Study Looks at How Oklahoma Pays for 9-1-1 Service, Effects of Cellphones

The committee is studying the 9-1-1 program, its efficiency and whether fees should be uniform across the state, among other issues.

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Minneapolis 9-1-1 Improvements in the Works

Minneapolis will add four dispatchers and new call processing software.

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Weber Area 9-1-1 to Host a Spillman System for Multi-County Data Sharing

After a competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) process, the Weber Area Dispatch 911 and Emergency Services District (Weber Area 911) in Utah has chosen Spillman Technologies for their Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD), Records Management System (RMS), Jail Management Systems and mobile software.

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SunGard Public Sector and Socrata Announce Strategic Engagement

Socrata’s Open Data Solutions Are Now Available to SunGard Public Sector’s Customers in Local Governments and Public Safety and Justice Agencies

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Zetron’s New Program Helps Public Safety Agencies Finance Equipment

Zetron’s recent partnership with Government Capital Corporation gives public safety agencies an affordable and flexible way to purchase new equipment.

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Get Your Nominations Ready for the PSAP Awards

Please take the time to nominate your colleagues for the recognition they deserve.

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National Cyber Security Awareness Month 2014: Guidance for Public Safety Communications Professionals

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month and is intended to remind everyone to be vigilant and safeguard their networks and the information passed over their networks.  APCO has put out a white paper to provide information for public safety communications professionals on the ongoing threats to their networks and recommends ways to prevent, mitigate, […]

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