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2 © SAIC. All rights reserved. Planning for FirstNet in Oregon July 2014 Steve Noel Statewide Interoperability Coordinator (SWIC) SWIC-OPSBN Additional information, references, and permissions can be found in Oregon Public Safety Broadband Network Planning For FirstNet Technical Report, SWIC-OPSBN This presentation was prepared by SAIC under contract with the Oregon Department of Transportation using funds under award S13041 from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC). The statements, findings, conclusions, and recommendations are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NTIA, DOC, or FirstNet.

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4 To provide emergency responders with the first nationwide, high-speed, wireless broadband network dedicated to public safety FirstNet becomes Law PL authorized to build the FirstNet network. Funded by spectrum auctions through The first auction netted of bandwidth has been dedicated to public safety in the prime frequency range FirstNet Board of Directors’ 15 members have backgrounds in police, fire, sheriff, emergency medical, city government, and commercial telecommunications. Governor appoints 1 single Point of Contact and governing body to represent the state’s interests to FirstNet. 40 member Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) advises FirstNet on public safety intergovernmental matters.

5 Potential FirstNet public safety users Law Enforcement Fire Services Medical Services Federal Gov’t State Gov’t Utilities nationwide

6 Square Miles Public Safety Agencies Counties Tribes FirstNet must provide service in all 5 and Washington, D.C. 50 territories, states,

7 FirstNet coverage challenge: geography is divided into 5 categories. Dense Urban Urban Suburban Rural Wilderness Dense urban, urban and suburban are where most people live, but make up only 5% of the US land mass.

8 To meet this challenge, FirstNet is considering a 3-in-1 network architecture using land-based cellular, satellite and deployable systems to provide coverage.

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10 faster than 3G wireless service

11 To offer public safety grade services at a cost that’s competitive and compelling to users. – FirstNet Tenet

12 Business plan Outreach and awareness Collect local data and design network Governor reviews design offer and opts in or out of FirstNet network deployment Last spectrum auction Network substantially in operation Integrate Next Generation Develop and award supplier RFP Establish network core

13 SWIC-OPSBN © SAIC. All rights reserved. For more FirstNet Facts… Steve Noel Oregon SWIC Office /Cell Or, visit our website: Contact:

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