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A Coronavirus Update from Mission Critical Partners

To our clients, partners and friends:

Mission Critical Partners (MCP) is closely monitoring the development of the COVID-19 outbreak. Our hearts go out to anyone in the community who may be affected. The welfare of our professionals, our clients and the communities in which we work is of utmost importance to us.

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Topics: Company News

Posted on March 13, 2020

MCP in the News: Local Governments, Google Band Together to Fix 311

An article recently posted by Government Technology,  discusses how a group of local governments and search engine giant Google have partnered up to create National 311 Day.

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Topics: Industry News, Public Safety Technology, Company News, Consulting

Posted on March 11, 2020

MCP in the News: CEO Kevin Murray Discusses Acquisitions, Vision with Urgent Communications

Last week, MCP Chairman and CEO Kevin Murray, talks about the MCP's three acquisitions during the past 18 months, as well as how the additional expertise is designed to better position MCP to help advise 911 centers making the transition from voice-only operations to workflows that also integrates multimedia, including data and video.

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Posted on February 21, 2020

MCP to Support State of Arizona in Effort to Advance Emergency Response

Phoenix, A.Z., (February 6, 2020)—The State of Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA) has selected Mission Critical Partners (MCP), a leading public safety consulting and information technology (IT) support services firm, to assist with the procurement of an Emergency Services Internet Protocol Network (ESInet) and Next Generation Core Services (NGCS), part of the ADOA’s ongoing efforts to enhance emergency response for its citizens by modernizing its 9-1-1 infrastructure.

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MCP In the News: University Police Continue to Upgrade Campus Cameras

Mission Critical Partners is supporting an emergency response initiative at California State University - Fullerton, in Fullerton, Calif., analyzing on-campus cameras and their effectiveness. The goal of the project is to look at areas on campus with the greatest need and provide guidance for security updates, said Mike Miller, MCP business development manager and a CSUF alumnus.

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Topics: Company News

Posted on February 5, 2020