Safety's Mantra: Spend Wisely

Kerben, Jason
January 2002
Wireless Week;1/7/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p3
Trade Publication
Deals with the growing priority of government agencies in the U.S. on public safety communications and emergency response systems following the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Public safety issues that have been identified for immediate reassessment; Purpose of the deal signed by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission with the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation; Recommendations.


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