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LAWA Releases After Action Report

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On March 18th, the Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) released to the public the after action report of the November 1, 2013 active-shooter incident that resulted in the death of a TSA Agent Gerardo Hernandez, and the wounding of two other agents and one passenger.

The full report can be found on the LAWA website.

After action reports are not designed to point fingers or place blame.  They are designed to identify what happened, what could have been prevented, what worked well and what improvements can be made in response to future events. They are a learning tool for planning and implementing various response and emergency management processes.

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FCC BDA Requirement

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The FCC has released a public notice announcing the availability of software for on-line registration of locations where Part 90 Class B Signal Boosters or BDA's are operating.

Anyone that is operating equipment that fits into that category MUST register the device with the FCC. There are certain timelines that are mandated in the document.

More information may be found at:

47 CFR. 90.219

www.fcc.gov/signal-boosters/registration

http://mccmag.com/newsArticle.cfm?news_id=10326

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What is CCNC, Inc.?

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 The Consolidated Communications Network of Colorado, Inc. (CCNC) is the user and managing organization of the Statewide Digital Trunked Radio System Network (DTRS). The State of Colorado began discussions with local governments in 1992 on a wide area system that users could utilize as primary communications or for inter-agency communications. Plans were developed but funding in the early 1990's became the issue.
 
Today‚Äôs DTR System began to truly evolve in 2001 where it grew from a shared system between two counties. The Statewide Digital Trunked Radio System today is a standards based (APCO Project 25) radio system and currently has several different manufacturers producing tiered radio solutions for the user community. The DTR System is a tremendous example of a successful State and Local technical project. CCNC is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) corporation founded in 2002.

 
To find out more information about DTRS, visit The State of Colorado's Office of Information Technology website.

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