NG9-1-1 GIS Report Cards Released
Monday, April 29, 2019
Richmond (ISP) – VITA’s Integrated Services Program (ISP) is completing its 2019 GIS Report Cards for NG9-1-1 using the Spring 2019 ALI and MSAG data and GIS data submitted by localities during the Quarter 1 data call. These report cards will be sent to Virginia PSAPs and GIS data providers over the next 8-10 weeks. Look for a report card email from your regional coordinator!
GIS Report Card Overview Issued
Monday, April 29, 2019
Richmond (ISP) – VGIN published expanded overview documentation to more fully explain the 2019 NG9-1-1 report card process and results. It includes very important information about how the report cards should be viewed as your locality moves closer to the NG9-1-1 migration. Click on the large document icon in the upper left to download the PDF: 2019 Report Card Program Overview
The next step is to submit the AT&T Proposal Acceptance Letter (PAL) to the Board as your grant request for funding. The Board will review funding request submissions every two months to facilitate the process.
2019 Funding Request Submission Calendar
|Board Meeting |
|Mar 25th||May 20th|
|May 28th||July 11th|
|Jul 29th||Sept 12th|
|Sept 30th||Nov 14th|
This process assumes that you have decided that the AT&T contract meets your needs. A similar process will be considered with another provider.
Links to the Fairfax AT&T contract information are below in the Background Information section.
Once the migration funds are awarded, the AT&T PAL language requires that you sign the AT&T Participation Agreement (PA) with AT&T.
Please contact AT&T for the contract, your solution, and network architecture.
Jason Jackson | AT&T Esinet Program Manager | firstname.lastname@example.org
The commonwealth has been discussing and planning for next generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) for nearly a decade.
With significant advances in the technology and capabilities and functionality of a NG network, now is the time to move from planning to implementation.
The question is not if the commonwealth should deploy NG9-1-1, but rather, how the commonwealth should deploy NG9-1-1. The 9-1-1 Services Board adopted a plan to guide deployment statewide, but since 9-1-1 is a local service, it is up to each locality to determine how they will move forward with NG9-1-1 deployment.
To aid localities in their NG9-1-1 decision, the 9-1-1 Services Board is recommending localities utilize the NG9-1-1 contract issued by Fairfax County.
ISP staff recently conducted town hall meetings throughout the commonwealth to discuss the NG9-1-1 Deployment Plan, the Fairfax County contract, and AT&T's NG9-1-1 ESInet solution. Materials from these meetings, and additional materials requested by participants, are available below: