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ComCARE Emergency Response Alliance
Promotes lifesaving wireless communication networks and technologies *Now part of the Open Geospatial Consortium

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Emergency Interoperability Consortium (EIC)
Promoted exchange protocols and web services for information sharing for emergency response *Inactive

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Independent Association of Accredited Registers (IAAR)
Promotes accredited management system assessment by acting as a resource for organizations developing management assessment based programs

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Law Enforcement Information Technology Standards Council (LEITSC)
Promoted information technology standards specific to the law enforcement community *Dissolved in 2007

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Medical Alert Monitoring Association (MAMA)
Promotes the needs of the medical alert monitoring and personal emergency response services industry

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National Emergency Number Association (NENA)
Promotes 9-1-1 and international three-digit emergency communications systems and develops related standards and guidance (U.S.)

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Project 25 Technology Interest Group (PTIG)
Promotes P25 standards and related technologies

Project MESA
Developed digital mobile broadband standards *Inactive since 2004

ProTECTS Allianace
Promotes two-way satellite-based location, tracking and messaging technologies

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Regional Alliance for Infrastructure and Network Security (RAINS)
Contributed to national security mobilization (U.S.) *Inactive

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Safety Equipment Institute (SEI)
Promotes public safety through certification and testing of safety and protective products used occupationally and recreationally

Secure City Technology Alliance (SCTA)
Develops and promotes wireless communication systems for international public safety and emergency response

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