Home / Press Releases / AT&T’s Stacy Schwartz: Seattle Fire Dept Adopts FirstNet Platform for First Responder Comms

AT&T’s Stacy Schwartz: Seattle Fire Dept Adopts FirstNet Platform for First Responder Comms

Jeff Brody
Stacy Schwartz

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 22, 2019 — The Seattle Fire Department has joined the FirstNet communications network AT&T (NYSE: T) built for public safety missions, ExecutiveBiz reported Oct. 7.

AT&T said Oct. 1 the department deployed the national emergency service platform on smartphones and firefighting rig systems in an effort to help first responders coordinate when they respond to critical situations.

“It’s our mission to give first responders the cutting-edge tools they need to safely and effectively achieve their mission," said Stacy Schwartz, vice president of public safety and FirstNet at AT&T.

"FirstNet will help first responders in Seattle and across the country perform at the highest levels to keep themselves and those they serve out of harm’s way.”

About Executive Mosaic: Founded in 2002, Executive Mosaic is a leadership organization and media company. It provides its members an opportunity to learn from peer business executives and government thought leaders while providing an interactive forum to develop key business and partnering relationships. Executive Mosaic offers highly coveted executive events, breaking business news on the Government Contracting industry, and delivers robust and reliable content through seven influential websites and four consequential E-newswires. Executive Mosaic is headquartered in Tysons Corner, VA. www.executivemosaic.com

Check Also

Cloudera’s Shaun Bierweiler: Use Case, Skills Set Key to Implement Agency Data Strategy

TYSONS CORNER, VA, January 17, 2020 — Shaun Bierweiler, vice president and general manager of Cloudera’s (NYSE: CLDR) government solutions business, said that having a use case, skills sets and the right culture is essential for a federal agency to implement a data strategy, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

Report: Defense, Civilian Agencies to Recompete Six Contracts Worth Up to $15.5B

A Bloomberg Government webinar revealed that a Department of Defense component agency, two service branches and a civilian agency plan to recompete six of the largest contracts this year, Federal News Network reported Thursday.