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Join this webinar for a conversation about the pros, cons and alternatives of a national address database system, the assistance available for counties who do not have electronic address data, and the findings from the National Address Database Summit. Also learn about the preparation for NG911 deployment and two-year GIS effort in the National Capital Region, and the data challenges and governance considerations for regional implementation.
Steve Lewis, Chief Geospatial Information Officer, Department of Transportation
Thomas Conry, Fairfax County VA GIS Manager
Judy Lamey-Doldorf, GIS’s Office Public Safety Lead
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FirstNet Outreach Efforts and NG911 Deployment in Tennessee
FirstNet shares their current outreach efforts to the public safety community and a variety of tools and data expected to be available in a fully integrated FirstNet and NG911 system, which will help improve public safety communication nationwide. Learn about the development of NG911 in Tennessee and the state’s development of a GIS standard and a statewide ALI database.
Bill Hinkle, Senior 911 Advisor, First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet)
Curtis Sutton, Executive Director, Tennessee Emergency Communications Board
Federal Railroad Administration Updates & Washington State ESInet Efforts
Join this webinar to learn about the important numbers 911 dispatchers and the public should know if they encounter a railroad-related accident, as well as new data resources and a rail crossing app developed by the Federal Railroad Administration.
Michail Grizkewitsch, Highway-Rail and Trespassing Safety, Federal Railroad Administration
Raquel Hunt, Office of Policy and Planning, Federal Railroad Administration
National 911 Program Activities and Palm Beach County Lessons Learned
The National 911 Program reviews activities from 2015. Palm Beach County shares its experiences in collaborating with the Coat Guard, an overview of ESInet deployment, and surviving a Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) attack.
Laurie Flaherty, National 911 Program Coordinator
Chuck Spalding, 911 Director, Palm Beach County