Project SAFECOM: Key Cross-agency Emergency Communications Effort Requires Stronger Collaboration : Report to Congressional Requesters
U.S. United States General Accounting Office, 2004 - Emergency communication systems - 22 pages
Project SAFECOM's goal is to achieve interoperability among emergency response communications at all levels of government, while at the same time realizing cost savings.
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ability of Project Accounting Office achieve interoperability achieving communications interoperability AGILE AGILE Program Appendix I Comments Balanced Scorecard collaboration with stakeholders Committee on Government Communications Effort Requires coordinate Cross-Agency Emergency Communications current project team Department of Homeland Department of Justice draft e-government initiative Effort Requires Stronger electronic government Emergency Communications Effort Emergency Management Agency federal agencies Federal Emergency Management federal funding partners federal programs FEMA appointed FICC Fiscal year 2003 Force on Interoperability future interoperability GAO's goals governance structure identified implemented improved interoperability Key Cross-Agency Emergency leadership levels of government limited progress management team MOUs National Task Force objective of achieving overall objective performance measures President's Management Agenda program management program officials Project SAFECOM project's stakeholders PSWN public safety agencies public safety communications radio Ranking Minority Member Requires Stronger Collaboration SAFECOM Program Secretary of Homeland specific strategy U.S. Department U.S. General Accounting Washington wireless communications