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WAC 118-66-045

Washington state patrol (WSP) eligible expenses.

Upon designation by a county as a primary PSAP for wireless 9-1-1 calls, a Washington state patrol communications center may be eligible to receive available wireless funds from the state enhanced 9-1-1 account for the following eligible components:
(1) Statewide dialing items:
(a) Coordinator professional development;
(b) Wireless Phase I E9-1-1 service components:
(i) Phase I automatic location identification (ALI);
(ii) Phase I address;
(iii) Service control point Phase I capabilities;
(iv) Phase I ALI database;
(v) Phase I interface to selective router;
(vi) Phase I interface to ALI database;
(vii) Phase I testing;
(viii) Phase I implementation plans;
(ix) Phase I implementation agreements;
(x) Pseudo-ANI (P-ANI);
(xi) MSC Phase I software capabilities;
(xii) Traffic studies between the MSC and selective router;
(xiii) Phase I ALI data circuits;
(c) Wireless E9-1-1 Phase II service components (including all Phase I components):
(i) Location determination technology;
(ii) Phase II implementation plan;
(iii) Phase II testing;
(iv) MSC Phase II software capabilities;
(v) Service control point Phase II capabilities; and
(vi) Mobile positioning center;
(d) NG9-1-1 network;
(e) 9-1-1 network equivalent (B.01/P.01 grade of service level required);
(f) Selective routing;
(g) Automatic location identification (ALI) database;
(h) Traffic studies between selective router and PSAP;
(i) Telecommunications service priority;
(j) Language interpretive service;
(k) Alternate routing and/or night service;
(l) Customer premise equipment (CPE)/telephone system and maintenance;
(m) TTY required for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA);
(n) ANI/ALI controllers and necessary interfaces to send data to other PSAP equipment;
(o) ANI/ALI display equipment for primary PSAPs;
(p) PSAP mapping and maintenance;
(q) 9-1-1 coordinator duties;
(2) Basic service items:
(a) Uninterruptible power supply (UPS) for PSAP enhanced 9-1-1 equipment and maintenance;
(b) Route diversity between selective router and PSAP;
(c) E9-1-1 mapping administration;
(d) Instant call check equipment and maintenance;
(e) Mapping display for call answering positions that are ANI/ALI equipped;
(f) 9-1-1 Management information system;
(g) Call detail recorder or printer and maintenance;
(h) Headsets for 9-1-1 call receivers;
(3) Capital items:
(a) Logging recorder for 9-1-1 calls and maintenance;
(b) Computer aided dispatch (CAD) system hardware and software and maintenance;
(c) Auxiliary generator and generator maintenance to provide 9-1-1 eligible equipment/telephone services backup power;
(d) Clock synchronizer and maintenance; and
(e) Console furniture for 9-1-1 call receiving equipment and maintenance.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 38.52.540 and 38.52.545. WSR 11-03-004, § 118-66-045, filed 1/5/11, effective 2/5/11. Statutory Authority: RCW 38.52.540. WSR 03-10-014, § 118-66-045, filed 4/25/03, effective 7/1/03.]
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