • Identify what types of assistance can be provided through the Fire Management Assistance Grant.
  • Summarize the criteria, steps, and sequencing of key activities needed to apply for a Fire Management Assistance Grant.
  • Explain the documentation requirements that will need to be incorporated into a Fire Management Assistance Grant.

From IS 1027 Fire Management Assistance Grants (FMAG)

EXAMPLE FEMA IS 1027 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

All of the following are eligible Categories of Work for the Fire Management Assistance Grant Program, except:
ANSWER: Category A: Debris Removal
B. Category Z: Indirect and Direct Administrative Costs
C. Category B: Emergency Protective Measures
D. Category H: Fire-fighting Activities

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Which of the following is the primary point of contact for Fire Management Assistance Declarations and manages the declarations requests that are submitted?
ANSWER:  FEMA Regional Fire Duty Liaison
B. Region’s Recovery Director
C. Federal Principal Advisor
D. FEMA Regional Administrator

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The Recipient must submit its initial grant application (Standard Form 424) no later than ______________ after the date of the fire declaration.
A. 45 days
B. 9 months
C. 60 days
D. 6 months

Which of the following authorities governs the Fire Management Assistance Grant Program and details the program procedures, eligibility and requirements?
A. Office of Management and Budget Circular A-87
B. Office of Management and Budget Circular A-133
C. 44 Code of Federal Regulations, 204
D. 44 Code of Federal Regulations, 13

All of the following are eligible costs under the Fire Management Assistance Grant, except:
A. Equipment and supplies
B. Limited pre-positioning costs approved by the Regional Administrator
C. Labor costs
D. Permanent repair or replacement of damage caused by firefighting activities

Which of the following costs are generally eligible for the Fire Management Assistance Grant?
A. Costs for essential mitigation, management, and control performed during the incident period of a declared fire
B. Costs related to planning, pre-suppression, recovery, and mitigation of possible future damage related to the burn area of the declared fire
C. Time and costs expended by volunteer labor, which by nature is offered on a donated basis and is not bound by contract or employment terms
D. Costs for the straight or regular-time salaries and benefits of permanently employed or reassigned personnel of an Applicant

Which evaluation criterion does the Regional Administrator use to review the Request for Fire Management Assistance Declaration and its potential major economic impacts at the Regional, State or Territory, and local level?
A. Evaluation criterion one
B. Evaluation criterion four
C. Evaluation criterion two
D. Evaluation criterion three

Which of the following is a fire-fighting activity included in Category H?
A. Police barricading and traffic control
B. Evaluation of hazard mitigation measures
C. Use of supplies and equipment for fire suppression
D. Evacuations and sheltering

Which of the following evaluates the declaration request and makes a determination to approve or deny the request?
A. Federal Principal Advisor
B. Region’s Recovery Director
C. Regional Administrator
D. FEMA Regional Fire Duty Liaison

Which of the following best describes Fire Management Assistance Grants?
A. Provides supplemental federal disaster grant assistance for debris removal, life-saving emergency protective measures, and the repair, replacement, or restoration of disaster-damaged facilities
B. Primary method of assistance in reimbursing supplies, equipment, and personnel, to any State, Local, Tribal, or Territorial government for the control of any declared fire on public forest land or grassland
C. Primary method for providing financial assistance to State governments for any disaster damage during a major disaster
D. Assistance in reimbursing equipment, supplies, and personnel, to any State, Local, Tribal, or Territorial government for the mitigation, management, and control of any declared fire on public or private forest land or grassland that threaten such destruction as would constitute a major disaster

What is the established cost share structure for the Fire Management Assistance Grant Program that all eligible costs are subject to?
A. 25 percent Federal, 75 percent non-Federal
B. 40 percent Federal, 60 percent non-Federal
C. 60 percent Federal, 40 percent non-Federal
D. 75 percent Federal, 25 percent non-Federal

Which of the following is a post-declaration action in the Fire Management Assistance declaration process?
A. Determination of the incident period
B. The incident
C. FEMA review of the request for declaration
D. Determination of qualifying fires in a fire complex

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