Guam governor approves plan to improve first responder network

HAGÅTÑA, Guam — Gov. Edward B. Calvo approved Guam’s participation in the First Responder Network Authority — commonly known as FirstNet — program to enhance first responder communications systems on Jan. 4. FirstNet is an independent authority with the U.S. Department of Commerce that was chartered in 2012 in order to create and operate a dedicated broadband network for first responders such as firefighters, police and emergency medical services. FirstNet, in partnership with AT&T, first began consulting with government of Guam officials and Guam’s public safety community in October 2015 . . .

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