Program is a joint initiative of the Department of Justice and the Department of the Treasury.
Although its task is very challenging, the PSWN
Program has made great strides in achieving interoperability among public safety agencies across the United States.
The National Interoperability Scorecard updates and improves on information provided in the PSWN
Program's original assessment released in March 2001.
Plans call for initial introduction of Datron radios within the next twelve months with further products becoming available to serve the broad PSWN
market throughout 2001.
Our collaboration with local governments and PSWN
will ensure critical information is shared instantly to all responders to minimize any potential threat to public safety.
Program is assisting the State of Texas in a strategic planning process that Texas can use to direct its short- and long-term efforts concerning interoperability.
With assistance from the PSWN
Program, an initiative jointly sponsored by the Department of Justice and the Department of the Treasury, officials in Arizona are working toward improved interoperability for the state's public safety first responders and other public safety providers at all levels of government.
Working with the Utah Communications Agency Network (UCAN), Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, and the Department of Justice (DOJ), the PSWN
Program led the interconnection of three major communications systems to provide connectivity between the agencies' dispatch consoles.
Program symposiums provide a forum where members of the public safety community can discuss the common issues they face regarding wireless communications," said Rick Murphy, PSWN
Program, an initiative jointly sponsored by the Department of Justice and the Department of the Treasury, brings together public safety officials from local, state, federal, and tribal governments to increase wireless interoperability among the Nation's fire, law enforcement, and emergency medical services departments.
Program Symposium to Address Critical
Program Addresses Public Safety Preparations for 2002