Interoperability center 'needs work.'

April 2010
Urgent Communications;Apr2010, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p8
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The article discusses how Public Safety Spectrum Trust (PSST) will work with emergency response interoperability center (ERIC) on public-safety broadcast communications. It details the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposal that ERIC be housed in FCC's public-safety and homeland security bureau (PSHSB). The article also mentions that ERIC needs to have access to adequate funding, to be involved in establishing public-safety requirements for broadband technologies and to be a clearing house for best practices for first-responder agencies.


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