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Alabama Veterans Museum in Athens, AL, was the host location for the 2nd quarterly meeting for Alabama NENA on April, 25. Bandwidth demonstrated some of the ANGEN capabilities. President Lon Jones appreciated the good attandance at the meeting. Click Read More to see all the photos taken at the meeting.
Mark J. Fletcher, ENP is Product Manager for Emergency Services at Avaya. Fletch has over 26 years of experience, and was a key author of the NENA MLTS Model Legislation. His blog is on Avaya's site and this week he featured the story of the nation's first 9-1-1. call
You can read the blog and/or listen to the podcast.
The minutes of a meeting are the official, legal record of the business conducted. When a
question arises about what was decided or authorized by a governmental body, the answer must
be based on information recorded in the minutes. Because minutes are such an important record
for all governmental agencies, the State and Local Government Records Commissions
recommend that public officials employ the following minimum guidelines. These guidelines are
not intended to change existing practices, so long as those practices result in fully documented
"The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) today announced more than $40 million in grants to help 911 call centers across the country improve the ability to locate people calling from wireless and internet connected telephones."
Use the read more link to see the amounts awarded per state.
Alabama Next Generation Emergency Network
More current information is available at www.angen.org