Definition of federal coordinating officer

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federal coordinating officer

'federal coordinating officer' is an military term meaning '(DOD) The federal officer who is appointed to manage Federal resource support activities related to Stafford Act disasters and emergencies. The federal coordinating officer is responsible for coordinating the timely delivery of federal disaster assistance resources and programs to the affected state and local governments, individual victims, and the private sector. Also called FCO'.

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