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At the federal level, since 2001, Congress has provided $158
million for various NG911 pilot projects-which has been
welcome support-but it's an average of just $3 million per state
spread over 15 years. During the same period, Congress has
rightly supported the needs of field responders by appropriating
more than $7 billion for the development of advanced radio
networks and services.

ENGAGE

THANK YOU FOR
A GREAT 2016

A better funding model would provide predictable, adequate
funding for NG911 from a mix of state and federal sources for
both capital and operating expenditures, allowing for strong
performance day‑to‑day and continuous improvement long‑term.

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The good news is that the technology and standards to make
NG911 a reality are available today. Leaders of public safety,
industry and government have been working for years on the
details of the transition and have set a goal of full nationwide
deployment by the end of 2020.
Getting there will require greater commitment and
leadership at all levels of government. But getting there will
bring our emergency infrastructure into the 21st century, to the
relief of more than 650,000 callers every day. ●
For more information on gaps in the current system and
recommended solutions, visit NG911Now.org.

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of The Call - Winter 2016

President’s Message
From the CEO
Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail: The Gatlinburg Fires
Government Affairs
10 Best Practices to Improve Your 9-1-1 Quality Assurance Program
Tech Trends
NENA Helps Bring Disability Awareness Training to the Forefront
Operations
Educational and Operational Issues
Public Safety Product and Service Buyer’s Guide
Index to Advertisers/Advertisers.com
The Call - Winter 2016 - cover1
The Call - Winter 2016 - cover2
The Call - Winter 2016 - 3
The Call - Winter 2016 - 4
The Call - Winter 2016 - 5
The Call - Winter 2016 - 6
The Call - Winter 2016 - 7
The Call - Winter 2016 - President’s Message
The Call - Winter 2016 - From the CEO
The Call - Winter 2016 - Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail: The Gatlinburg Fires
The Call - Winter 2016 - 11
The Call - Winter 2016 - 12
The Call - Winter 2016 - Government Affairs
The Call - Winter 2016 - 10 Best Practices to Improve Your 9-1-1 Quality Assurance Program
The Call - Winter 2016 - 15
The Call - Winter 2016 - 16
The Call - Winter 2016 - 17
The Call - Winter 2016 - 18
The Call - Winter 2016 - Tech Trends
The Call - Winter 2016 - NENA Helps Bring Disability Awareness Training to the Forefront
The Call - Winter 2016 - 21
The Call - Winter 2016 - 22
The Call - Winter 2016 - Operations
The Call - Winter 2016 - Educational and Operational Issues
The Call - Winter 2016 - 25
The Call - Winter 2016 - Public Safety Product and Service Buyer’s Guide
The Call - Winter 2016 - 27
The Call - Winter 2016 - 28
The Call - Winter 2016 - 29
The Call - Winter 2016 - 30
The Call - Winter 2016 - 31
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The Call - Winter 2016 - 33
The Call - Winter 2016 - Index to Advertisers/Advertisers.com
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