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National Emergency Number Association. Montana - The Last Best Place Becky Berger 9-1-1 Program Manager. Montana. The Basics: $.25 Basic 9-1-1 $.25 Enhanced 9-1-1 $.50 Wireless Enhanced 9-1-1 (eff. 7/1/2007) Total 9-1-1 Fees: FY05: $ 5,711,593 FY06: $ 6,074,507 FY07: $6,026,096

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National emergency number association
National EmergencyNumber Association

  • Montana -

  • The Last Best Place

  • Becky Berger

  • 9-1-1 Program Manager


Montana
Montana

The Basics:

  • $.25 Basic 9-1-1

  • $.25 Enhanced 9-1-1

  • $.50 Wireless Enhanced 9-1-1 (eff. 7/1/2007)

  • Total 9-1-1 Fees:

    • FY05: $5,711,593

    • FY06: $6,074,507

    • FY07: $6,026,096

  • 57 Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs)

  • 3 FTE state administrative office (DOA-ITSD-PSSB)

    • Review and approve 9-1-1 plans

    • Distribute the 9-1-1 fee collections to local government

    • Provide wireless E9-1-1 cost recovery for PSAPs and Carriers

  • 9-1-1 Advisory Council (10 members)


  • The e9 1 1 deployment dilemma
    The E9-1-1 Deployment Dilemma

    • Obsolete Technology

      • 40 year old architecture

      • Limited functionality

      • Not set up for cell phones

      • Will not handle new features

    • Insufficient Funding

      • $250,000 per PSAP average deployment cost for land-line E9-1-1

      • 40 of 57 9-1-1 Centers dealing with a revenue shortfall to deploy land-line E9-1-1

    • Bottom Line: 57 PSAPs, pursuing 57 unique deployment strategies, had created a “Have’s vs. Have-nots” where only 18 PSAPs had land-line E9-1-1 and only 2 PSAPs had wireless enhanced 9-1-1.


    The e9 1 1 deployment dilemma1
    The E9-1-1 Deployment Dilemma

    • GOAL

    • Rather than fund dozens of stovepipe systems, the State pursued funding for a uniform and standard E9-1-1 network, thereby reducing overall investment by eliminating duplication.

    • OBJECTIVE

    • Eliminate the “have’s vs. have-nots”

    • STRATEGY

      • Secure Funding

      • Contract for a statewide system


    Benefits of contract vs tariff
    Benefits of Contract vs Tariff

    • Eliminate transport mileage

    • Bundled rate based on per access line

      • Rate stability

    • Example:

    • Qwest– tariff rates (272 miles) $1723.00

    • (+ wireless + emergency notification)

    • Century Tel – contract rate $641.00

    • 2375 X .27





    Multiple 9 1 1 service providers
    Multiple 9-1-1 Service Providers

    • PROS

      • Choice to PSAPs

    • CONS

      • Split exchanges

      • Interconnection agreements

      • Long term agreements with incumbent LEC prevent migrating to emerging technologies


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