First responders in Clinton County got a major boost in their wireless communications with the launch of a FirstNet cell site. The site is part of the FirstNet network expansion taking place in Pennsylvania, which is bringing purpose-built coverage, capacity, and capabilities to first responders across the state.
At its year-end meeting today, the FirstNet Authority Board highlighted major areas of progress for FirstNet and outlined its priorities to ensure the continued evolution of the network and organization. This year saw continued momentum for FirstNet with expanded network deployment and growth in new public safety subscribers. Today, there are more than one million connections being used by more than 10,000 public safety agencies on FirstNet.
Sheriff Neil A. Miller of Buffalo County has been awarded the Chief Harlin R. McEwen Public Safety Broadband Communications Award (McEwen Award) for his remarkable leadership and significant contributions to the advancement of public safety broadband communications across Nebraska.
New FirstNet Cell Site to Support Public Safety in Northwestern Minnesota near White Earth Reservation and Surrounding Community
First responders in northwestern Minnesota and those serving the White Earth Reservation got a major boost in their access to broadband communications with the addition of a new, purpose-built cell site.
(WASHINGTON) Three U.S. Department of Commerce agencies have launched a first-of-its-kind interagency challenge focused on accelerating innovations for disaster response and resilience technology.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced today the appointment of two leaders in public safety and law enforcement to serve on the Board of the First Responder Network Authority.
Expanding deployable assets, upgrading the FirstNet core to be 5G Ready are focus of first investments opportunities aligned with public safety priorities in FirstNet Authority Roadmap