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NG9-1-1 Policy Transition Handbook

The NENA Next Generation Partner Program's Next Generation 9-1-1 Transition Policy Implementation Handbook: A Guide for Identifying and Implementing Policies to Enable NG9-1-1 provides an overview of the key policy, regulatory, and legislative issues that need to be considered to facilitate the transition to NG9‑1‑1. This handbook is intended to be a guide for 9-1-1 leaders and government officials responsible for ensuring that federal, state and local 9-1-1 laws and regulations effectively enable the implementation of NG9-1-1 systems. It provides an overview of key policy, regulatory and legislative issues that need to be considered to enable the transition to NG9-1-1. Given the unique nature of individual federal and state policies, statutes and rules, and the different starting point for each state, the checklist does not make detailed suggestions for specific legislative language. Rather, it identifies major issues and key considerations that are applicable within any existing statutory or regulatory structure. The checklist topics illustrate examples of common policy and governance issues, but are not inclusive of every issue that may need to be addressed in any given jurisdiction.

In June 2011, the Handbook was applied to the 9-1-1 statutes, regulations, and tariffs of the state of Colorado. The results of that application were compiled and published in the Next Generation 9-1-1 Transition Policy Implementation Handbook: Application of the Implementation Checklist.


Document - Next Generation 9-1-1 Transition Policy Implementation Handbook

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