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The Homeland Security Geospatial Concept of Operations aims to present the four fundamental values of the GeoCONOPS from multiple perspectives, including technical, policy, doctrine, and professional.
The “GeoCONOPS In-Depth” module highlights the relevance of GeoCONOPS to federal policy and doctrine for emergency management, specifically the National Preparedness Directive and the National Incident Management System.
The primary audience for this module is geospatial technical personnel supporting operations centers at state and local government and DHS regional offices.
IS-61.B: The Homeland Security Geospatial Concept-of-Operations (GeoCONOPS) In Depth Answers
|Which part of the mission life cycle is the period of greatest uncertainty due to the lack of accurate information from the field and a large number of questions and requests for information?||Response|
|Is this statement true or false? The GeoCONOPS provides formal guidance for the conduct of geospatial support.||TRUE|
|What does the GeoCONOPS enable users to do?||All of the above|
|Which part of the mission lifecycle implies a state of readiness to minimize the impacts of a disastrous event on life and property?||Prevention|
|In addition to its inclusion in the PPD-8, the GeoCONOPS has been carefully aligned to which federal doctrine?||All of the above|
|Why is a GeoCONOPS needed?||To make available geospatial information and capabilities that strengthen national security and resilience|
|The GeoCONOPS has been adopted into federal doctrine through its inclusion in which document?||National Preparedness Goal (PPD-8)|
|Is this statement true or false? The GeoCONOPS facilitates geospatial resource sharing and promotes best practices.||TRUE|
|How does the GeoCONOPS’ alignment to federal doctrine benefit the geospatial community?||All of the above|
|Is this statement true or false? The GeoCONOPS’ alignment with federal doctrine causes duplication of effort in the geospatial community.||FALSE|
|Which part of the mission life cycle is vital to the prevention of reoccurring and foreseen losses as a result of natural and man-made disaster events?||Mitigation|
|Which part of the mission lifecycle addresses capabilities to safeguard against acts of terrorism and man-made or natural?||Protection|