The study guide to FEMA IS 215 Unified Federal Review Advisor Training, An Overview of the UFR Process. Correct course notes and FEMA IS 215 Answers.
This course is designed to teach environmental and historic preservation (EHP) Practitioners about the Unified Federal Review Process in order to improve interagency coordination and conduct more efficient and effective EHP reviews for disaster recovery projects.
By the end of this course you should be able to:
- Describe the UFR Process and how it supports interagency coordination for EHP reviews during disaster recovery.
- Describe the UFR Advisor role in the UFR Process and its relationship to other disaster recovery positions.
- Explain what Tools and Mechanisms are available to implement the UFR Process.
- Explain when and how to use Tools and Mechanisms to implement the UFR Process during disaster recovery.
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Example Questions(FEMA IS 215 Answers)
The Disaster-Specific MOU does not address which of the following?
A. Consultation timelines
B. Changing EHP requirements
C. Agency roles and responsibilities
D. Meeting coordination
The UFR Memorandum of Understanding does not include:
A. Definitions for terms used in conjunction with the UFR Process to provide a common understanding
B. Changes to EHP requirements
C. Authorities of the agencies involved to enter into the UFR Process
D. Issue elevation procedures
The UFR Advisor will engage with:
A. National UFR Coordinator
B. FEMA REOs
C. EHP Advisor
D. All of the above
Which is not a true statement about the NDRF:
A. The NDRF provides recovery support to disaster-impacted tribes, states, and local jurisdictions
B. Six Recovery Support Functions (RSFs) support the NDRF and can be activated, as needed
C. The NDRF establishes roles and responsibilities of recovery coordinators and other stakeholders
D. The UFR Process does not integrate with the NRDF and must be implemented separately
The UFR Memorandum of Understanding establishes:
A. Roles of federal agencies to the UFR Process
B. Responsibilities of federal agencies to the UFR Process
C. Commitments of federal agencies to the UFR Process
D. All of the above