The Issue

A Commitment to Public Safety

Every day, firefighters, law enforcement officers, EMTs, and other public safety officials risk their lives to help keep America safe. Unfortunately, for many years, these public servants have dealt with communication challenges that have impeded their ability to respond and act in an emergency. After the horrific terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, these challenges emerged in an even greater capacity when first responders could not communicate with one another.

Keeping America Safe is committed to helping our public officials  protect our communities. To do this, we support FirstNet, the first high-speed national broadband network solely dedicated to America’s public safety community. By creating FirstNet, first responders will be able to coordinate and respond more efficiently during times of emergency or crisis.

Emergencies happen when you least expect them. FirstNet provides our public safety officials with the tools they need to save lives and secure our nation, states, and local communities.

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Recent Updates

March 20, 2019

NTIA seeks applicants for FirstNet Authority CEO, board position

Donny Jackson | Urgent Communications | March 20, 2019 On the eve of the quarterly FirstNet Authority board meeting, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) today announced efforts to seek individuals to fill a spot on the FirstNet Authority board and to serve as lead staff member for the FirstNet organization. Read more

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March 15, 2019

Georgia homeland security: We rely on IoT and FirstNet for emergencies and disasters

Corinne Reichert | TechRepublic | March 15, 2019 From law enforcement to hurricanes and even the Super Bowl, Georgia Emergency Management Agency and Homeland Security is relying on smart cities and IoT technology backed up by AT&T’s FirstNet. Read more

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February 28, 2019

FirstNet deployment should be more than 60% complete by end of year, AT&T Exec Says

Donny Jackson | Urgent Communications | February 28, 2019 More than 60% of the planned buildout of the FirstNet system will be completed by the end of this year—months ahead of the contracted schedule—with a realistic possibility that even more progress will be made on the nationwide public-safety broadband network (NPSBN), an AT&T executive said […]

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February 7, 2019

FirstNet proves to be valuable during Super Bowl week in Atlanta, Georgia official says

Donny Jackson | Urgent Communications | February 7, 2019 FirstNet service worked well for agencies helping to secure areas of Atlanta during the Super Bowl and throughout the week of events surrounding the championship game, according to a Georgia state official who participated in the effort. Read more

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February 1, 2019

Fire Politics: 2019: From Communications to Congress

Kevin O’Connor | | February 1, 2019 FirstNet is the appropriate choice for public safety. It is the only non-commercial network dedicated to public safety. It is managed by a board that includes substantial representation from police, fire and governmental agencies. Read more

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