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Viewing Strategic Objectives

All WFDSS users can view Strategic Objectives in two ways:

To view Strategic Objectives from a map display:

  1. Determine which map display you want to view Strategic Objectives from and then do one of the following:
    • From the Intelligence Map: Choose the Intelligence tab. The Intelligence Map appears.
    • From the Incident List: Select the incident > click Assess Situation. The Situation Assessment map appears for the selected incident.
    • For a specific analysis: From the Analysis List > select the analysis > click View Information > choose View Landscape or Analysis map. You must have already created the landscape for the analysis to use the View Landscape option.
  2. Use the I Icon Information icon to select an area on the map.
  3. On the Info sub-tab, choose a radius of 25 miles or less. The radius determines how large of an area is queried and which administrative units and their associated Strategic Objectives will be included in the query.
  4. Click Strategic Objectives. Wait a few moments, and then the list of Strategic Objectives appears for the area selected.

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To view Strategic Objectives from the Data Management tab:

  1. Click the Data Management tab.
  2. From the Objectives sub-tab, select the Geographic Area > Agency > Unit that you would like to view Strategic Objectives for. Once selected, the unit's name is highlighted blue.
  3. The strategic objectives and management requirements for the selected unit will display in a list at the bottom of the page.

Note: The Strategic Objectives and Management Requirements for a unit must be loaded into Training and Production separately. A unit that has its data uploaded into Production may not have uploaded it into Training.

In This Section

Data Management Overview

To view Strategic Objectives from a map display

See Also

Fire Management Unit (FMU) or Strategic Objective (SO) Codes

Strategic Objectives and Management Requirements

Unit Fire Planning Map Layers

Entering Strategic Objectives and Management Requirements

Filtering FMU or SO Codes

Setting up FMU or SO Codes

Activating an FMU or SO Code

Editing FMU or SO Codes

Deactivating an FMU or SO Code

Deleting FMU or SO Codes

Viewing Data Management Change History

Data Management Filters

Managing Data Management Notes

Exporting, Importing, or Deleting Planning Processes


Field Descriptions

Glossary Resources

Spatial Data Reference

Landscape Data Source Reference

Relative Risk Reference

Organization Assessment Reference

Fire Behavior Reference

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