Communication Technology Solutions for Law Enforcement and the Emergency Services Sector
Emergency Responder Info Net provides technology solutions tailored to meet the needs of the Emergency Services Sectors– Law Enforcement, Fire and Rescue Service, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Management, Private Security Sector and Critical Infrastructure Owners and Operators.
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The Pegasus Research Laboratory (PRL) is the National Sheriffs' Association's certification authority for the First Responder Authentication Credential (FRAC), an identification card for first responders and personnel of the public and private sector requiring entry and reentry into secure non-Federal facilities and disaster areas. The PRL provides certification services to vendors of identity authentication cards and equipment. The Pegasus Research Laboratory's certification process complies with the Federal Information Processing Standard 201 (FIPS 201) for personal identity verification.
The Pegasus Technology Consortium (PTC) is a conglomeration of experts providing information and technology services to the Pegasus Program and the local law enforcement agencies, emergency responders and critical infrastructure sectors served by Pegasus. The PTC operates under the policy guidance of the Pegasus Research Foundation and the Pegasus Advisory Board. The Pegasus Technology Consortium is led by the principals of Maximum Information Technology, Inc., Dennis Kelly and Joe Powell, who are also Pegasus Program project executives.