FIRESCOPEFirefighting Resources of California Organized for Potential
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Forest Service, which had been one of the original FIRESCOPE participants and played a major role in the development of ICS.
As a result, in 1993, California enacted legislation establishing the Standardized Emergency Management System and mandating the use of FIRESCOPE (NIIMS) ICS for disaster management.
In truth, the organizational charts of some examples resemble the original FIRESCOPE model in title alone.
(1.) FIRESCOPE (Fire Fighting Resources of California Organized for Potential Emergencies) is a cooperative effort involving all agencies with fire fighting responsibilities in California; available from; accessed June 27, 2000.