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NENA 2014 Call for Papers Now Open

Friday, August 9, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Chris Nussman
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Planning for NENA 2014 is well under way, and the conference team wants your ideas to help round out the program.

Attendees of our conference are always looking for new and better ways of doing things in their professional and personal lives. Feedback from previous conferences shows that attendees expect to walk out of each breakout with key takeaways that are new and can be immediately implemented when they return to their offices.

This is where we want your help. The NENA 2014 Conference Team is looking for session proposals in the following topic areas:

  • Accessibility
  • Analytics & Big Data
  • Applications & Emerging Technologies
  • Databases & Data Management
  • Funding, Regulation, Policy, & Governance
  • GIS
  • Interpersonal Issues, Stress, & Morale
  • Leadership & Management
  • Next Generation 9-1-1
  • Personal & Professional Development
  • Preparedness & Contingency Planning
  • PSAP Training
  • Public Education & Outreach
  • Social Networking & Media
  • Staffing & Consolidation
  • Telecommunicator Issues
  • Text Messaging

Please remember that sessions should issue-focused, not product focused (i.e. vendor-neutral or vendor-all-inclusive).

Submission Process
Submit your great ideas by October 18, 2013. The online submission form for session abstracts is available at www.nena.org/nena2014/cfp. You can email Chris Nussman with any questions you may have.


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