TECHNICAL COMMITTEE (06/24/2007)
These standards enable compatibility of 9-1-1 technologies, minimize costs involved in provisioning and maintaining public safety communications, increase the effectiveness of 9-1-1 call handling and emergency response, and promote teamwork among industry providers of public safety products and services.
NENA has established this process for defining and solving complex technology issues related to the provision of emergency services. Such technology is inclusive of the hardware, software, private and public safety networks, data and public safety answering point (PSAP) apparatus used for emergency communications.
The roles and responsibilities of individuals and committees involved in the development, review and approval process for creation of the standards are well defined in NENA Standard 01-001, which may be downloaded at the link below.
The Technical Committee structure includes five committees. To see more information about a specific committee, as well as biographies and photos of each committee’s leadership, select the appropriate link below. Each committee page also contains all documents issued by the members.
* Customer Premise Equipment
* Next Generation 9-1-1 Transition Planning Committee (NGTPC)
Your participation in the work of any of these committees is greatly appreciated. For more information on how you can contribute to the development of 9-1-1 technical standards, technical information documents or technical requirements documents, contact the appropriate Committee Chair or Technical Chair/Liaison, Tom Breen at ([email protected]) or Technical Vice-Chair/Liaison, Billy Ragsdale ([email protected]).
Any questions on the Technical Committee web pages, please contact the Technical Committee Web Administrator, Delaine Arnold, ([email protected]) .
01-001 NENA Technical Organization Structure and Document Development & Approval Process, Issue 3, June 1, 2006
NENA TECHNICAL ISSUES IDENTIFICATION FORM
NENA COMMITTEE LEADERSHIP APPLICATION