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MCP in the News: The State of NG911 in the US

This article originally appeared in MissionCritical Communications and can be read here.

It seems universally accepted that the birth of Next Generation 911 (NG911) service in the United States occurred when the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) released in 2001 its “E9-1-1 Future Path Plan.” Ever since then, state and local 911 authorities, with support from the federal government, have strived to implement NG911 technology, which represents a quantum leap forward in terms of service delivery compared with legacy 911 systems.

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MCP Launches Advanced Cybersecurity Training Program

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (August 26, 2021)—Mission Critical Partners (MCP), a leading provider of data integration, consulting, network, and cybersecurity solutions, today announced the launch of a new advanced training program aimed to prepare public safety and justice organizations to be cognizant of cyberattack threats, why and how they work, and how to strengthen their defenses against them.

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MCP in the News: How to Turn the Data Tsunami into Actionable Intelligence

Better data management and information exchange between the 911 system, LE agencies and the courts will enhance decision-making and improve outcomes

This article originally appeared in Police1 and can be viewed here.

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Mission Critical Partners Acquires MTG Management Consultants, Boosting Its Capabilities for the Justice and Public Safety Sectors

Acquisition furthers MCP’s opportunities to help agencies integrate complex systems and data, and to build workflows that break down silos

STATE COLLEGE, PA (February 16, 2021) — Mission Critical Partners (MCP) today announced the acquisition of MTG Management Consultants (MTG), a Seattle-based firm that provides strategy and management services to local, county and state government entities. The acquisition further strengthens MCP’s credentials as the leading provider of consulting services—as well as data-integration, network and cybersecurity solutions—for public safety and justice sector clients to enhance their technologies and operations.

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MCP in the News: How Much Tech is Too Much?

Technology may be distracting us from our most effective emergency response.

This article originally appeared in Public Safety Communciations' magazine, and can be found here.

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