Magazine Readers Select SEARCH as a Top Consulting Firm

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The readers of MissionCritical Communications magazine have selected SEARCH as one of the 21 top consulting firms in the nation in the area of complex public safety communications technology projects.

The "21 Top Consultants" list was published in the November-December 2011 issue.

"This is quite an honor for SEARCH and its exceptional team of public safety and technology professionals—particularly because we were nominated by the very local and state stakeholder agencies that we have helped," said SEARCH Executive Director Ron Hawley.

SEARCH provides a wide range of support services to justice agencies. In serving public safety agencies in particular, we focus on preparing them to successfully apply technology to meet their business needs. We have helped individual agencies and statewide initiatives implement projects in radio communications, CAD/RMS, mobile data computers, and interoperable communications systems. SEARCH staff brings a unique blend of public safety practitioner, project/technology management, communications interoperability, and technology planning/ implementation backgrounds to this task.

Ms. Mallorie Teubner, Acting Director of Public Safety Programs, leads SEARCH's public safety team. She stated, "I would like to thank the talented SEARCH public safety staff whose hard work and dedication was so suitably recognized: Ms. Bonnie Maney, Mr. Benjamin Krauss, and Ms. Nina Byrom. Our goal as a team is to help the nation's first responders navigate complex technical and operational challenges. This recognition is a testament to our efforts."

MissionCritical Communications magazine targets public safety, state/local/federal government, transportation, field service, business and industrial users, engineering and consulting firms; mobile communication dealers/resellers; service providers and other industry professionals in the United States and Canada. Its focus is wireless voice and data solutions for mobile and remote mission-critical operations.