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FirstNet Unveils New Blog on Tumblr

The First Responder Network Authority has unveiled the agency’s blog on the Tumblr social networking website as part of an effort to share information with first responders via audio, video and social media posts. FirstNet’s Kyle Richardson wrote in a blog post published Thursday the agency aims to share multimedia content …

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FCC, NTIA Search for Urban Location to Demo Spectrum-Sharing Model

The National Telecommunications and Information Administration and the Federal Communications Commission want to test how public and private organizations can share the same wireless spectrum, the Washington Post reported Tuesday. Nancy Scola writes the two agencies have issued a Federal Register notice that seeks public feedback on the proposed spectrum-sharing …

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DoD Aims to Move Forward Mobile Device ID Authentication Tech

The Defense Department will work to tackle identity authentication and management functions on personal mobile devices as part of efforts to get the technology into its enterprise, Federal News Radio reported Monday. Jared Serbu writes Greg Youst, chief mobility engineer at the Defense Information Systems Agency, said the agency aims to …

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