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NASNA Selects Mission Critical Partners for Interoperability Policy Workshops

Workshops with 911 directors will explore technology, governance, and funding factors to enhance communications between emergency centers and improve public safety response outcomes

State College, Pa. (January 6, 2022) — The National Association of State 911 Administrators (NASNA) selected Mission Critical Partners (MCP) to facilitate a series of regional workshops for 911 directors designed to enhance interoperability between next generation 911 (NG911) systems, public safety broadband communications networks, and other vital communications networks and systems, including traditional land mobile radio and computer-aided dispatch systems.

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Topics: Company News

Posted on January 6, 2022

Rich Cagle Joins Mission Critical Partners to Lead Growth

Mission-critical communications expert brings extensive public-sector experience

State College, Pa. (December 6, 2021) — Mission Critical Partners (MCP) announced today the appointment of John R. (Rich) Cagle as chief growth officer. In this role, Rich will be responsible for all MCP growth activities with a focus on accelerating the expansion of MCP’s lifecycle management services (LMS) business, which spans information technology, cybersecurity management, and data integration. Cagle also will play an active role in advancing MCP’s presence in the justice sector. With this appointment, Rich will join the firm’s executive leadership team and report to Darrin Reilly, MCP’s president and chief executive officer.

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Topics: Meet Our People, Company News

Posted on December 6, 2021

MCP in the News: The National 911 Program Selects Mission Critical Partners for 911 DataPath Pilot Project

This article was originally published on 911.gov News.

The National 911 Program has selected Mission Critical Partners (MCP) to pilot and evaluate the first subset of the 911 DataPath data exchange model. This pilot project is the next step in building a national 911 data system as envisioned by the 911 DataPath Initiative. The first step was the publication of a strategic plan for the “universe” of 911 data, and the second was the release of Administrative Data for 911 Decision-Making, which features the first subset of the 911 data. 

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Topics: Company News

Posted on December 1, 2021

MCP in the News: States need boost for 911 networks and staffing, analysts say

This article originally appeared in StateScoop on November 23, 2021 and can be viewed here.

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Madison County manager: 911 system 'grossly inadequate' as board considers $5M overhaul

This article originally appeared in the Asheville Citizen Times and can be viewed here.

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