Federal Engineering Expands Canadian Practice
Monday, September 21, 2020 | Comments

Federal Engineering expanded its Canadian consulting practice.

“Federal Engineering has been providing PSAP and radio consulting services to Canadian jurisdictions for almost a decade,” said Ronald F. Bosco. “We are expanding our Canadian practice to provide more in-country resources so we can better serve our clients.”

Federal Engineering added Cindy Sparrow, specializing in police, fire, EMS, and public-safety answering point (PSAP) operations and technology; Fadi Dabliz, an emergency number professional (ENP) specializing in E9-1-1, next-generation (NG) 9-1-1, emergency services IP networks (ESInets), PSAP operations and technology, and dispatch; and Keri Brennan, a geographic information system (GIS) professional (GISP) and ENP specializing in dispatch and PSAP operations with a focus on GIS to support this expansion. The three supplement Federal Engineering’s long-time Canadian consultants Michel Dubé and Eric Parry.

The Federal Engineering team brings an average of more than 30 years of industry experience and public-safety knowledge to the market. The team members have spent most of their careers working for public safety in Canada.

“They enhance our broad perspective of the Canadian public-safety communications landscape,” said Bosco. “We are proud to bring such experienced personnel to the marketplace, expanding our support for FE’s Canadian clients.”

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