A. FEMA’s focal point for national resource coordination.
B. Composed of senior officials, such as agency administrators, executives, or their designees, who are authorized to represent or commit agency resources and funds in support of incident activities.
C. The central location from which off-scene activities supported by the state or tribal government are coordinated.
D. A coordination center that expands to become an interagency facility in anticipation of a serious incident or immediately following