communications and technology

For Communications and Technology, contact:
Mike Hooper, 714.940.6370

Willdan Homeland Solutions
2401 East Katella Avenue, Suite 300
Anaheim, California 92806
714.940.6370 | Fax: 714.940.4930
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Governance, Operations, and Technology

These three areas make up the comprehensive service we can provide your agency. Whether you are just starting to develop an emergency preparedness program, technology project, or are looking for assistance in a specific area of your program or project, we can help guarantee you will have the resources, training, exercises, plans, and procedures your emergency responders need, as well as comply with state and federal standards, guidelines, and best practices.

Download our Communications & Technology Presentation or Interoperability Brochure.

Representative Projects

California Statewide Interoperability Executive Committee (CALSIEC) Southern Planning Area
The project involves updating and/or developing the five Urban Area Security Initiatives and ten county/operational areas tactical interoperable communications plans (TICP) and providing planning and training services, Interoperable Field Operations Guides, Interoperability Users Course instruction for first responders and measure the region's compliance with the National Emergency Communication Plan Goal 2 to maintain the region's compliance with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security UASI program, California Statewide Communication Interoperable Plan and the National Emergency Communication Plan.

More Projects

County of Sacramento, California
Develop a digital radio feasibility study with a P25 system design element that is focused on improving regional interoperability by migrating public safety/service radio users to a new (P25) compliant 700/800 MHz(or frequency hybrid) trunked radio system.

City of Miramar, Florida
Conduct a study that identifies a viable public safety emergency police and fire communications service provider by assessing the current dispatch and communication process for police and fire utilized by the City.

CalSIEC Capital-Bay Planning Area, City of Sacramento
Responsible for developing a governance document for the 22-county CalSIEC Capital-Bay Planning Area in California.  The project required live interviews, stakeholder workshops, surveys and web-based teleconferences resulting in a governance document that provides the Capital-Bay Planning Area Steering Committee with an organizational structure, mission, vision, and charter. 

County and City of San Francisco, California
Responsible for updating the UASI Tactical Interoperable Communications Plan and bringing it into compliance with current Department of Homeland Security requirements.

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Interoperability Services

  • Managed Services
    • 911/Dispatch Public/Private System management and operation
    • Radio System - local and regional - management, administration and technical support
    • System and Software integration service and support
    • Financial management
    • Energy - sustainability, efficiency and IT solutions
    • Civil Engineering  - city engineering, water safety and disaster long term recovery
  • Governance: Leadership, Out Reach and Meeting Facilitation, Funding, Model Agreements, Charters, By-laws & Policies
  • Operations: Usage, Procedures, Planning, Training & Exercises
  • Technology: Requirements, System Design, Procurement/Selection, Deployment, Interoperability, Project Management Office Services, Quality Assurance (IV&V), Assessment and Gap Analysis

Markets

  • Law Enforcement
  • Emergency Operation Services
  • Fire Protection
  • Emergency Management
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Regional Trauma Service Areas
  • Hospitals
  • Port Security
  • 911/Dispatch Systems