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911 Task Force
The 911 Task Force meets quarterly to address statewide 9-1-1 issues in Pennsylvania.
The mission of the PA 911 Task Force (“Task Force”) is to address issues related to the establishment of a statewide 911 emergency access network in Pennsylvania . The Task Force will facilitate discussions related to the continued development and enhancement of the 911 system that is intended to provide Pennsylvania residents with access to statewide emergency services and a disaster preparedness network. The Task Force will propose resolutions and advise the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PA PUC) and the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) on how to resolve these rapidly evolving issues regarding the establishment of a statewide 911 emergency access network in Pennsylvania . The Task Force will consist of members from the PA PUC, members of PEMA, representatives from county and city PSAPs and public safety associations, and representatives from services providers operating in Pennsylvania.
- Task Force Bylaws - Updated April 2015.
- Summary of Task Force - Dated September 2004.
- Task Force Members - As of September 2013.
- CLEC Survey - As of January 2006.
- Damage Prevention Committee
- Broadband Internet Service
- Telephone Tips
- PA Universal Service Fund
- Monthly Remittance and Annual Reporting by Telcos
- Local Service Abandonment Notification
- Local Service Migration
- Application to Provide Telecomm Services
- FCC Order Implementation
- Area Codes
- Telecommunications Relay Service
- 911 Service
- Pole Attachments
- Telephone Companies & Contacts
- Telecommunications Glossary
- Interconnection Agreements
- Carrier Working Group
- Biennial NMP Progress Report Forms
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