Membership

The FPIC includes more than 200 Federal, State, local, tribal and territorial public safety representatives from over 45 federal agencies, as well as representatives from state, tribal, territorial and local entities, focusing on improving interoperability among the public safety community at all levels of government and addressing common public safety related communications issues.

*indicates Associate Member

Federal

Department of Commerce

National Telecommunications and Information Administration*

Department of Defense

National Guard Bureau
Naval Criminal Investigative Service
Naval Systems Center-SPAWAR Atlantic
US Marine Corps Installation and Logistics Command
US Marine Corps MCAS Yuma

Department of Energy

Office of Spectrum Management
Bonneville Power Administration
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Western Area Power Administration

Department of Homeland Security

Office of Emergency Communications*
Office of Inspector General
Office of Interoperability and Compatibility*
Customs and Border Protection
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Federal Protective Service
Immigrations and Customs Enforcement
Transportation Security Administration
United States (US) Coast Guard
US Citizenship and Immigration Services
US Secret Service

Department of Interior

OCIO-NRSPMO
Bureau of Land Management
National Park Service

Department of Justice

National Institute of Justice
Office of Inspector General
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives
Drug Enforcement Administration
Federal Bureau of Investigation
US Marshals Service

Department of Treasury

Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration

Federal Communications Commission*

US Department of Agriculture

Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

State

Alaska

Alaska Land Mobile Radio (ALMR) User Council

Arizona

Arizona Department of Public Safety (Statewide Interoperability Coordinator)

Colorado

Colorado Department of Transportation
Governor’s Office of Information Technology

Connecticut

Connecticut Emergency Services and Public Protection Division

District of Columbia

District of Columbia Fire/Rescue
District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency

Iowa

Iowa Department of Public Safety (Statewide Interoperability Coordinator)

Kansas

Kansas Office of Emergency Communications (Statewide Interoperability Coordinator)

Maryland

State of Maryland - Maryland First Program Office
Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems
Maryland Transportation Authority

New Hampshire

New Hampshire State Police-Communications Division

Oregon

Oregon State Department of Transportation

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania State Police (Statewide Interoperability Coordinator)

South Carolina

South Carolina Law Enforcement Division
South Carolina Palmetto Communications System Program Office

Texas

Texas Department of Public Safety
Texas Department of Transportation
Lower Colorado River Authority

US Virgin Islands

Bureau of Information Technology

Virginia

Virginia State Police

West Virginia

Division of Homeland Security

Wyoming

Wyoming Public Safety Communications Council
Wyoming Department of Transportation

Cities/Counties

Austin, TX

City of Austin (TX) Communications and Technology Management

Dallas, TX

City of Dallas (TX) Communications Services

Fairfax County, VA

Fairfax County (VA) Information Technology Services
Fairfax County (VA) Police

Johnston County, KS

Johnston County (KS) Emergency Management and Communications (MARRS)

Kansas City, MO

Kansas City (MO) Police (MARRS)

Montgomery County, MD

Montgomery County (MD) Fire and Rescue
Montgomery County (MD) Police

Orange County, CA

Orange County (CA) Department of Telecommunications Services

Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix (AZ) Communications System Program Office

Portland, OR

Portland (OR) Communications System Program Office

Prince William County, VA

Prince William (VA) Police
Prince William (VA) Fire and Rescue
Prince William (VA) Public Safety Communications

Last Published Date: March 29, 2018

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