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The National Association of State 911 Administrators (NASNA) is the voice of the states on public policy issues impacting 911. State 911 leaders’ expertise can assist industry associations, public policymakers, the private sector, and emergency communications professionals at all levels of government as they address complex issues surrounding the evolution of emergency communications.
NASNA focuses on three areas:
Developing strategic partnerships with key organizations and individuals who share our interests
Serving as an information sharing and support network for state 911 program administrators
Strengthening relationships with federal lawmakers and agencies
State 911 program administrators are the core membership of NASNA. Each state 911 program is unique - and that uniqueness enriches and adds value to membership in NASNA and to any who seek perspective on how states provide 911 to their citizens.
News and Current Issues
NASNA joins joint letter in support of NG911 Funding - July 25, 2023
FCC proposes rules to facilitate NG911 - NPRM 21-479
NASNA Update on NG911 and NG911 Interoperability NASNA - NG911 and NG911 InterOp
NASNA Letter in Advance of House Subcommittee hearing on “Defending America’s Wireless Leadership" - March 2023
2022 National 911 Data Report Issued - February 2023
FCC Issues 14th Annual 911 Fee Report - January 2023
NASNA NG911 Legislative Letter to the U.S. Senate - August 2022
CISA Issues Free Cybersecurity Toolkit for Elections - August 2022
FCC Chair Rosenworcel Urges Spectrum Auction Funding for NG911 - February 2022
NASNA Public Warning Regarding 3G Network Retirement - November 2021