Date/Time: Thursday, November 4, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. ET

Presented by the Homeland Security and Emergency Communications Committee 


3:00 – 3:05 p.m.         Welcome and Introductions

3:05 – 4:00 p.m.         Current Federal and State Framework for NG911
Federal and state rules govern the operation and deployment of 911 services and funding.  This panel will discuss the current state of these rules and how they may or may not be suited to a Next Generation 911 ecosystem.  Panelists will lay the groundwork for the next panel, which will examine how the current framework may need changing to meet the needs of a new NG 911 era.

Wes Wright, Executive Director, NG9-1-1 Institute

David Furth, Deputy Chief, Public Safety & Homeland Security Bureau, FCC
Laurie Flaherty, Coordination, National 911 Program, US Department of Transportation
Mary Boyd, Vice President, Regulatory, Policy, and External Affairs, Intrado
Harriett Rennie-Brown, Executive Director, National Association of State 911 Administrators

4:00 – 5:00 p.m.         What Comes Next
Federal and state regulatory changes may be necessary to encourage NG911 deployment and a robustly competitive market. Panelists will address these issues and touch on privacy and civil rights concerns posed by NG911. The panel will discuss how federal and state actors, including Congress, have approached the funding and deployment of NG911.

Bryan Tramont, Managing Partner, Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP

David Redl, Founder and CEO, Salt Point Strategies
Karima Holmes, Senior Director, ShotSpotter, Inc. and Board Member, FirstNet
Chris Moore, Principal, Brooks Bawden Moore LLC
Dan Henry, Regulatory Counsel and Director of Government Affairs, NENA
Chandy Ghosh, COO & GM, Emergency Services, Inteliquent


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