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Emergency Preparedness Solutions for Government

Respond quickly and efficiently and maintain and augment communications in the case of emergencies or large-scale planned event

With Sprint Emergency Response Team (ERT) Solutions, agencies can:

  • Keep government and agency operations running with 24x7 support

  • Provide infrastructure and equipment to rapidly deploy reliable, scalable short-term communication solutions, supporting continuity of operations.

  • Utilize a cache of Sprint devices that are always active and ready to deploy on the fly during emergencies or preplanned events.

  • Receive priority queuing during times of network congestion and reliable voice and video over IP.

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Be prepared when it matters most

Emergency Response Team Go-Kit

Let our Emergency Response Team (ERT) prepare your agency with a communications kit of devices and other essentials you can activate on the fly and use on a pay-as-you-go basis.

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Sprint ERT in action

When the Virginia Department of Emergency Management needed an immediate way to keep law enforcement officials and search teams from 15 different agencies in close contact during a 2008 manhunt in Wythe County, they called on us. We responded with a Satellite cell on light truck (SatCOLT) for a bubble of wireless and Nextel Direct Connect® coverage, SatIP equipment for LAN/WAN capabilities and 100 wireless devices with unlimited service.

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4,800+ deployments

Our ERT team has been there for disasters, hurricanes, national security events and 700+ nationwide agencies.

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We'll be there

The Sprint ERT keeps the government, military and first responders connected during critical times.

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Getting It Right

Sprint has the solution for the interoperability, capacity and redundancy issues facing public safety communications.

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Be prepared

Check out pricing and details on our ERT Go-Kits and related plans and services.

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