Interoperable Communications in Oregon
|2013 SCIP Update|
Scheduled for April 2 and 3, 2013 | DPSST, room TBD | 8:30a - 4:00p
Draft agenda for the 2013 workshop
|What is the SCIP?|
The Oregon Statewide Communications Interoperability Plan (SCIP) serves as the reference and roadmap for stakeholders regarding public safety wireless voice and data interoperability in our state. It is a living document, and as such, reflects past progress, the timeliness of our strategic goals and initiatives, and projects future issues and needs critical to the delivery of public safety services. The document was originally adopted on November 28, 2003.
Oregon Statewide Communications Interoperability Plan, 2008
Oregon Statewide Communications Interoperability Plan, 2007
|SCIP Strategic Goals & Objectives|
|Goal 1: Create a common understanding of communications interoperability throughout Oregon. |
Goal 2: Adopt common language, coordinated protocols and standards statewide.
- Objective 1.1: Identify state and federal legal requirements for public safety interoperability (current resources, best practices, future technologies, industry developments, needs of public safety, etc.).
- Objective 1.2: Improve stakeholder understanding of public safety wireless communications and related interoperability initiatives, efforts and requirements.
- Objective 1.3: Provide leadership.
Goal 3: Integrate existing and future interoperable communications systems.
- Objective 2.1: Coordinate statewide policy formulation by local, county, tribal, private, state and federal authorities and elected leaders.
- Objective 2.1: Establish priority protocols for the use of statewide, regional and local system assets.
- Objective 2.3: Establish core objectives on interoperable communications for use in local training and exercises.
- Objective 3.1: Identify and meet the needs of local jurisdictions during significant/widespread integration of State Radio Project and other resources into local and regional operations.
- Objective 3.2: Manage the statewide interoperability network through the integration of research and orderly transition to advanced technologies.
- Objective 3.3: Establish a disaster recovery plan for interoperable communications.
- Objective 3.4: Maximize efficient use and sharing of public safety spectrum and resources.
|Details the following elements of the Statewide Communications Interoperability Plan: |
- Mission and Vision;
- Standard Operating Procedures;
- Training and Exercises; and
Read the current Oregon SCIP Implementation Report dated October 2012.
Oregon SCIP Implementation Report, 2010
Oregon SCIP Implementation Report, 2009
Oregon SCIP Implementation Report, 2008
|Tactical Interoperability Communications Plans (TICP)|
|Sample Intergovernmental Agreement |