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Statewide Interoperable Radio Communications Internet Transport System (SIRCITS) to the Project Certification Committee Mike Neitzey, Program Manager Department.

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1 Statewide Interoperable Radio Communications Internet Transport System (SIRCITS) to the Project Certification Committee Mike Neitzey, Program Manager Department of Information Technology April 18, 2012

2 Project History SIRCITS grant was awarded in August 2010 under the second round of Broadband Technology Opportunity Program (BTOP) grant solicitations from the Department of Commerce. The purpose of the grant is to complete the transition of the statewide public safety microwave system from analog to digital allowing broadband access to anchor institutions and allowing the state and its partners (through sharing agreements) to support broadband service in un-served, underserved and tribal areas. A last mile component will deploy 700 MHz public safety broadband service.

3 Organization Reorganized effective April 3, 2012 Mike Neitzey - Program Manager Woody Dyche - LTE lead Vince Bradley - DMW Operations Manager Bill McMahon – Logistics & Marketing Mike Romero - Financial Coordinator Irene Sanchez - Financial, CertiClear, POC for Grants online Chad Lee - Business Analyst (Contracts & Scheduling)

4 Organization

5 Project Status Completed Environmental Assessments on the all sites (have FONSI) Price Agreements for construction of the 59 middle mile sites Contracts in place (with amendments) covering Project Management Design Construction Implementation IV&V Legal Hire Term positions Started the RFP process for the 700MHz LTE build

6 Budget Status Budget allocated  Total - $55,700,000 Federal BTOP - $38,699,997 State Matching - $5,399,999 State In-Kind Matching $11,600,004 Budget status Area Expended to dateRemaining EncumberedEstimated to CompleteEstimated TotalRemaining DMW $5,606, $24,176, $2,295, $32,078, $571, LTE $ $ $ $ $8,681, Other Admin $2,211, $1,205, $10, $13,427, $941, Total $17,818, $25,381, $2,305, $45,505, $10,194,551.17

7 DMW Status Design - Feasibility analysis, RF design, and Construction design are completed for all but 4 Sites Construction has begun at 5 Sites Equipment orders include: 25 towers (Sabre) 24 shelters (Modular Connections) 24 generators (Cummins) 33 backup battery systems (NGH) All RF kits (radio + antennas) for 69 links (Aviat) All Network equipment for 59 sites (Cisco)

8 DMW Timeline

9 LTE Status NTIA directive Do not purchase any LTE equipment Focus on Site Analysis, Site Selection, Design RFP ITB to establish Price Agreements for equipment Developing the Roles/Responsibility matrix for the RFP

10 Risk & Issues Weather and Fire restrictions play a role in upgrade delays encountered at several remote radio sites. Completion of updated site lease agreements can also cause unexpected delays. No funding for Demolition Purchase/move of LMR equipment

11 Thank You……. Questions?


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