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The CASM tool was released July 18, 2005 for general use by Urban Areas that received grants from the Dept. of Homeland Security.
CASM is composed of two components, CAS - Communications Assets Survey to collect data and CAM - Communications Assets Mapping for interoperability analysis.
The purpose of the tool is to provide access to public safety communications and interoperability. It is a single database that is used to collect information about land mobile radio systems, other interoperability methods and how they are used by public safety agencies within an urban area or state.
Access is controlled, all users must have an individual account and each account has access to the urban area or state that they associated with.
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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
SCIP - State of Ohio Statewide Communications Interoperability Plan
SAFECOM Grant Guidance - Recommended Guidance for Federal Grant Programs
NTIA - National Telecommunications and Information Administration