State to join FirstNet national emergency communication network

THE R.I. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY HAS CHOSEN FIRSTNET – the First Responder Network Authority, a part of the U.S. Department of Commerce – to provide a wireless broadband communications network for Rhode Island's public safety personnel.
THE R.I. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY HAS CHOSEN FIRSTNET – the First Responder Network Authority, a part of the U.S. Department of Commerce – to provide a wireless broadband communications network for Rhode Island's public safety personnel.
CRANSTON — The R.I. Emergency Management Agency announced that the state will accept the plan from First Responder Network Authority and AT&T to provide wireless broadband for public-safety communications. FirstNet — an independent authority within the federal Department of Commerce — developed the U.S. broadband network that helps first responders serve communities. The group is…

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