Mission Critical Partners to Help Nebraska Modernize 911 Infrastructure

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The Nebraska Public Safety Commission selected Mission Critical Partners to lead implementation of a statewide Next Generation 911 system to ensure the state meets the demands and expectations of today’s public and stays in step with the evolving technology landscape.

We are honored to be able to support Nebraska as it undergoes this transformational change that will help the state realize dramatically improved public safety communications capabilities and ultimately, enhanced emergency response to make communities safer.

Mission Critical Partners (MCP), a leading provider of independent professional, information technology (IT) and network support services for mission-critical infrastructure, was selected by the Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC) to support its implementation of a statewide Next Generation 911 (NG911) system.

The implementation is the next phase of the PSC’s Next Generation 911 Service System Plan, a plan which was adopted by the PSC in 2017 and resulted in Nebraska LB993 signed into law on April 4, 2018. The plan provides a comprehensive strategy and holistic approach to transitioning from the current Enhanced 911 (E911) technology to NG911. NG911 is a broadband-enabled, Internet-Protocol (IP)-based system that will empower the transmission of emergency calls and texts, with related multimedia in real time. The implementation of a statewide NG911 system will ensure that Nebraska meets the demands and expectations of today’s public and stays in step with the evolving technology landscape.

The MCP project team will provide technical assistance during the implementation of the 911 Service System Plan. MCP also will help Nebraska realize additional benefits as it deploys NG911, including the opportunity to regionalize and share costs and resources, as well as the ability to share operations in real time.

“We are honored to be able to support Nebraska as it undergoes this transformational change that will help the state realize dramatically improved public safety communications capabilities and ultimately, enhanced emergency response to make communities safer,” said Kevin Murray, MCP’s chairman and chief executive officer.

MCP and the Nebraska PSC began working together in 2017 when the commission partnered with the firm to develop a statewide NG911 Plan. The public safety answering points (PSAPs) supported by the Nebraska PSC serve nearly 2 million residents and process more than 1 million calls annually.

About Mission Critical Partners (MCP)
Mission Critical Partners (MCP) is an independent professional and IT support services firm that helps clients enhance and evolve their public safety systems and operations through our extensive experience, knowledge and resources. By providing insight and support every step of the way, our clients are able to transform their mission critical operations, maximizing the value of their investments and ensuring optimal performance and success. Additional information and career opportunities are available at http://www.MissionCriticalPartners.com.

CONTACT:
Morgan Sava
Vice President, Director of Corporate Marketing
Mission Critical Partners
608-658-8858
MorganSava(at)MissionCriticalPartners.com

Alex Oltmanns
Pipitone Group
412-321-0879
aoltmanns(at)pipitonegroup.com

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