The capacity for emergency management and response personnel to interact and work well together describes which of the key communications and information systems principle

The capacity for emergency management and response personnel to interact and work well together describes which of the key communications and information systems principle

A. Interoperability

B. Security

C. Reliability, Scalability and Portability

D. Resilience and Redundancy

Answer

A. Interoperability

The capacity for emergency management and response personnel to interact and work well together describes “interoperability”-  one of the communications and information systems principle.

Explanation

Interoperability is the capacity for emergency management and response personnel to interact and work well together. Interoperable communications systems enable personnel and organizations to communicate within and across jurisdictions and organizations.