FEMA G0289: PIO Awareness course-30d

You chose D. Deliberate Planning.

That is the correct answer.

There are two fundamental types of emergency planning:

Deliberate planning, which is done under non-emergency conditions and includes general procedures for future threats. Examples include the National Response Framework (NRF) and state emergency operations plans.

Incident planning, which is all planning associated with a particular incident that is impending or has occurred, such as the Incident Action Plan for a given event or the strategic communications plan that incorporates the Functional Plans for that event.

(Module-4 / Slide-6)

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