9-1-1 Goes to Washington Agenda

Monday, March 26

08.30 Pre-Conference Course

Liability in the 9-1-1 Center

PSAP personnel face exposure to liability inside and outside the workplace. While some of this is unavoidable, training and illustration of potential pitfalls can serve to minimize potential risk. This course provides practical suggestions on limiting PSAP personnel and 911 center liability.

12.00 Lunch (on own)

13.00 Pre-Conference Course

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16.30 Break

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17.30 Welcome Reception

Location TBA

Tuesday, March 27

09.00 Welcome & In-Brief

Rick Galway, President

Brian Fontes, CEO

Trey Forgety, Gov’t Affairs

09.45 Congressional Address

Next Gen 9-1-1 Caucus

10.15 Break

10.45 White House Address

Off. of Sci. & Tech. Policy

11.15 The Five-Point Plan

FCC Address

12.00 Lunch & Learn

The Future of 9-1-1 Funding

13.15 Spotlight: Text Messaging

Industry / Regulatory Panel

14.00 Break

14.15 The Homeland Perspective

Office of Emergency Communications

15.30 The EAAC Report

Expert Panel Discussion

18.00 9-1-1 Honors Gala

Hosted by the Next Gen 9-1-1 Institute - Location TBA

Wednesday, March 28

09.00 Recap & Legislative Brief

Trey Forgety, Gov’t Affairs

09.30 How Congress Works

Expert Lecture

10.30 Break

11.00 Committees of Jurisdiction

Congressional Staff Panel

12.00 Luncheon Address

RADM James A. Barnett

13.30Hill Visits

NENA will contact attendees and assist with scheduling meetings with members of Congress or Legislative Assistants who handle public safety or telecommunications issues.

Thursday, March 29

09.00 Hill Visits

Additional handouts and Next Gen 9-1-1 Caucus information will be available for distribution to Representatives and Senators.

12.00 Snack Break

We, The Pizza - Join us at Top-Chef contestant Spike Mendelsohn’s acclaimed pizzeria for a quick slice to keep you energized!

16.00 Departure

Staff will be on hand to assist with luggage & departure.

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