Congratulations to Kathryn Schmelzer (SERESA)
APCO, Intl 2021 Telecommunicator of the Year
9-1-1 SAVES ACT UPDATE
On September 24th the 9-1-1 Saves Act passed the House as part of the fiscal year 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
As part of APCO's ongoing efforts, our advocacy platform is actively facilitating a grassroots campaign to send letters to members of Congress seeking support. Please TAKE ACTION and contact your representative and senators today, and encourage others to do so as well.
Reference HB2351 and SB1175
offered throughout the year
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The Next APCO/NENA Meeting MSP 6th District HQ
2290 4 Mile Rd NW, Grand Rapids
Thursday, January 27th at 10:00 am
This will be a hybrid meeting
ZOOM link will be coming soon
Quick Learn during the meeting
2022 EXECUTIVE BOARD
RFP template to assist in crafting an effective RFP aligned with actual operational needs in your center
President Chris Collom
1st Vice President Kim Grafton
2nd Vice President Dave Rapacz
Sgt-at-Arms Kelley Cunningham
Secretary Michelle James
Treasurer Phyllis Fuller
Imm. Past President Sandy Nielsen
Executive Council Kim Ostin
Commercial Rep. Larry Stidham
Cybercrime Support Network Information
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