The Incident Business Committee (IBC) provides national leadership in all areas of wildland fire and non-fire incident business management. The IBC establishes and promulgates incident business management practices for wildland fire and non-fire emergency responses.
- Establish and disseminate interagency incident business management procedures.
- Establish incident business management procedures for uniform application of human resource management regulations; acquisition of equipment and supplies; management of property; financial coordination and maintenance of financial records; sharing resources among federal, state, and local agencies, and the military; documentation of costs and cost management practices; administrative processes for all-hazard incidents.
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S-260 Online Objectives & Module Information
- S-260 Delivery Guidance Memo
- S-260 Online Learning Objectives
- Module 0: Introduction
- Module 1: Ethics & Conduct
- Module 2: Casuals
- Module 3: Pay Provisions
- Module 4: Commissary
- Module 5: Comp For Injury
- Module 6: Travel
- Module 7: Acquisitions
- Module 8: Property Management
- Module 9: Cooperative Agreements
- Module 10: Claims
- Module 11: Cost Accounting
- Module 12: All-Hazards