Rule Rule 104-080-0110
Requirements of the Office

(1) Upon written notice to the 9-1-1 jurisdiction and the primary PSAP, the Office may audit the 9-1-1 jurisdiction or the primary PSAP for compliance with the 9-1-1 jurisdiction plan, ORS 403.100 (Policy) to 403.165 (Office to ensure compliance) and ORS 403.235 (Emergency Communications Account) to 403.250 (Primary public safety answering points), and OAR chapter 104, division 080.
(2) The Office shall collect and maintain a list of contact information for each primary and secondary PSAP and make the list available on the Office’s website, including:
(a) PSAP name;
(b) Physical or mailing address;
(c) 10-digit 24-hour emergency number;
(d) 10-digit 24-hour non-emergency number; and
(e) Name(s) and title of primary point of contact.
(3) The Office shall collect and maintain an itemized list of the CPE necessary to receive emergency calls through the 9-1-1 emergency communications system, including the equipment lifespan described by the manufacturer, and the equipment’s update and maintenance schedule.
(4) The Office shall approve or reject all ESNs requested by a primary PSAP for use in the 9-1-1 GIS, MSAG and ALI databases. The Office will make a reasonable attempt to prevent duplication of these ESNs, validate that the number aligns with the designated block of ESN numbers, and ensure compatibility with the Oregon ALI Format[1]. The Office may, as required, assign or direct reassignment of ESNs to prevent unnecessary duplication, confusion or misrouting of emergency calls.
(5) The Office shall coordinate and oversee the implementation of 9-1-1 GIS in Oregon, which may include the following activities:
(a) Identify and adopt technical standards and requirements;
(b) Identify and establish procedures for 9-1-1 GIS data maintenance;
(c) Identify and establish development of critical GIS data layers for use in current and future mapping systems and 9-1-1 functional elements; and
(d) Define and establish a standard GIS data model[2] to be used for the development, transfer, and storage of critical GIS data layers.
[Publications [1]: Publications referred to or incorporated by reference in this rule are available from the Office and are also available at https://www.oregon.gov/OEM/Documents/oregonali_aliaqor.pdf]
[Publications [2]: Publications referred to or incorporated by reference in this rule are available from the Office and are also available at https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.nena.org/resource/resmgr/standards/nena-sta-006_ng9-1-1_gis_dat.pdf
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