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Public Policy Luncheon on Next-generation 911 to Address Accessibility

February – The Center for Advanced Communications Policy (CACP), the Federal Communications Bar Association (FCBA) of Atlanta, and Cox Communications, Inc. will present a luncheon panel on “Next Generation 911:  Location Accuracy, IP Transition and PSAPs, Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities and other 911 Related Issues.” The discussion will take place on March 27th from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm at the Georgia Tech Research Institute: 250 14th St., NW, (Room. 119), Atlanta, GA 30318.

Panelists include:

  • Brian Fontes, CEO, NENA The 9-1-1 Association
  • Matthew Gerst, Counsel, Director of External and State Affairs, CTIA—The Wireless Association
  • Jose Jimenez, Executive Director of External Affairs, Cox Communications Inc.

Moderated by Kennard B. Woods, Senior Counsel, Friend, Hudak & Harris, LLP.

The doors will open at 11:30 a.m. The panel discussion will begin promptly at 12:15 p.m. Complimentary box lunches will be provided with a choice of the following: ham and Swiss, turkey and Swiss, tuna salad, chicken salad or vegetarian.

Please RSVP with reservation confirmation and sandwich selection to: jackie@cacp.gatech.edu  or 404-385-4612 by March 25, 2015.

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