Wayne R. Rust; Eldon J. Haakinson
Abstract: This report documents the development of a telecommunication strategy for 1994-2003 for the Eastern Region of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service. The Institute for Telecommunication Sciences (ITS) identified telecommunication needs, assessed the existing telecommunication systems of the 15 National Forests in the Region, assessed internal and external factors that impact telecommunication planning, and assessed telecommunication technologies. Based on the foregoing, ITS developed a telecommunication strategy intended to ensure that Eastern Region telecommunication systems and services support the mission of the organization in a reliable and cost-effective manner.
Keywords: data communication system; digital integrated network; Forest land mobile radio network; land mobile radio system; strategic telecommunication plan; tactical telecommunication plan; telecommunication management; telephone system
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