Acquiring, Storing, And Inventorying Resources Are Part Of Which Nims Management Characteristic?

Acquiring, storing, and inventorying resources are part of NIMS’s Comprehensive Resource Management characteristic.

Comprehensive Resource Management ensures that all resources related to an incident are systematically managed. This includes identifying what resources are needed, obtaining them, keeping track of them, and ensuring they are used effectively.

For instance, during a hurricane, the Comprehensive Resource Management characteristic would ensure that emergency supplies, such as water, food, and medical equipment, are acquired, stored in accessible locations, and distributed efficiently to affected areas.