Multi-agency coordination

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Multi-agency coordination (or MAC) is a generalized term which describes the functions and activities of representatives of involved agencies and/or jurisdictions who come together to make decisions regarding the prioritizing of incidents, and the sharing and use of critical resources. The MAC organization is not a part of an on-scene incident command system and is not involved in developing incident strategy or tactics.

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