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IQCS is an interagency information system that tracks responder incident qualifications for the federal partners of the National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG), the Department of Interior (DOI) bureaus and the United States Air Force.
Due to the lapse in government funding for Fiscal Year 2019, the IQCS website will not be updated until further notice. Learn more.