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Please see review the updated Bylaws for the Georgia NENA Chapter below. These bylaws will be voted on during the March 2018 conference.Continue Reading →
The Georgia NENA Board has a vacancy for our Private Sector Representative. Do you live in the State of Georgia, have an active NENA membership, and have an interest in serving on the GA NENA board? Please submit a letter of intent, along with references and a letter of support from an authorized signer on behalf of your company, to Tamika Kendrick (Tamika.Kendrick@emory.edu). We are looking for individuals who want to get involved in the Chapter and in 911 ...Continue Reading →
September 14, 2017
Dear NENA Board Members,
I would like to take an opportunity to thank you for allowing me to serve as your NENA President. This position is not taken lightly; it is with great pride and excitement that I step into this role.
While serving in this position, I look forward to working with you, as well as each and every one of our members. It is my goal to effectively serve the purposes of NENA, and the communities that we ...Continue Reading →
The following positions will be up for election in March of 2016 at the Georgia Emergency Communications Conference:
1st Vice President
Northeast and Northwest Regional Directors
Anyone interested should submit a letter of intent for the specific office and a letter of support from the agency head or county administrator to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than February 29, 2016.Continue Reading →
Posted by: Jonathan Jones
The Georgia NENA Board has a vacancy Regional Director for Southwest Georgia. If you live in the Southwest region and you would like to serve on the NENA board, please submit a letter of intent along with a couple of references and a letter of support from your Director (or if you are a Director, a letter from the person to whom you report) to David Mumford (email@example.com). We are looking for individuals who want to get involved in the ...Continue Reading →
Posted by: Jonathan Jones
Since last Friday’s bulletin notifying you of APCO’s success in joining with NENA to reach a landmark consensus plan with the nation’s four largest carriers to improve wireless 9-1-1 location accuracy for both indoor and outdoor calls, we have made significant progress.
APCO, NENA and the four industry partners formally submitted our roadmap for achieving improvements in location accuracy to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on November 18, 2014.
What has been the initial reaction at the FCC?
Thus far, we have received ...Continue Reading →
Dispatchable location provides address or other critical location information for first responders
On November 14, NENA, APCO, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless announced a consensus plan to meet the FCC’s challenge to improve 9-1-1 indoor location accuracy. The industry has long relied on the public safety expertise at NENA and APCO to find solutions to location accuracy challenges. This agreement builds on that long-term partnership and recognizes that improved indoor location accuracy can be achieved through readily-available indoor location ...Continue Reading →