Update | Next Generation 911
NCSL Fall Forum: Dec. 6, 2012
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Representative Chris Perone, Connecticut, co-chair, CFI Committee
Laurie Flaherty, coordinator, National 911 Program, U.S. Department of Transportation, NHTSA Office of Emergency Medical Services, Washington, D.C.
Trey Fogerty, director of Government Affairs, NENA: The 9-1-1 Association, Virginia
David Furth, deputy chief, Public Safety & Homeland Security Bureau, FCC, Washington, D.C.
Joseph Marx, assistant vice president-Federal Regulatory, AT&T, Washington, D.C.
Lynn Questell, executive director, Emergency Communications, Tennessee
Americans have come to rely on 911 for emergencies, but very few call centers can receive text messages, pictures or videos—all standard communications in today’s world. Next Generation 911 is aimed at updating the infrastructure for today's digital mobile society. In this session, speakers will discuss key issues in modernizing 911, including funding, technology, governance and collaboration.