Overview: The FEMA IS-1022 course was published on 2/28/2019 to provide an overview of the Public Assistance project eligibility of Category E.
By the end of the IS-1022 course, State, Local, Indian Tribal, and Territorial Applicants and Recipients will be able to explain eligibility requirements regarding buildings, contents, vehicles, and equipment.
FEMA IS-1022 test answers
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Question 1. Which of the following is an eligible activity associated with the recovery of files?
A. Deciphering photocopies of damaged hard copies
B. Establishing new information databases
C. Scanning re-established hard copy files into computers to create digital files
D. Stabilizing the damaged hard copies✅
Question 2. Which questionnaire does the Program Delivery Manager use to input the Applicant’s answers and generate a list of required documentation in the Grants Portal?
A. PNP Facility Questionnaire
B. EHP Exploratory Call Questionnaire
C. PDA Questionnaire
D. Essential Elements of Information Questionnaire✅
Question 3. Which of the following is considered eligible Category E work?
A. Repairing damaged equipment and supplies with the same number of equivalent items✅
B. Replacement of special library collections
C. Manually entering data that was lost in damaged computers
D. Costs to remove signs of pre-disaster aging from a painting
Question 4. If the project involves multiple locations and they are listed separately in the _______, FEMA will itemize each location within the same Project.
A. Site Sheets
B. EHP Damage Survey
C. PDA Questionnaire
D. Damage Inventory✅
Question 5. Identification of disaster-related damages is the responsibility of the:
B. Program Delivery Manager
Question 6. Which of the following statements related to the Public Assistance insurance requirement is true?
A. The Applicant may request that FEMA modify the insurance requirement when the required insurance is not reasonably available✅
B. FEMA requires greater types and amount of insurance than is certified as reasonably available
C. The State Insurance Commissioner cannot certify the types and extent of insurance as reasonably available
D. The State Insurance Commissioner can waive the Federal insurance requirements
Question 7. All of the following are considered information to support a change in scope of work due to hidden damages, except:
A. Documentation substantiating the damage related to the declared incident
B. Photographs documenting damage
C. Change orders
D. Drawing of the damage✅
Question 8. All of the following are examples of documentation that is needed to support the legal responsibility of the facility, except:
C. Lease Agreements
Question 9. Where can the Damage Inventory template be found in Grants Portal for download as a spreadsheet?
A. “Damage Details” page
B. “Event PA Requests” page✅
C. “My Workflows” page
D. “My Organization Profile” page
Question 10. An Applicant has an uninsured facility that was damaged by a flood. A flood also damaged this same facility a year prior and the Applicant was told the required insurance that they would need to obtain and maintain at that time. What happens to the facility in terms of Public Assistance?
A. The facility is eligible for Public Assistance funding, but FEMA reduces the funding by the amount of insurance required from the previous disaster
B. The facility is eligible for Public Assistance funding
C. The facility is not initially eligible for Public Assistance funding unless the Applicant gains insurance 60 days from the time of the incident
D. The facility is not eligible for Public Assistance funding, regardless of the hazard✅
Question 11. Which of the following is an example of post-disaster documentation?
A. Maintenance records
B. Ownership titles
C. Organization policies
D. Engineering evaluations✅
Question 12. All of the following are Environmental and Historic Preservation laws, regulations, and Executive Orders that commonly apply to buildings, vehicles, and equipment, except:
A. Endangered Species Act
B. National Environmental Policy Act
C. Executive Order 11990
D. Clean Water Act✅