SAFECOM P25 CAP Task Force

SAFECOM P25 CAP Task Force

DHS has moved the P25 CAP Advisory Panel (AP) under the SAFECOM governance structure, which is managed by the DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). This transition provides P25 CAP activities with a broader audience via SAFECOM users, and leverages the legislative authority that SAFECOM maintains in support of emergency communications. The current AP membership will remain the same with the P25 CAP Task Force. This transition only involves the AP changing to a SAFECOM Task Force. There are no changes to P25 CAP at large, which remains under DHS S&T.

For additional information on the SAFECOM P25 CAP Task Force, please contact SAFECOMGovernance@hq.dhs.gov.

 

 Jason Ervin, Lower Colorado River Authority, Texas; Arnold Hooper, State of Tennessee; Roger Strope (Vice Chair), State of Missouri; Mike Kionka, State of Colorado; Dan Robinson, State of Michigan; Joseph Heaps, National Institute of Justice; Chris Kindelspire, Grundy County, Illinois; Chief (ret.) Gerald Reardon (Chair), City of Cambridge Massachusetts Fire Department.
Photo taken at APCO 2018. Pictured from left to right: Jason Ervin, Lower Colorado River Authority, Texas; Arnold Hooper, State of Tennessee; Roger Strope (Vice Chair), State of Missouri; Mike Kionka, State of Colorado; Dan Robinson, State of Michigan; Joseph Heaps, National Institute of Justice; Chris Kindelspire, Grundy County, Illinois; Chief (ret.) Gerald Reardon (Chair), City of Cambridge Massachusetts Fire Department. Not pictured here: John Evanoff, Federal Communications Commission; Red Grasso, North Carolina Department of Information Technology; Eric Dye, State of California’s Public Safety Communications.

 

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