I-15/90 Corridor Interoperability Communications Consortium
Four counties (Anaconda-Deer Lodge, Beaverhead, Butte-Silver Bow and Granite) formed the I-15/90 Corridor Interoperable Communications Consortium to develop and implement a strategy for interoperable communications. The consortium assessed member's radio communications needs and capabilities and defined a comprehensive implementation strategy aimed at achieving a reliable, effective and a fully interoperable communications system within and between member counties; between neighboring consortia; and between all local, state, tribal and federal entities involved in emergency management and response.
The system is close to providing advanced digital, secure voice and data communications for public safety. The system is based on current federal and state communication standards by which public safety and emergency management representatives can operate autonomously and transition seamlessly to communicate effectively in an all-hazard emergency mission role.
- Letter of Intent
- Memorandum of Understanding
- SIEC CDP Abstract
- I-15/90 Presentation to Governor's Conference 2005 (ppt)