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Next Gen Communications FirstNet. Integrated Public Safety Commission. FirstNet in Indiana. Gov. Pence designated IPSC as the lead agency IPSC’s FirstNet mission To gather information necessary to provide the Governor with a recommendation to “Opt-In” or “Opt-Out”

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next gen communications firstnet
Next Gen CommunicationsFirstNet

Integrated Public Safety Commission

firstnet in indiana
FirstNet in Indiana
  • Gov. Pence designated IPSC as the lead agency
  • IPSC’s FirstNet mission
    • To gather information necessary to provide the Governor with a recommendation to “Opt-In” or “Opt-Out”
    • To work with FirstNet during planning and consultation and after the Governor’s decision
    • To represent the best interests of Indiana as a state and the best interests of local public safety stakeholders
indiana firstnet executive committee
Indiana FirstNet Executive Committee
  • FirstNet is a “marriage” between technology & public safety
  • The leader’s of Indiana’s FirstNet planning group reflect this partnership

Co-Chairpersons

John Hill, Governor’s Chief Deputy for Public Safety

Paul Baltzell, Indiana Chief Information Officer (CIO)

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Indiana FirstNet Executive Committee

Voting Members

  • Governor’s Public Safety Advisor
  • IN Department of Natural Resources
  • IN Criminal Justice Institute
  • IN Office of Management & Budget
  • Supreme Court of Indiana
  • IN Utility Regulatory Commission
  • IN Dept. of Environmental Mgmt.
  • IN Dept. of Administration
  • IN State Department of Health (ISDH)
  • IN Alcohol and Tobacco Commission
  • Office of the Attorney General
  • Emergency Medical Service Commission
  • SIEC members (all can vote)
  • IN 911 Executive Director
  • IN Department of Revenue
  • additional members as deemed necessary
  • SIEC members (all can vote)
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Indiana FirstNet Executive Committee

Statewide Interoperability Executive Committee

  • One representative from each of the 10 Indiana Homeland Security Districts
  • State Agencies – INDOT, IDHS, ISDH, ISP
  • Indiana National Guard
  • Red Cross
  • Local Public Safety Answering Point (PSAPs)
  • Amateur Radio
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Indiana FirstNet Executive Committee

Other Participants (non-voting)

  • Wireless Telecommunications
  • Wired Telecommunications
  • Higher Education
  • K-12 Schools
  • Electrical Utilities
  • Gas utilities
  • Indiana Hospital Assn.
  • Railroads
  • Libraries
  • Emergency Managers

ALL interested parties are encouraged to participate in the discussion! Contact us if you’d like to get involved.

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Executive Committee met yesterday for a “Broadband Coverage Workshop”

  • The US Office of Emergency Communications (OEC) led the workshop. Presented data collected from a variety of nationwide sources to establish a baseline/starting point when establishing coverage objectives for FirstNet
    • We can use this data and refine it to meet our unique public safety operational needs
guidelines
Guidelines

Focus on coverage….not infrastructure

  • The goal is to define and prioritize operational coverage needs
  • RAN site selection, backhaul, hardening requirements, etc. are for a later discussion
  • These site selection factors will be addressed through SLIGP funding

This is a starting point…..nothing is final

  • The maps provided by OEC are to help States identify its own coverage objectives
  • Many coverage factors/approaches that the State develops can/will adjust throughout the consultation process
guidelines1
Guidelines

LTE is a mobile data solution first…..mission critical voice is yet to come

  • NPSBN will initially support mission critical data and (potentially) supplementary voice
  • System will not replace need for land mobile radio (LMR) systems (based on current technology)
focus on coverage
Focus on Coverage
  • Capacity
  • How many total users?
  • What is their operational area?
  • What type of applications do they use?
  • Coverage
  • Where is reliable coverage needed?
  • For what level/ device types?
  • Using what potential methods?
  • RAN Design
  • Estimated number of sites
  • Initial cost estimate
  • Parameters for asset data collection
how will we collect this information
How will we collect this information?
  • Prior to consultation with FirstNet, IPSC will
    • Validate agency information
    • Gauge interest and needs
    • Disseminate information as it becomes available
  • Expect to be contacted by one of our new Field/Outreach Coordinators
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IPSC Outreach Coordinator Assignments

North/West Coordinator

Jon Allen

jo@ipsc.in.gov

317.752.5021

South/East Coordinator

Aaron Gurley

bgurley@ipsc.in.gov

317.306.0301

sligp activities
SLIGP Activities
  • Governance: Establish or enhance a governance structure to consult with FirstNet;
  • Representation: Ensure local and tribal representation when the State is consulting with FirstNet;
  • Education: Conduct education and outreach for all relevant stakeholders that will be involved in the PSBN;
  • Users: Identify potential public safety users for the PSBN;
  • MOU: Develop a standard Memorandum of Agreement appropriate for the State to facilitate the possible sharing of infrastructure with FirstNet;
  • Staffing: Develop staffing plans to involve local and tribal stakeholders in a future data collection in consultation with FirstNet;
  • SCIP: Prepare a comprehensive plan as part of the Statewide Communication Interoperability Plan (SCIP), or a plan complementary and similar to the SCIP, describing the public safety needs that the grantee expects FirstNet to address, plus relevant milestones; and
  • Infrastructure Data Collection (Phase 2): Maximize use of existing public/private assets to reduce costs and speed deployment
resources
Resources
  • Indiana FirstNet information website
  • Firstnet’s website: www.firstnet.gov
  • Mobile Data Survey Tool
mobile data survey tool
Mobile Data Survey Tool

www.publicsafetytools.info

mdst example questions
MDST Example Questions

1. Agency Info: Name, Discipline, Location, Contact info

2. Commercial Systems: Provider, Cost, Devices, Contracts

3. Private Systems: Provider, Cost, Radios

4. Wireless Services: Barriers, Personal Use, Coverage

5. NPSBN Info: Awareness, Applications, Potential Assets, MOAs

6. LMR: Radio counts, cost, end of life

phase 2 sligp
Phase 2 SLIGP
  • We don’t expect locals to do all this on their own
  • Bulk of SLIGP $$ is for contacted data collection services
summary
Summary
  • State should develop an understanding of their operational user requirements to be communicated to FirstNet
    • Coverage
    • Users (Capacity)
  • FirstNetwill develop a system design based on these needs which will be refined through consultation
  • Focus outreach on the near-term needs of consultation
  • OEC and tools available to public safety agencies
    • Coverage and User Information
    • Mobile Data Survey Tool
    • Broadband Resources
ipsc contact information
IPSC Contact Information

Dave Vice – State Point of Contact (SPOC) dvice@ipsc.in.gov

Steve Skinner – Statewide Interoperability Coordinator (SWIC)sskinner@ipsc.in.gov

Sally Fay – Director of Communications & Outreach sfay@ipsc.in.gov

Aaron Gurley – South/East Outreach Coordinator

bgurley@ipsc.in.govJon Allen – North/West Outreach Coordinator joallen@ipsc.in.gov