FirstNet is an opportunity to make a fundamental difference in every public safety responder’s approach to managing emergencies and will ultimately revolutionize public safety communications.

FirstNet Public-Private Infrastructure Investment Helps Law Enforcement, EMS, Firefighters & PSAPS Keep America Safe

AT&T has been selected by the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) to build and manage the first broadband network dedicated to America’s police, firefighters, and emergency medical services (EMS). With FirstNet, AT&T will be able to offer first responders the technology they need to better communicate and collaborate across agencies and jurisdictions.

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The Internet of Lifesaving Things: Smarter Cities, Smarter Response

With all 50 U.S. states, five territories, and the District of Columbia opted into FirstNet, AT&T is given a unique opportunity to bridge public safety capabilities with the Internet of Things (IoT).

FIRSTNET Unveiled: America’s Only Communications Platform Dedicated to Public Safety Gets a Dedicated Brand

FirstNet brings public safety a dedicated communications platform to help them save lives and protect communities. And now AT&T has unveiled the new visual identity for FirstNet products and services.

Six Key Facts About FirstNet

FirstNet is making first responder communications simpler, safer, faster, and more effective.

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Symposium on FirstNet: America’s Public Safety Broadband Network

July 10, 2018

The Policy Forum at AT&T hosted an in-depth discussion on FirstNet and the efforts currently underway to build, deploy, and operate the first-ever nationwide public safety broadband network. The discussion featured Chris Sambar, Senior Vice President, AT&T, FirstNet Program.

A fireside chat followed where FirstNet participants in public safety and other governmental users discussed their recent interactions and experiences with FirstNet. The fireside chat was moderated by Stacy SchwartzVice PresidentPublic Safety, AT&T Business Solutions – Global Public Sector. Panelists included Chris Algiere, Director – Federal and National Programs, First Responder Network Authority; Mike Newburn, Communications Technology Manager – Wireless Director, Fairfax County; Eddie Reyes, Director of the Office of Public Safety, Prince William County, VA, and Chair for the IACP Communications Committee; and Joseph M. WasselDirectorC4 Resilience & Mission AssuranceU.S. Department of Defense.

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