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CISA Releases FY21 Planning Guide for Emergency Comm Technical Assitance

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The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has published a planning guide, Emergency Communication Technical Assistance guide for fiscal year 2021, meant to help public safety officials and first responders improve interoperable communications to address issues caused by changes to emergency communications landscape.

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CISA Seeking Feedback on Updated Nat’l Emergency Comms Plan

The Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is looking to include input on the updates for the 2019 version of the National Emergency Communications Plan, DHS said in a notice. The NECP, last published in 2014, serves as a guide for entities seeking to coordinate operations and invest in operable and interoperable communications for emergency response and recovery missions.

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Bobbie Stempfley: DHS Updates Nat’l Emergency Communications Plan to Reflect New Tech

The Department of Homeland Security has updated the National Emergency Communications Plan to reflect planned efforts to address priorities in land mobile radio systems, broadband technologies, and coordination for emergency response and public safety programs. Bobbie Stempfley, deputy assistant secretary for cybersecurity strategy and emergency communications at DHS’ National Protection and …

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