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Interoperability Technology Today, Summer 2008   [open pdf - 4MB]

"Interoperability Technology Today is published quarterly by CID [Control and Interoperability Division] at no cost to subscribers. Its mission is to provide the emergency response community, policy makers, and local officials with information about interoperability initiatives nationwide, best practices, and lessons learned." This edition contains the following articles: "Arizona Law Enforcement Officers Take to Street with New Hand-Held Technology"; "Value of Virtual Alabama a Reality"; "Interoperability in Rocky Mountain State Reaches New Heights"; "Data Technology Keeps In Step with NIMS STEP [National Incident Management System Supporting Technology Evaluation Program]"; "OIC [Office for Interoperability and Compatibility] Seeks Practitioner Volunteers to Participate in Research Testing"; "DHS [U.S. Department of Homeland Security] Releases Data Messaging Standards Language Guide for Requests for Proposals"; "DHS Type III COML [Communications Unit Leader] Training to be Released"; "Multi-Band Milestone for Radio Communications"; "Planned Events Yield Opportunities of Olympic Proportions"; "From the Mississippi Front Lines to Capitol Hill with Congressman Bennie Thompson"; and "Q&A with Congressman Bennie Thompson".

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