District of Virginia s Communications Interoperability .

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Visitor Speakers and Panelists. Steve SouderFairfax County - Department of Public Safety Communications Dorothy Spears-DeanVirginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA)Dereck OrrNational Institute for Standards and Technology. IAT Report Out.
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Ward of Virginia\'s Communications Interoperability The Status of the Technical Standards Development Process & the Potential Impact on Virginia\'s Practitioners

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Guest Speakers and Panelists Steve Souder Fairfax County - Department of Public Safety Communications Dorothy Spears-Dean Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA) Dereck Orr National Institute for Standards and Technology

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IAT Report Out #4: Develop and advance specialized norms and operational conventions Tasks from FY 06 Strategic Plan: Review national gauges for direction in the improvement of statewide models and conventions that incorporate NIMS and FCC narrowbanding necessities 2011/2013 Provide specialized measures and operational conventions for use in RFPs Utilize CAPRAD to advance specialized benchmarks and operational conventions Provide a connection to CAPRAD on the site Set up an open door for a CAPRAD agent to talk at the Statewide Interoperability Conference

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IAT 4 Membership

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Methodology The Delphi technique was chosen to acquire specialized guidelines and operational conventions for interoperability from topic specialists crosswise over neighborhood, state, government & private substances Held meetings Distributed polls Collaborative working sessions with partners Identified capacities and refined extent of activity

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Outline of Report IAT 4\'s Report to the Advisory Group has 5 Sections Local Perspective Hampton Roads Planning District – Harry Yeomans Northern Virginia Region (Fairfax County) – Capt. Wear Bowers State Perspective STARS/COMLINC Project – Thomas Struzzieri & Chris Essid RFP Guidance – Dorothy Spears-Dean Federal Perspective P25 Update – Craig Jorgensen (P25 Project Director) & Dereck Orr (NIST) Upcoming SAFECOM Tools Industry Perspective Lucent Technologies – Kenneth Budka Motorola – Andy Davis EF Johnson – John Oblak M/A COM – Robert Speidel Standards & Operational Protocols Resource Library

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Resource Library

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Local Findings Develop statewide operational rules from existing assets Recognition of significance of in reverse similarity to keep up interoperability Advanced regions working at APCO level 5 of interoperability perceive the need to keep up capacities inside levels 1 – 4 to encourage an episode past their district

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Local Findings STARS/COMLINC will assume a restricted part in genuine person on call interoperability past an interchanges way for state assets to a territory. Linkage to the state is just a bit of areas interoperability prerequisites STARS needs to expand comprehension of neighborhood jurisdictional needs to better market to territories and districts

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State Findings - STARS The STARS contract will give fundamental open wellbeing grade correspondences that can work consistently all through the Commonwealth for 21 state organizations and encourage interoperability with nearby and government offices STARS will give a Project 25 multi-channel trunked advanced voice and information remote interchanges framework that is particularly intended for open security necessities

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Federal Findings

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Phase 1: SOR The SOR gives the accompanying data to the general population security group: Identifies operational and utilitarian correspondence needs of open security by open wellbeing Offers an establishment for future arranging by recognizing close term and long haul framework and specialized necessities Provides industry with data important to better adjust its innovative work of developing advances

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How can First Responders utilize the SoR A device to help with distinguishing particular interchanges prerequisites for their ward Updated intermittently as innovation and prerequisites advance Emergency Responders can utilize the record as a vehicle for publicizing their locale\'s correspondences prerequisites as requirements change after some time

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Public Safety Architecture Framework Purpose of the Public Safety Architecture Framework (PSAF) The PSAF distinguishes crevices in broad daylight wellbeing operational and practical requirements It will help designers and organizers archive their open security correspondence abilities and break down their framework in connection to different frameworks

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How is the PSAF composed? Volume 1 gives an abnormal state review of the whole PSAF and its parts; Volume 2 offers points of interest on the three perspectives of the PSAF The Operational View indicates how open security plays out its main goal. The Systems View demonstrates the frameworks of gear and the stream of data that bolster open security. The Technical Standards View demonstrates the benchmarks, specialized principles, and rules that permit these frameworks to interoperate. Volume 3 gives client driven material, for example, how to apply the philosophy and utilize the supporting PSAF device. (Not Yet Developed)

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Develop New Standards The accompanying is an example rundown of a portion of the associations SAFECOM is working with to characterize models: National Incident Management System NIJ – CommTech Program National Public Safety Telecommunications Council (NPSTC) Association of Public Safety Communications Officials National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Emergency Interoperability Consortium

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Test & Evaluate As advancements and norms are diverted through the testing & assessment prepare, the concentration will be to guarantee: Standards and innovation fulfill SoR prerequisites The picked standard is handy and savvy Products conform to distinguished measures Interim arrangements address quick issues A National Voluntary Lab Accreditation Program is being built up to certify free labs to test and assess gear in push to check whether financially accessible items agree to particular gauges.

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Recommendations For Tech. Gauges Promote the specialized guidelines improvement process and IAT asset library by means of the CICO site Support the government specialized principles advancement prepare

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Recommendations For Tech. Guidelines – STARS Hire a specialized and showcasing advisor inside the CICO to advance and arrange COMLINC. The advisor will: Create cooperation and increment correspondence between STARS Project Management Team, SIEC, VITA, and areas Determine and advance how COMLINC will help regions in accomplishing interoperability Work with STARS to build up a non specific COMLINC RFP to help regions with obtaining good hardware and frameworks Minimize duplication of endeavors

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Recommendations For Operational Protocols Encourage specialists to wind up NIMS confirmed by September 30, 2006 Beginning October 1, 2006 all government readiness financing will be adapted upon full consistence with NIMS Identify and create statewide remote correspondence conventions to organize existing neighborhood reaction arranges and operational conventions

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Recommendations For Operational Protocols Provide support to territories to address FCC Narrowbanding prerequisites Promote fruitful cases of operational conventions recorded inside the asset library by means of the CICO site

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Status of Technical Standards Development QUESTIONS?

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