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PDFWAC 118-66-050

State eligible expenses.

(1) A 911 emergency communications system is comprised of multiple features, functions, and services whose costs may be eligible, subject to available funds, for reimbursement by eligible entities. The components and services listed below may qualify for reimbursement to eligible entities from the state 911 account based on a reasonable prioritization by the state 911 coordinator, with the advice and assistance of the 911 advisory committee and in accordance with the purposes and priorities established by statute and regulation. The state 911 coordinator will adopt policies defining specific details related to reimbursement eligibility.
(2) Expenses for the items listed below may be eligible for reimbursement from the state 911 account from funds generated under the authority derived from RCW 82.14B.030 (5), (6), (7), and (8).
(a) Statewide dialing items:
(i) Coordinator professional development (CPD);
(ii) Next generation 911 emergency communications system;
(iii) Automatic location identification (ALI) database service;
(iv) Traffic studies;
(v) Telecommunications service priority (TSP);
(vi) Language interpretive service;
(vii) Alternate routing;
(viii) Call handling equipment (CHE) and maintenance;
(ix) TTY required for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA);
(x) CHE display equipment for PSAPs;
(xi) PSAP mapping and maintenance;
(xii) 911 coordinator duties;
(xiii) 911 information technology services;
(xiv) 911 call receiver salaries and benefits;
(xv) 911 public education coordination;
(xvi) 911 training coordination;
(xvii) 911 coordinator electronic mobile device; and
(xviii) Associated administrative costs.
(b) Baseline service items:
(i) Uninterruptible power supply (UPS) for PSAP 911 equipment and maintenance;
(ii) 911 Coordinator training;
(iii) Mapping/GIS training;
(iv) Information technology (IT) training;
(v) Call receiver training;
(vi) 911 mapping administration;
(vii) Mapping display for call answering positions;
(viii) 911 Management information system;
(ix) Headsets for 911 call receivers;
(x) 911 document destruction; and
(xi) Associated administrative costs.
(c) Capital:
(i) Logging recorder for 911 calls and maintenance;
(ii) Computer aided dispatch (CAD) system hardware, software, and maintenance;
(iii) Auxiliary generator and generator maintenance to provide 911 eligible equipment/telephone services backup power;
(iv) Clock synchronizer and maintenance;
(v) Console furniture for 911 call receiving equipment and maintenance; and
(vi) Associated administrative costs.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 38.52.520. WSR 24-13-025, § 118-66-050, filed 6/7/24, effective 7/8/24. Statutory Authority: RCW 38.52.540 and 38.52.545. WSR 11-03-004, § 118-66-050, filed 1/5/11, effective 2/5/11. Statutory Authority: RCW 38.52.540. WSR 03-10-014, § 118-66-050, filed 4/25/03, effective 7/1/03.]
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