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Stable Form Notice: NENA Standards for 9‑1‑1 Professional Education

Tuesday, October 13, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Chris Nussman
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Having adjudicated all comments, the subject document is now considered “stable.” Per NENA IPR & Antitrust Policy, Section 4.5.1 “Stable Form Notice” is being issued and is shown below.
4.5 Declarations during Review
When any Deliverable is in stable form, but before it undergoes review by the NENA Process Review Committee, the Committee Resource Manager shall send a Stable Form Notice to all NENA Development Group participants giving notice of a deadline, at least thirty (30) days from the date of the announcement, by which all Patent Holders with respect to the Deliverable must submit a completed copy of the Licensing Declaration Form in Annex B to the Committee Resource Manager. All Stable Form Notices shall also be posted to the Committee Management Website.
Once the 30 days have passed, the document will go to the Process Review Committee for approval.
Stable Form Notice 
The NENA Intellectual Property Rights (“IPR”) & Antitrust Policy, available at, requires Participants in NENA Committees to disclose certain Patent IPRs during the process of developing a Deliverable such as a Technical or Operations Standard Document (i.e., any Standard). After receiving this notice, all Patent Holders have 30 days in which to submit a Licensing Declaration Form.
The Deliverable listed below has reached stable form and will be submitted to the NENA Process Review Committee in 30 days. Any and all Participants who hold Patent IPRs which may be implicated by the Normative Requirements of this Deliverable must submit a Licensing Declaration Form to the Committee Resource Manager within that time. 
Deliverable Information 
Title:  NENA Standards for 9‑1‑1 Professional Education
Document Number:  ANS Candidate NENA-STA-011.1-202X
Date of Notice: October 13, 2020
Submission Deadline: November 13, 2020
NENA Intellectual Property Rights Policy – Annex C – Stable Form Notice