Public safety organizations like the IAFC are working with the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) as they build the nation's first public-safety broadband network. FirstNet's Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) is seeking input on possible applications and case uses that can be contributed to the network's development and evolution process.
The IAFC is asking its members to complete a broadband application survey to capture ideas for the working group to consider. It's critical work that depends on the input of first responders like you to ensure the network meets end-user's response and technology needs.
The survey captures one idea and should take less than five minutes. If you would like to submit multiple ideas, complete the survey for each idea. Survey responses are due by Friday, December 6.
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