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MCP In the News: Nebraska's Long Haul to Implement Next-Generation 911

Read Government Technology's article that discusses how the Nebraska Public Service Commission and Mission Critical Partners are addressing key obstacles to the rollout of statewide next-generation 911.

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Topics: Next Generation 911 Networks, Industry News, Company News

Posted on May 29, 2019

Pennsylvania Counties Implement Award-Winning Regional CAD System to Support Emergency Response

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (April 9, 2019)—A regional computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system implemented by four counties in western Pennsylvania and supported by Mission Critical Partners (MCP) recently received one of the prestigious 2019 Governor’s Awards for Local Government Excellence in the category of information technology.

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Topics: Industry News, Public Safety, 911, Awards

Posted on April 9, 2019

Pilot Project Tests Prototype Social Media Tool to Improve Emergency Response Outcomes

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (October 26, 2018)—Charleston County Consolidated 911 Center, Mission Critical Partners (MCP), RapidSOS and RapidDeploy today announced the results from a pilot project completed in September that tested the use of social media data in emergency response.

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Mission Critical Partners to Provide Consolidation Support for Montana State University and Gallatin County 911

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (September 14, 2018)—Mission Critical Partners (MCP), a leading consulting and lifecycle management services firm in the public safety field, today announced that they will partner with Montana State University and Gallatin County, MT, to decommission the university’s existing dispatch operations center and consolidate staff and operations into the Gallatin County 911 Communications Center to improve efficiency and reduce costs.

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Charles County, MD, to Partner with MCP to Conduct Fire, Rescue and EMS Assessment

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (July 19, 2018)—Mission Critical Partners (MCP), a leading consulting and lifecycle management services firm in the public safety field, today announced that they have been selected as a partner by Charles County, MD, to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the combined career and volunteer fire, rescue and emergency medical services (EMS) system in place in the County.

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Topics: Industry News, Public Safety, Consulting

Posted on July 19, 2018