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The Emergency Response Interoperability Center (ERIC) Technical Advisory
Committee

The mission of ERIC is to establish a technical and operational framework that will ensure nationwide operability and interoperability in deployment and operation of the 700 MHz public safety broadband wireless network.

Each appointee of the ERIC Technical Advisory Committee is either a federal official, an elected officer of a state or local government, or a designated employee authorized to act on behalf of such an officer. These appointments are effective immediately and shall terminate at the Bureau’s discretion.

2/28/12 Public Safety And Homeland Security Bureau Terminates the Emergency Response Interoperability Center Public Safety Advisory Committee. | Public Notice

2/28/12 Public Safety And Homeland Security Bureau Terminates the Emergency Response Interoperability Center Technical Advisory Committee. | Public Notice

9/16/10 FCC Extends Deadline for Nominations for Membership on the Emergency Response Interoperability Center Public Safety Advisory Committee. | Public Notice

8/11/10 Implementing a Nationwide, Broadband, Interoperable Public Safety Network in the 700 MHz Band. | Order

6/21/10 Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau Appoints Members to the Emergency Response Interoperability Center Technical Advisory Committee. | Public Notice

4/23/10 Establishment of an Emergency Response Interoperability Center. | Order

ERIC Information

Contact Information

Gene Fullano, Associate Chief, Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau, 202-418-0492

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