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9-1-1 Advisory Council



Date: Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Time: 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Location: Mitchell Building Room 7
Directions to Mitchell Building Conference Room 7


9-1-1-PSAP Rules - MACo Comments
9-1-1-PSAP Rules - Missoula County Comments
9-1-1-PSAP Rules - MTA Comments
9-1-1 PSAP Rules - Legislative Administrative Rule Review Report
9-1-1 PSAP Rules - Presiding Officer's Report
9-1-1 PSAP Rules - Summary of Comments
9-1-1 PSAP Rules - Proposed Changes in Response to Comments

January 23, 2018  Agenda


Meeting Date Agendas and Documents Minutes
January 23, 2018



Meeting Date Agendas and Documents Minutes
May 18, 2017 Agenda


June 15, 2017 Agenda
2017 Legislation Implementation Summary HB 61
Directions to Mitchell Building
July 20, 2017 Agenda  Minutes
September 21, 2017 Agenda
Subcommittee Membership Rosters and Meeting Schedules
PSAPS with Internet Protocol (IP) Capable Equipment List
October 18, 2017 Agenda Minutes
November 16, 2017 Agenda
House Bill 61 Draft Rules
House Bill 61 Draft Rules Amended
Administrative Rules Process Summary
ARM Adoption Flowchart
House Bill 61 LG Allocation Distribution ARM
House Bill 61 Funding Allocation Analysis
November 16, 2017 Draft Minutes
November 16, 2017 Recording

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9-1-1 Program

Administrative Rules of Montana (ARM) Subcommittee

Statewide Plan/GIS Subcommittee

The 9-1-1 Advisory Council was re-established by Governor Steve Bullock on October 19, 2015. The purpose of the Council is to provide representatives of 9-1-1 jurisdictions and 9-1-1 stakeholders with the opportunity to participate in the development, implementation and management of the State of Montana's 9-1-1 Program.

The Council shall gather information, furnish advice and make recommendations to the Dept. of Administration on the development, implementation and management of the State of Montana's 9-1-1 Program. The council meets the third Thursday of each month.

Governor's Executive Order
Council Members
Travel Claim Form
Archived Meeting Agendas and Materials