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Sound off for first responders

The FCC makes way for the future of interoperability.

Tags: technology , TANDBERG Interoperability Center , Telecommunications , Air Force ,

Friday - 01/29/2010, 04:46pm EST

9/7/09 - Steps have been taken

Steps have been taken, but more needs to be done. That's the findings of a new report about emergency coordination between agencies. The Government Accountability Office says the two organizations responsible for assisting first responders. Homeland Security and the FCC have not established a common vision for an inter-operable public safety policy. The report calls for better alignment between the FCC's interoperable network and Homeland Security's National Emergency Communications Plan.

Tags: technology , Interoperability Report , GAO ,

Friday - 09/11/2009, 01:05pm EDT

Interoperability may take an act of Congress

Public safety officials are asking for room on the airwaves for a dedicated wireless broadband network for first responders.

Tags: technology , TANDBERG Interoperability Center , Congress ,

Friday - 01/15/2010, 04:55pm EST

Federal Communications Commission

Andrew Martin
May 21, 2009

Tags: technology , Ask the CIO , Andrew Martin , Jason Miller

Tuesday - 05/19/2009, 01:51pm EDT

Turf wars biggest challenge for CTO

CRS report highlights potential overlap across government

Tags: tech , mngt , President Barack Obama , Vivek Kundra , Peter Orszag , OMB , White House , DHS , National Security Council , NSC , John Seely Brown , Xerox , CTO , e-government , cybersecurity

Monday - 02/09/2009, 07:08am EST

Broadband plan will bring big money for contractors

The new plan seems to be saying Depression-era programs that subsidize rural telephone provision should be redirected to developing broadband access, according to a former undersecretary of Commerce.

Tags: contracting , mngt , broadband plan , Commerce , Ev Ehrlich

Friday - 03/19/2010, 11:30am EDT

FCC's plan narrows focus on broadband

More corners of the country would have high-speed Internet access and existing connections would become much faster under a sweeping proposal to overhaul U.S. broadband policy that is being unveiled Tuesday.

Tags: mngt , technology , broadband plan , Blair Levin

Tuesday - 03/16/2010, 10:39am EDT
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