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CASM was initially released July 18, 2005 for use by Urban Areas that received grants from the Dept. of Homeland Security. Its use has since been extended to and recommended for use by all government entities submitting TICP information with grant applications.
Although only those authorized to do so may input and modify database information, all users can access its interoperability analysis features or generate reports in formats accepted by federal programs.
The tool which originally consisted of two components to separately collect and graphically view database information has since been consolidated into a single web-based application. It and other emergency communication related resources are available on the Department of Homeland Security OEC/ICTAP website at https://casmnextgen.com/ along with instructions on how to obtain access.
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APCO - The Association of Public Safety Communications Officials - International
NIIX - National Interoperability Information eXchange
NECP - National Emergency Communications Plan
NPSTC - National Public Safety Telecommunications Council
NIFOG - National Interoperability Field Operations Guide
SAFECOM Grant Guidance - Recommended Guidance for Federal Grant Programs
NTIA - National Telecommunications and Information Administration