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EAAC Timeline Alignment Subcommittee 7

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Released: September 12, 2012
EAAC
Timeline Alignment
Subcommittee 7
Co‐Chairs:
Kevin Green, Verizon Communications
Don Mitchell, TCS

EAAC
Subcommittee 7 Charter

DEVELOP


Migration Dependencies/Triggers/Sequence of Transition steps



EAAC Provision:  Actions needed for the migration to a national Internet protocol‐enabled network 


to achieve reliable, interoperable communication that will ensure access to 9‐1‐1 emergency 
services by individuals with disabilities.

Rationale for:


Recommendation T6.1: Timing of Requirements:

Recommendation P1.5: NG9‐1‐1 Migration Dependencies:  

Recommendation P1.3: NG9‐1‐1 Rate of Adoption:

Recommendation P1.6: Liability:

Recommendation P1.10: NG9‐1‐1 Transition: 

Recommendation P6.3: Timeline Contingency:

Recommendation P6.4: NG9‐1‐1 Criteria for Readiness:


EAAC
Activities Completed

A Draft diagram of the “Migration Dependencies/Triggers/Sequence of 
Transition steps”



Sources of data for all of:


Recommendation T6.1: Timing of Requirements:

Recommendation P1.5: NG9‐1‐1 Migration Dependencies:  

Recommendation P1.3: NG9‐1‐1 Rate of Adoption:

Recommendation P1.6: Liability:

Recommendation P1.10: NG9‐1‐1 Transition: 

Recommendation P6.3: Timeline Contingency:

Recommendation P6.4: NG9‐1‐1 Criteria for Readiness:


EAAC
Activities Remaining

The subcommittee recognizes there are number of interdependent steps that 
must occur in order to transition to NG9‐1‐1. However, exact dates and timelines 
are difficult to predict given the number of technical, operational and economic 
variables among multiple entities including industry, public safety, policymakers 
and consumers.

The subcommittee is waiting for publication of the Transportation Safety 
Advancement Group, NG9‐1‐1 Office “Survey of NG9‐1‐1 Deployments “

The subcommittee needs to a final review of the existing recommendations.

The subcommittee needs to formulate and agree upon any new 
recommendations. 

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