Successful NG9-1-1 GIS programs encompass many unique needs beyond GIS. GeoComm is pleased to offer a webinar aimed at helping you understand these unique needs. Your NG9-1-1 GIS program focus will need to encompass stakeholder engagement and education, planning, maintenance workflows, and more. Concentrating on these elements will ensure your organization achieves the public safety grade GIS data required for mission critical NG9-1-1 systems.
During this webinar you will:
- Learn about the impacts of NG9-1-1 on local, regional, and state GIS programs
- Discuss GIS data preparedness activities required for a successful NG9-1-1 GIS program
- Find out the latest standards guiding the use of GIS in 9-1-1
- Hear about best practices for framing up the next steps of your NG9-1-1 GIS approach
This webinar will feature industry experts and GeoComm subject matter experts Deb Rozeboom, Jessica Frye, and Kathy Liljequist and take place on Friday, January 11 at 11:00 a.m. Central Time.
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Deb Rozeboom, ENP, PMP, GISP:
Deb Rozeboom is the general manager of GeoComm’s West Coast Office in Oregon. She is a public safety GIS professional with over 14 years’ experience leading numerous GIS, 9-1-1, and NG9-1-1 projects. Deb is a certified Emergency Number Professional (ENP), Project Management Professional (PMP), and GIS Professional (GISP). In addition, Deb is actively involved in NENA serving on work groups such as the GIS Data Model for NG9-1-1, GIS Data Stewardship for NG9-1-1, and CLDXF.
Jessica Frye, ENP:
Jessica Frye is a GeoComm Project Manager. Jessica’s experience is specific to public safety, GIS, and NG9-1-1. She served on the Governor-appointed Kansas 911 Coordinating Council and established the GIS subcommittee to focus on preparing jurisdictional GIS data for NG9‐1‐1. She is also a certified Emergency Number Professional and involved in NENA work groups including the GIS Data Model for NG9-1-1, GIS Data Stewardship for NG9-1-1, and CLDXF.
Kathy Liljequist, a GeoComm GIS consultant has led 100s of projects specific to public safety, GIS, and NG9-1-1. Over the years Kathy has been involved in many NENA committees. Some of which include: Data Management Committee Co-Chair, Data Management Working Group Chair; NG9-1-1GIS Data Model member, Site Structure Address Point Work Group member and theECRF/LVF Working Group member. In addition, Kathy has presented at conferences and other industry events across the country on issues related to NG9-1-1 GIS requirements.