911 Industry Alliance

Research & Publications

iCERT PUBLICATIONS

Working Together: Partnering to Face Today's Critical Public Safety Technology Issues
A public safety planners guide, intended to foster understanding between public and private sector emergency response technologies professionals as both sectors work together toward successful implementation of public safety technology projects.

Command and Control Room Market Overview Report 2016 — Summary
The report outlined by this summary focuses on trends in public safety control room revenues and installations, and provides commercial entities with insights into this evolving market. The full report is available exclusively to iCERT members.

History of 911: A Policy and Technology Reference Guide
This report is designed to educate public and private sector stakeholders about the importance of 911's history as it relates to its technical and policy origins, its current status, and its future development into NG911.

iCERT NG911 Research Report - April 2015
iCERT report on America's readiness for transition to NextGen 911 technologies, with applicable insights for adoption of IP-based three-digit emergency calling around the globe.

The Overloaded 9-1-1 System
This report highlights examples of overload to the U.S. 9-1-1 system for a variety of reasons.

iCERT 9-1-1 Overload Fact Sheet
This Fact Sheet offers you a quick easy set of points to make when speaking with your local policy makers about key issues affecting 9-1-1.

iCERT (formerly 9-1-1 Industry Alliance) National Funding Research Report:
In 2008, the 9-1-1 Industry Alliance released a seminal study on the financial health of the US 9-1-1 System.

Click here to view the iCERT Study on the Health of the US 9-1-1 System.

iCERT ANNUAL REPORTS

iCERT 2016 Annual Report

iCERT 2015 Annual Report

iCERT 2013-2014 Annual Report

iCERT 2012 Annual Report

iCERT 2011 Annual Report

ANNUAL MARKET OVERVIEWS

Summary — Justice and Public Safety Market Overview Report FY 2017
The full report is free to iCERT Members — An analysis of state-based, budgeted funding for justice and public safety information technology and communications for fiscal year 2017. To obtain a copy, contact George Rice at george.rice@theindustrycouncil.org.

Summary - Justice and Public Safety Market Overview Report FY 2016
The full report is free to iCERT Members - An analysis of state-based, budgeted funding for justice and public safety information technology and communications for fiscal year 2016. To obtain a copy, contact George Rice at george.rice@theindustrycouncil.org.

Summary - Justice and Public Safety Market Overview Report FY 2015
The full report is free to iCERT Members - An analysis of state-based, budgeted funding for justice and public safety information technology and communications for fiscal year 2015. To obtain a copy, contact George Rice at george.rice@theindustrycouncil.org.

Summary - Justice and Public Safety Market Overview Report FY 2014
The full report is free to iCERT Members - An analysis of state-based, budgeted funding for justice and public safety information technology and communications for fiscal year 2014. To obtain a copy, contact George Rice at george.rice@theindustrycouncil.org.

Summary - Justice and Public Safety Market Overview Report FY 2013
The full report is free to iCERT Members - An analysis of state-based, budgeted funding for justice and public safety information technology and communications for fiscal year 2013. To obtain a copy, contact George Rice at george.rice@theindustrycouncil.org.

Summary - Justice and Public Safety Market Overview Report FY 2010-2012
Full report free to iCERT Members - An analysis of state-based, budgeted funding for justice and public safety information technology and communications from fiscal year 2010 to 2012. To obtain a copy, contact George Rice at george.rice@theindustrycouncil.org.

OTHER RESOURCES

2016 National 911 Progress Report

911 Funding: Optimizing Revenue from the Current Surcharge Model
This report describes the challenges states face in ensuring access to all the 911 fee revenue transferred by communications carriers/providers, and in ensuring that 911 centers use these funds for authorized purposes.

World Bank Report — Doing Business 2017

NG911: A Guide for Leaders in Law Enforcement
A publication designed to reach out to law enforcement leaders and provide information about the transition to NG911 and its specific benefits for the law enforcement community.

National 911 Office Resources:
The U.S. Department of Transportation resources provided by the National 911 program.

Congressional Research Service Emergency Communications Report:
The Congressional Research Service released a report entitled Emergency Communications: Broadband and the Future of 911.

Click here to view that report.

Internet Innovation Alliance 2013 Broadband Report
An easy to understand guide to all things broadband

Restore Your 9-1-1 Budget
Radio Resource Article on 9-1-1 Funding

Guidelines for State NG9-1-1 Legislative Language
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration report on implementation of a system of effective overall policies, laws, and regulations that facilitate and fully support all aspects of NG9-�1-�1

National Governors Association Issue Brief
Steps to Prepare for Public Safety Broadband

Desirable Properties of a Nationwide Public Safety Communication System
Report and Recommendations of the Visiting Committee on Advanced Technology of the National Institute of Standards and Technology

Public Safety Broadband High-Level Launch Requirements
NPSTC Statement of Requirements for FirstNet Consideration

2012 Report To Congress on 9-1-1 Funding
State Collection And Distribution Of 911 And Enhanced 911 Fees And Charges

Report of the State Budget Crisis Task Force
Understanding the extent of the state fiscal problems in the aftermath of the financial crisis

Social Media and Emergency Management
CNS Report on 2011 Social Media and Emergency Management Camp



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