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Statewide Operational Needs and Technical Resources Assessment Presented to the Public Safety and Education Communications Governance Council by the Idaho Statewide Interoperability Executive Council November 18 2008. Needs Assessment Overview.

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Statewide operational needs and technical resources assessment presented to the

Statewide Operational Needs

and

Technical Resources

Assessment

Presented to the

Public Safety and Education Communications Governance Council

by the

Idaho Statewide Interoperability Executive Council

November 18 2008


Needs assessment overview

Needs Assessment Overview

  • Evaluation of 44 Counties, 3 Tribes, State Agencies

    • Operations Environment

    • Communications Requirements

    • Interoperability Analysis

    • Communications Environment

    • Radio Site Information

    • Inventory & Projections

    • Improvements

    • Description of Problems

  • Evaluation of 6 Districts

    • Interoperability Analysis


Statewide operational needs and technical resources assessment presented to the

Needs Assessment Overview

  • Communications Requirements

    • Ease of Operation

    • Adequate Radio Coverage

    • Facilitate Interagency Cooperation:

    • Reliability

    • Cost

    • Project Schedule and Strategy

    • Federal Interoperability

    • Level 3 Moving to Level 5 Interoperability


Usage how often interoperable communications technologies are used

Usage - how often interoperable communications technologies are used

Needs Assessment Overview

Interoperability – District Information

District 4

Tribes

State Agencies

District 1

District 2

District 3

District 5

District 6


Governance common governing structure for solving interoperability issues

Governance - common governing structure for solving interoperability issues

Needs Assessment Overview

Interoperability – District Information

District 4

District 1

District 2

District 3

District 5

District 6

State Agencies

Tribes


Technology data and voice communications technology

Technology - data and voice communications technology

Needs Assessment Overview

Interoperability – District Information

(Includes using a 2nd Radio)

District 1

District 2

District 3

District 4

District 5

District 6

State Agencies

Tribes

700 M H z P25

Ada County

Bannock County

Bingham County


Standard operating procedures formal written guidelines or instructions for incident response

Standard Operating Procedures - formal written guidelines or instructions for incident response

Needs Assessment Overview

Interoperability – District Information

State Agencies

Tribes

District 2

District 6

District 1

District 3

District 4

District 5


Design overview

Design Overview

  • Alternatives:

    • Alternative 1 – 700 MHz / VHF Overlay Statewide

      • 700 MHz and VHF by Area in the State

      • 700 MHz and VHF by County

      • 700 MHz and VHF by Agency-Discipline

    • Alternative 2 – 700 MHz Statewide

      • County, District, Region Interoperability

      • VHF Federal Interoperability

      • Ongoing VHF Operations


Design overview1

Design Overview

  • Recommendation :Statewide 700 MHz System, is the most viable architecture for meeting the shared system project objectives.

    • Unified shared systems statewide for ease of operation

    • Interoperability

    • Coverage

    • Reliability

    • Emergency access

    • Ability to support new technologies

    • System operational transparency

    • Commonality of equipment


Statewide operational needs and technical resources assessment presented to the

Design Overview

  • Implementation Phases

    • Phase 0 – Implementation Planning

    • Phase 1 – Master Sites and Backbone Support

    • Phase 2 – Regional Build-out

    • Phase 3 – Completion Phase


Statewide operational needs and technical resources assessment presented to the

Design Overview

  • Phase 0 – Implementation Planning

    • Assemble and Fund Project Management Teams:

      • Develop Project Schedules

      • Develop Governance, Site Sharing and MOUs

      • Fine Tune Implementation Sequence based on Implementation Priorities

      • Structure and Issue Phase 1 RFPs

    • Install the Funded 700 MHz Sites

    • Upgrade Supporting Microwave

    • Upgrade Affected Dispatch Centers


Project management teams

Project Management Teams


Statewide operational needs and technical resources assessment presented to the

Design Overview

  • Phase 1 – Master Sites and Backbone Support

    • Add switching centers in Pocatello, Coeur d’Alene

    • Shift existing 700 MHz systems in Region 1 and 3 to new switches

    • Complete Dispatch Center Connectivity

    • Equip selected State Agencies with 700 MHz Subscriber Equipment

    • Project Management Team:

      • Develop migration plans for complete agencies/counties

      • Refine plans – lessons learned


Statewide operational needs and technical resources assessment presented to the

Design Overview

  • Phase 2 – Regional Build-out

    • Project Management Team:

      • Develop governance and user agreements

      • Refine plans – lessons learned

      • Identify narrowband at-risk counties

      • Refine schedule

    • Implement Phase 2 counties and sites

    • Equip and cut over appropriate agencies, counties, state agencies


Statewide operational needs and technical resources assessment presented to the

Design Overview

  • Phase 3 – Completion Phase

    • Project Management Team:

      • Develop governance and user agreements

      • Refine plans – lessons learned

      • Refine schedule

    • Implement remaining counties and sites

    • Equip and cut over appropriate agencies, counties, state agencies


Design build sow overview

Design/Build SOW Overview

  • Based on the Design

  • Provides visibility into the entire Statewide System

  • References the Needs Assessment Report and Design

  • Scalable for multi-use phased procurement

  • Tailored for incremental purchases

  • Multi-vendor competitive procurement


Design build sow overview1

Design/Build SOW Overview

  • Project Execution Content:

    • Radio-useful Terms and Conditions

    • Project Execution Plan

    • Proposal Evaluation Criteria

    • Milestone Inspections

    • Training Needs

    • Coverage Testing

    • Acceptance Testing and Burn-in

    • Support and Maintenance

    • Subcontractor (radio shop) qualifications

    • Cut over plans and acceptance criteria


Design build sow overview2

Design/Build SOW Overview

  • Material Content:

    • Radio infrastructure

    • Microwave systems

    • Dispatch Equipment

    • Power Systems

    • User Equipment Features

    • Physical Construction Standards

    • P25 Standards

    • Environmental Standards

    • Grounding Spec


Questions

Questions


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