Amid concerns about dispatch times, the Dane County, Wis., 911 center will start having dispatchers alert responders more quickly for serious emergencies.
One state university could get $15 million in federal money to support programs that train police how to address situations like the recent Fort Hood shooting.
When the owner of a small tech firm shared the discovery with utility security officials, the DHS advised power grid operators to upgrade their software.
The First Responder Network Authority is looking for a new general manager to take Bill D’Agostino's place and lead the nationwide communications project.
The plan aims to protect lives and commercial activities against a “mounting threat” from nation states and individuals trying to hack into utility companies.
Ohio geologists have found a probable connection between fracking and several mild earthquakes in a region that had never experienced a temblor until recently.
The Real Time Evacuation Planning Model allows emergency managers to run hypotheticals on locations in the U.S. to see how long it would take to get people out.
A fertilizer mixing operation blew up April 17, 2013, devastating the quiet central Texas town and killing 15.
Some government officials and emergency management agencies are finding Twitter to be a fast, cheap and easy method of advertising job openings.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration has put a compendium of federal spectrum use online at Spectrum.gov.