The study guide to FEMA IS 842.B NEMIS HMGP System Enter the HMGP Application. Contains the fema is 842 answers and course notes
Course OverviewThe NEIMS HMGP System: Enter the HMGP Application course provides NEMIS HMGP users with the basic information they need to enter HMGP applications in the system, review application information, and verify and submit HMGP applications to FEMA.
- Create and manage project amendments
- Create and submit allocations, obligations, deobligations and deallocations
The cost estimate can be entered directly into NEMIS HMGP, or imported from a spreadsheet. Which of the following statements is true about importing a cost estimate spreadsheet?
A. Pull-down menus are not allowed in cost estimate spreadsheets.
B. User-designed spreadsheets will not be able to be imported with NEMIS HMGP. Only the HMA-approved template will load correctly into the system.
C. User-designed spreadsheets can be used to import the cost estimate as long as it has the same fields as the template.
D. Users can enter cost estimate amounts up to two decimal spaces.
If you are editing a project application that has been submitted to FEMA, but that does not have an Eligibility Determination yet, you must:
A. Obtain approval from the Federal Coordinating Officer.
B. Alert the FEMA Reviewer to the changes because the project may be in the review process.
C. Alert the Regional Administrator so he/she can contact the recipient.
D. Obtain approval from the Governor’s Authorized Representative.
Which of the following conditions must be met before you can copy an un-submitted project from one disaster to a more recent disaster?
A. The project that is to be copied must not be obligated.
B. The project that is to be copied must have a status of Closed.
C. The project that is to be copied must have a cost estimate of at least $250,000.
D. The project that is to be copied cannot be for the same recipient state or tribe.
Which module of NEMIS is the HMGP system?
A. Emergency Support
D. Preliminary Damage Assessment
Entering accurate cost estimate information is crucial to application development. Cost Estimate information includes:
A. item name; item cost; supplier’s name; funding source
B. item name; unit quantity; unit of measure; funding source
C. item name; unit quantity; unit cost; cost estimate source
D. item name; unit quantity; unit of measure; unit cost
Fill in the blank: If you wish to withdraw or void an application in NEMIS HMGP, the application should first be (blank) to balance the budget for that type of project.
The following Problem and Risk Data attachments must be included in the project application before FEMA can approve the application:
A. Problem Description; Decision Making Process; Risk and Cost Effectiveness Data.
B. Problem Description; Decision Making Process; Financial Statements.
C. Problem Description; Risk and Cost Effectiveness Data; Proof of Insurance.
D. Problem Description; Alternatives; Proof of Insurance.
How do you know that a project has been zeroed-out?
A. The Allocations tab for the project is $0
B. The Schedule tab for the project is empty
C. The Obligations tab for the project is $0
D. The Cost Review tab for the project is $0