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E-911 Stakeholders' Council Meeting Agenda

E911 Stakeholder Council Meeting

May 9, 2006

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Working AGENDA

I. Welcome & Introductions (Sheri Farinha-Mutti, Chair)

II. Expectations from Consumers for E911 (Claude Stout, Executive Director, TDI )

III. Where are we now? Updates:

A. Laws & Regulations for 911 Access (Cheryl King, CGB, FCC)

B. Summary of IP relay and 9-1-1 proceeding comments

(Karen Peltz Strauss, Esq.)

C. Recommendations made to NRIC (Judy Harkins, PhD)

D. PSAP operations update (PSAP/NENA Representatives)

E. DOT initiative - (Jenny Hansen, Director, DOT)

12:20 p.m.-1:00 p.m. Lunch break

1:00 p.m. Solutions Needed by October 2006

A. Identifying the Gaps: (ALL)

o Reverse " 9-1-1" - Emergency Notification Systems

o Relay services - VRS & IP

o Direct text - what are realistic options?

o Consumer education

B. Other Avenues

2:30 PM: Brief Break

2:45 PM: Action Items (ALL)

5:00 p.m. Adjournment

The E911 Stakeholder Council is sponsored by Telecommunications for the Deaf& Hard of Hearing, Inc.

Financial support for today's meeting was made possible by the following companies: Hamilton

Telecommunications, HOVRS, Sorenson, RIM, GoAmerica, and Ultratec. Technology Access Program, Gallaudet

University provided key technical and logistical support.

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