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Oregon SIEC Recommendations
2006
OWIN Finance Strategy
Adopted April 11, 2006
 
On April 11, 2006 the SIEC adopted a report on OWIN Finance proposal by the SIEC Finance Committee.  The PDF document below is a compilation of several primary and attachment documents approved by the SIEC.

The OWIN Finance Strategy includes the following documents:
  • SIEC Finance Committee Reports and Recommendations, memorandum from John Koreski, Chair SIEC Finance Committee to Jeff Johnson, Chair SIEC, February 9, 2006, page 1.
  • Finance Committee Report on Public Safety Communications System Finance Strategy, memorandum from the SIEC Finance Committee to the SIEC, January 31, 2006, pages 2-6.
    • Attachment chart, Oregon Wireless Interoperability Network Finance Strategy, pages 7-8.
  • Finance Committee Report on Public Safety Communications System Finance Timeline, memorandum from the SIEC Finance Committee to the SIEC, January 31, 2006, page 9.
    • Attachment, Timeline, page 10.
  • Attachment, Oregon Wireless Interoperability network: Microwave & Radio System, Financing debt service spreadsheets at $500 million and $250 million and estimated Emergency Communication Interoperability fee on phone services to retire debt, prepared by Budget and Management Capital Investments Sections, Department of Administrative Services, February 2006, pages 11-12.
  • Attachment, letter from Governor Theodore R. Kulongoski to the Honorable Ron Wyden (individual letters sent to entire Oregon Congressional Delegation), request for federal financing of state communications system, January 4, 2006, pages 13-15.

2004
Guide for Short-Term Interoperability
Adopted November 17, 2004
 
The Oregon SIEC assembled this Guide for Short-Term Interoperability (pdf) to assist non-technical, everyday public safety personnel in achieving simple, short-term interoperability solutions to enhance day-to-day operations that afford preparation for major multi-jurisdictional events. These short-term efforts are leading to longer term and much more comprehensive solutions to wireless interoperability for public safety agencies throughout the entire State of Oregon.

Short-Term Recommendations for Interoperability
Revised and Adopted September 7, 2004
 
The Oregon SIEC recognizes that these Short-term Recommendations for Interoperability (pdf)  are only intended to start the journey toward universal public safety wireless communications interoperability for all of Oregon’s public safety agencies. SIEC’s adoption of the standards listed in this plan is a recommendation to facilitate interoperability and there is no intent or action of the SIEC to mandate such use. SIEC and the State of Oregon encourage Oregon’s public safety agencies to develop interoperable communications systems that encompass all of the elements of public safety.