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The purpose of the Colorado PUC 9-1-1 Task Force is to provide oversight of the statewide implementation of Basic Emergency Service. The Task Force shall research and report on subjects related to the implementation of 9-1-1 services, database formatting standards, ALI data transfer, and related issues to assist the Commission in developing rules for emergency reporting services throughout the State of Colorado. The Task Force is comprised of representation from governing bodies, consumer groups, and service providers. Commission staff are responsible for administratively supporting the Task Force and facilitating meetings. The Task Force evaluates alternate technologies, services, and pricing issues related to the implementation of cost-affective statewide emergency 9-1-1 service.
The PUC Task Force desires that all Colorado 9-1-1 agencies stay informed on 9-1-1 laws, news, technologies, trends, and system implementations.
In general, the Colorado PUC 9-1-1 Task Force attempts to hold meetings throughout the State of Colorado in order to obtain involvement from 9-1-1 agencies located across Colorado. All Task Force meetings begin at 10 a.m. and occur on Thursdays.
Nov 10, 2016, 1000-1200 MT
Mile High Red Cross, 444 Sherman St, Denver, CO
Bridge: (605) 5623185; Meeting ID: 149 484 8872
Lunch is On Your Own - Bring your lunch if you plan to stay for the Resource Center Board Meeting following the Task Force Meeting
If you participate in the PUC 9-1-1 Task Force and your name is not listed, or if your contact information is incorrect or needs to be updated, please contact PUC staff, Lynn Notarianni at Lynn.Notarianni@state.co.us
Below is a listing by posting date, of news concerning the Colorado PUC 9-1-1 Task Force