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News Release
State Interoperability Executive Council to Meet - 02/08/24

The State Interoperability Executive Council (SIEC) will meet Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2024, 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. The meeting will take place virtually via Microsoft Teams. A call-in option is also available. The meeting is open to the public and comments will be taken from those in attendance or who call in. 

The agenda and handouts are posted on the council’s website. Dial-In information for those who wish to attend over the phone are outlined in the meeting agenda.

What:      State Interoperability Executive Council  

When:     Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2024, 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.

Where:    Via Teleconference:

 Click here to join the meeting 

               Audio Call In: 503-446-4951 Pin: 575457516#

Who:       Members of the State Interoperability Executive Council 

The SIEC was created under the State Chief Information Officer to be the statewide interoperability governing body and to serve as the primary steering group for the Oregon Statewide Interoperability Communications Plan (SCIP). The SIEC’s mission is to develop and maintain the SCIP, develop recommendations and guidelines for policy, identify technology and standards, and coordinate intergovernmental resources to facilitate statewide public safety communications interoperability.

REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION OF DISABILITIES – Reasonable accommodations, such as assistive hearing devices, sign language interpreters and materials in large print or audiotape, will be provided as needed. In order to ensure availability, please contact William Chapman at Enterprise Information Services at telephone 971-283-4607, or email at least 72 hours prior to the meeting with your request.

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