Comment 2445
Accepted (Resolved)
NENA-STA-015.10-201X_DataFormats_PubRvw (Revision 0)
Comment Submitted by
Jerry Eisner-ENP
2017-12-22 10:39:45

In the Technical Impacts Summary, you assert that changes have not had impacts that can not be reasonably overcome.  You have no clue about the effort it takes to change a legacy system that is in use by a small OSP or even within the Department of Defense or Department of Energy where the test cycle can span years and have significant budget impacts.  The same can be said for PSAPs that use tier 3 vendors.  Also, you for gor to mention testing.  Testing any change has to be done end to end, which is another impact both to operations and the technical side.

Submitter Proposed Solution

Take out the the editorial comments.

Mr. Richard Muscat
2018-02-21 5:55 am EST

Accepted and removed editorial comments and replaced with "have historically been accomodated ..."

Technical Impacts Summary

Communication Service Providers may need to adjust their existing processes, procedures, and services to implement data exchange format modifications and to conform to the data format requirements or suggestions in this document.  However, data exchange formats are a longstanding part of E9-1-1, and any new modifications (such as adding new Classes of Service) have historically been accommodated as long as a sufficient period of time is available for development, deployment, and training associated with such.

Mr. Richard Muscat
2018-02-28 4:44 pm EST

From: Jerry Eisner [mailto:jeisner@redskytech.com]
Sent: Monday, February 26, 2018 9:46 AM
To: Richard Muscat <Richard@bexarmetro.com>
Subject: RE: Jerry Eisner comments on NENA-STA-015.10-201X_DataFormats_PubRvw

Good morning,

I have been following the KAVI updates.  It’s all good to go as far as I am concerned.

Thanks,

Jerry