In March 2021, the Federal government passed a new $1.9 trillion stimulus plan, called the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) to assist local and state governments improve their capabilities, infrastructure, and services to better respond and manage the COVID19 pandemic. ARPA allocates $350B to help states, counties, cities, and tribal governments, who can allocate ARPA funds to a wide range of projects, including Public Safety network upgrades.
The intent of the bill is to help recover, strengthen and prepare government agencies.
All eligible entities must submit their information to the Treasury Submission Portal.
Today’s networks: Many are obsolete, performance may be degrading, or are unable to support increased usage.
Then came the pandemic: Increased network vulnerability and critical need for upgrades, refreshes, and expansions.
We live in a period of uncertainty and crises.
Public Safety networks support mission critical traffic that requires three key elements: reliability, capacity, and scalability. These networks need to support existing Public Safety users, scale to support next generation applications and be available when emergencies occur. These are requirements are addressed with a robust wireless backhaul network. Aviat’s legacy in the industry along with industry leading solutions offer Public Safety customers:
Superior products that enable the highest capacities, network reliability and lowest total cost of ownership (TCO).
Unmatched public safety experience: US-based leader in designing and supporting mission critical, Public Safety backbone networks AND Industry leader in State and Public Safety network deployments.
Truly local support, with executive, manufacturing, and customer service teams in Texas, and sales/support teams across the country to provide engineering, installation, support, and services.
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How a Large Public Safety Agency is Deploying a Next Generation Network Leveraging Stimulus Funding
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