Updated: Mar 4, 2020
9:00am Thursday, February 13, 2020 - Grand Hyatt, Washington, D.C.
January 24, 2020 iCERT is proud to support NENA's annual "911 Goes to Washington" program with an iCERT panel discussion slated for Thursday, 2/13/20 at 9:00am.
The panel discussion will center on the intersection of technology and telecom policy and include iCERT members;
Mark Fletcher (Avaya),
Jeff Wittek (Motorola Solutions), and
Alice Johnson (Zetron), and be moderated by Don Brittingham, (Northern Lights Consulting).
iCERT Members share the same concerns as government public safety regulators and PSAP professionals; however, Members believe it is important that regulators and NENA's membership have the opportunity to communicate directly with us so that iCERT Members' needs can be acknowledged and accommodated whenever possible. NENA and iCERT share a common goal of increased funding for public safety at all levels of government.
9-1-1 Goes to Washington (#NENAGTW) brings hundreds of 9-1-1 professionals together with government leaders in our nation's capital to address today's most pressing 9-1-1 and emergency communications issues. #NENAGTW is the only event where you learn about the policy challenges facing 9-1-1 and then take immediate action to address them through dialogue with your elected and appointed officials.
At #NENAGTW, you will do both. Join us in Washington for a dynamic, interactive program where you receive:
* The inside information you need to shape the 9-1-1 and emergency communications agendas for the Administration and Congress;
* Critical knowledge of federal and state 9-1-1, homeland security, and emergency communications legislation, regulation, and policy initiatives; and
* An opportunity to speak directly with members of Congress, administration officials, and key staff to make your voice heard on behalf of the entire 9-1-1 community.
iCERT Panelists 2/13/20 911GTW