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Statewide Interoperability Coordinator

  

Contact the Statewide Interoperability Coordinator

Steve Noel

P: 503-378-5513 | E: Steve.Noel@oregon.gov

Broadband

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Materials

"Oregon Public Safety Broadband Network Planning for FirstNet" | December 2012 | SAIC, Inc. | 102 Pages

"Oregon Public Safety Broadband Network Planning for FirstNet, PowerPoint Presentation" | February 2013 | SAIC, Inc. | 40 Pages

"OPSBN Planning for FirstNet, Executive Summary" | December 2012 | SAIC, Inc. | 4 Pages

"Review of Public Safety Wireless Data Usage, State of Oregon, Portland Metro Area" | June 2012 | U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security, Office of Emergency Communications | 57 Pages

"Preparing for Public Safety Broadband" | June 2012 | National Governors Association | 9 Pages

"Steps to Prepare for Public Safety Broadband" | June 2012 | National Governors Association | 4 pages

 

National Emergency Communications Plan (NECP)

U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security NECP was developed by the Office of Emergency Communications "to serve as the nation's first strategic plan for emergency communications guidance. The NECP outlines three strategic goals for emergency response situations. All three goals focus on response-level communications and provide set standards for emergency response personnel to achieve by certain dates."

Goal One

By 2010, 90 percent of all high-risk urban areas designated within the Urban Areas Securities Initiative (UASI) are able to demonstrate response-level emergency communications within one hour for routine events involving multiple jurisdictions and agencies.

"National Emergency Communications Plan: Urban Area Communications Key Findings and Recommendations" | 2011 | U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security, Office of Emergency Communications | 21 Pages

Goal Two

By 2011, 75 percent of non-UASI jurisdictions are able to demonstrate response-level emergency communications within one hour for routine events involving multiple jurisdictions and agencies.

"National Emergency Communications Plan Goal 2 Guidelines" | 2011 | U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security, Office of Emergency Communications | 1 Page

"NECP Goal 2 Analysis for the State of Oregon" | March 2012 | U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security, Office of Emergency Communications | 64 Pages

Goal Three

By 2013, 75 percent of all jurisdictions are able to demonstrate response-level emergency communications within three hours, in the event of a significant event as outlined in national planning scenarios.