News From MCP

  • NATIONAL 911 PROGRAM ANNOUNCES AUGUST 9TH STATE OF 911 WEBINAR

    Join this webinar for a conversation about the pros, cons and alternatives of a national address database, the assistance available for counties who do not have electronic address data, and the findings from the National Address Database Summit. Also learn about the preparation for NG911 deployment and two-year GIS effort in the National Capital Region, and the

  • NATIONAL 911 PROGRAM ANNOUNCES NEXT STATE OF 911 WEBINAR

    Join this webinar for an overview of FirstNet’s current outreach efforts to the public safety community, and to learn more about a variety of tools and data expected to be available in a fully integrated FirstNet and NG911 system, which will help improve public safety communication nationwide.

  • MARCH CONTINUING EDUCATION SESSIONS ANNOUNCED BY MCP

      PORT MATILDA, Pa. (February 10, 2016)—The fast-paced nature and demands of emergency communications makes it challenging to set aside time for education sessions, however, it is vitally important to stay abreast of new technologies, legislation and strategic planning because lives count on 9-1-1. In order to help public safety communications agencies stay current, Mission

  • ARIZONA FIRSTNET DATA COLLECTION EFFORTS SUPPORTED BY MISSION CRITICAL PARTNERS

    Port Matilda, Pa. (January 25, 2015)—Mission Critical Partners, Inc. (MCP) announced today that it is supporting the Arizona Public Safety Broadband Program on a variety of tasks related to the National Public Safety Broadband Network (NPSBN), which is being developed as part of the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet). FirstNet was created as an independent

  • MISSION CRITICAL PARTNERS ANNOUNCES JANUARY CONTINUING EDUCATION SERIES

    PORT MATILDA, Pa. (January 21, 2016)—The fast-paced nature and demands of emergency communications makes it challenging to set aside time for education sessions, however, it is vitally important to stay abreast of new technologies, legislation and strategic planning because lives count on 9-1-1. In order to help public safety communications agencies stay current, Mission Critical

  • HORRY COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA SELECTS CONSULTING SUPPORT FOR NEW RADIO SYSTEM DEPLOYMENT

    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (December 23, 2015)—Mission Critical Partners, Inc. (MCP) announced today that Horry County, South Carolina, has selected the firm to support the county as it transitions its legacy six-site, 800 MHz analog trunked radio system to a Project 25 (P25)-compatible digital trunked radio system. The legacy system will reach end of life in

  • HUNTER JOINS RANKS OF MISSION CRITICAL PARTNERS EXPERT STAFF

    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (November 6, 2015)—Mission Critical Partners, Inc. (MCP) announced today that Michael Hunter, the longtime president and chief executive officer of RCC Consultants has joined the firm as director of wireless services. Hunter has enjoyed a distinguished career in public safety and land mobile radio (LMR) communications that has spanned nearly five decades.

  • MISSION CRITICAL PARTNERS' GROWTH ADDS ADDITIONAL SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS

    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (October 19, 2015)—Mission Critical Partners, Inc. (MCP) announced today the addition of several new staff members who recently joined the firm in a variety of roles, including consulting, administration, and information technology. The staff expansion is being driven by the firm’s impressive growth this year; Inc. magazine, in its 34th annual ranking,

  • NATIONAL 911 PROGRAM COMMENCES STUDY ON NEXT GENERATION 911 COSTS

    Assessment will include service requirements and specifications for Next Generation 911 The 911 system plays an important role in public safety, serving as the primary communication tool for the public in emergencies for nearly 50 years.  As consumer technology has evolved  – from landline to cell phones and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology –

  • INC. MAGAZINE UNVEILS 34TH ANNUAL LIST OF AMERICA’S FASTEST-GROWING PRIVATE COMPANIES—THE INC. 5000