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NG9-1-1 Policy Routing Rules
Full Name:
NG9-1-1 Policy Routing Rules
Document Type: Standard
Number:NENA-STA-003.1.1-2014

An important feature of NG9-1-1 is the ability of the system to adapt to outages, excessive call volumes, emergencies and normal scheduled PSAP outages. The Policy Routing Function (PRF) described in 08-003 is the function that handles the diversion of calls. To support the PRF, Policy Routing Rules (PRRs)must be developed. These PRRs define to where calls are diverted if the target PSAP is unreachable. This Working Group’s charter was to define a template to guide the development of these PRRs. To that end, the committee developed templates to facilitate the PRRs that a 9-1-1 Authority must develop for any new NG9-1-1 System. The minimum set of rules developed must address all call diversion capabilities present in the current E911 system.

Committee Name(s):Core Services Committee,

Created:08/05/2013
Revised:
12/01/2014
Reviewed:



Document:
NG9-1-1 Policy Routing Rules
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