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Emergency Responders Can’t Communicate, DHS Warns

The federal government has given more than $2.1 billion to states for interoperable communications since 2003, but many emergency responders still cannot communicate with each other, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff warned at a conference in Washington. Chertoff said training, leadership, and standards for new technology are the keys to coordinating efforts during and after emergencies, and his goal is for interoperability across the nation. Full Story

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