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New NG 911 Committee Forms

The NG911 Committee will recommend to the Statewide Emergency Communications Board:

  • uniform 911 network design​ characteristics
  • policies
  • procedures based on best practices and industry standards
This will ensure Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) interoperability across the state through the use of open architecture and the implementation of a coordinated statewide NG911 plan. The NG911 Committee will plan the migration to, utilization of and the continued operation and maintenance for the statewide, interoperable next generation 911 system. Check here for more information on the committee and to see a roster of the members.

Four states used 911 funds for other purposes in 2012

​ This article appeared in the TR State Newswire for Friday, 24 January 2014.   NATIONAL -- Four states used 911 funds for other purposes in 2012
Four states said they used at least some of the 911 fees and charges that were collected in 2012 for non-911 purposes, down from six states the previous year, according to a report released by the FCC today.
The report, the fifth such annual document to Congress mandated by the New and Emerging Technologies 911 Improvement Act of 2008 (NET 911 Act), details responses the Commission received from states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico concerning how 911 funds were spent in the 2012 calendar year. Read full article