[12 Test Answers] FEMA IS-1027: Fire Management Assistance Grants (FMAG)

Here are the FEMA test answers to IS-1027: Fire Management Assistance Grants (FMAG).

Overview: The FEMA IS-1027 course was published on 2/28/2019 to provide an overview of Fire Management Assistance Grant eligibility.

By the end of the IS-1027 course, State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial prospective applicants and recipients will be able to understand all aspects of the Fire Management Assistance Grant Program.

FEMA IS-1027 test answers

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1. Which of the following is a pre-incident action in the Fire Management Assistance declaration process? 
A. State or Territory request for declaration
B. FEMA review of the request
C. Submission of the FEMA-State/Tribal/Territorial Agreement
D. Modification of a request to add counties

2. Which of the following is responsible for submitting a request for a written or expedited declaration? 
A. Federal Principal Advisor
B. FEMA Regional Administrator
C. Governor or Governor’s Authorized Representative
D. FEMA Regional Fire Duty Liaison

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

4. The FEMA-State/Tribal/Territorial Agreement is in effect for: 
A. Four calendar years
B. One calendar year
C. Three calendar years
D. Two calendar years

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

6. 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-133
B. Office of Management and Budget Circular A-87
C. 44 Code of Federal Regulations, 13
D. 44 Code of Federal Regulations, 204

7. Which of the following is true about projects that are reviewed by the Recipient? 
A. Projects that cannot be submitted within six months of the close of the incident period are not granted an extension
B. All documentation pertaining to a project must be filed separately from its corresponding project
C. Project must be greater than $1,000 to be eligible under the Fire Management Assistance Grant Program
D. Project cannot report duplication of benefits if they come from other Federal agencies

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

9. Which of the following costs are generally ineligible for the Fire Management Assistance Grant? 
A. The temporary relocation of existing fire prevention or suppression resources from an area of low fire danger to one of higher fire danger in anticipation of an increase in fire activity likely to constitute the threat of a major disaster
B. Minimal temporary repairs to bulldozer lines, field camps, and staging areas to address safety concerns
C. Costs for mitigation, management, and control of a declared fire on commingled Federal land when such costs are reimbursable to the State by a Federal agency under another statute
D. Costs for mobilizing and demobilizing resources to and from a declared fire

10. 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 levels? 
A. Evaluation criterion four
B. Evaluation criterion one
C. Evaluation criterion three
D. Evaluation criterion two

11. Which of the following is true of Fire Management Assistance Grants? 
A. Applicants can apply for these grants without a Fire Management Assistance Declaration
B. The categories of work are linked to firefighting activities
C. The Public Assistance cadre only provides these grants when an Emergency or Major Disaster Declaration occurs
D. Fire Management Assistance Grants have the same requirements as the Public Assistance Grants

12. Which of the following is an Emergency Protective Measure included in Category B? 
A. Search and rescue operations
B. Collection, copying, filing, or submittal of documents to support the claim
C. Use of supplies and equipment for fire suppression
D. Pre-positioning resources