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Public-Safety Broadband Network: FirstNet Should Strengthen Internal Controls and Evalute Lessons Learned
Mark L. Goldstein (au)
For communications during emergencies, public safety officials rely on thousands of separate systems, which often lack interoperability, or the ability to communicate across agencies and jurisdictions. The 2012 act created FirstNet within the Department of Commerce to establish, for public safety use, a nationwide, interoperable, wireless broadband network, which will initially support data transmissions.T he 2012 act provided $7 billion for network construction, and required FirstNet to be self-funding beyond this initial allocation. FirstNet is working with five projects that are building local and regional public-safety broadband networks. This report assessed (1) FirstNetäó»s progress carrying out its responsibilities and establishing internal controls; (2) how much the network is estimated to cost and how FirstNet plans to become self-funding; and (3) what lessons can be learned from the early builder projects. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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