National 911 Resource Center
The National 911 Program provides the 911 community a collection of documents, web site links and other resources through the 911.gov Resource Center.
The National 911 Resource Center (NRC) contains a variety of technical, operational and policy information that has been reviewed and approved by a panel of 911 experts, referred to as the Content Oversight Panel (COP). These vetted resources address topics including emerging emergency communications technologies, wireless deployment, E911 location accuracy, cybersecurity, First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet), Next Generation 911 (NG911), governance, 911 legislation.
Review the featured documents, find resources by entering keywords, or selecting a category below.
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What is the appropriate governance model for Next Generation 911? Because 911 is integral to the nation's communications infrastructure, technological advances and market liberalization, coupled with the evolving role of federal, state and local...
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"For nearly a decade, Congress and successive Administrations have worked to improve emergency communications across the nation. Although the issue of interoperable communications for first responders has drawn the most attention, there have also...
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This report explains how the President's Wireless Innovation and Infrastructure Initiative can facilitate the transition away from the traditional, fragmented world of public safety communications to a next generation system. It begins by providing the...
- ALI and MSAG
- Assessment / Evaluation
- CAD System
- Cyber Security
- Education and Training
- Enhanced 911
- GIS System and Data Management
- Interagency Agreements
- IP Network
- Media Affairs
- Next Generation 911
- Operational Policy and Procedures
- Other PSAP Equipment