Australia Releases RFI for National Public-Safety Mobile Broadband
Monday, December 04, 2017 | Comments

Australia released a request for information (RFI) for national public-safety mobile broadband (PSMB) capability.

Australian governments are working together to achieve a nationally interoperable PSMB capability that will enable accessible, reliable and secure high-speed mobile data communications within and between public-safety agencies (PSAs) and across jurisdictions.

The New South Wales (NSW) Telco Authority released the RFI on behalf of all Australian governments to seek information from the telecommunications industry about:
• Current, proposed and potential PSMB service delivery models
• The ability of these PSMB service delivery models to meet the PSMB national objectives and high-level requirements (HLRs) developed collaboratively by Australian governments
• How these PSMB service delivery models might be implemented, including the contribution any spectrum dedicated to PSMB could make to meeting the PSMB national objectives.

The system is being used for invitation for public response to information published on, or accessible through, this website. Examples would include discussion papers, RFIs and registrations for position appointments.

The RFI details are available here.

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On 12/21/17, TelcoSceptic said:
Why on earth would you release something as important as this over the holiday period?

There's no respect of the industry or the agencies they deal with. Until that changes they won't get much love back.

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