Call center renovation poses challenges in Chicago

11/13/2012 | Chicago Sun-Times (free registration)

Chicago 9-1-1's call center operations floor is undergoing a $31 million renovation, but employees say the changes are inhibiting emergency response. However, officials who acknowledge the challenges posed by the renovation say there have been no serious issues and they are proceeding with great caution to ensure each phase of installation is functional. "We want to make sure it’s absolutely, 100 percent functional before we move to each sequence," said Gary Schenkel, who directs the city’s Office of Emergency Management and Communications.

View Full Article in:

Chicago Sun-Times (free registration)

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Government & Nonprofit

Job Title Company Location
Export Compliance/Contracts Administrator
Kaman Aerospace - Kaman Precision Products
Middletown, CT
Executive Director
Affirmations
Ferndale, MI
Program Manager
Greater Boston PFLAG
Waltham, MA
Manager of Business Development & Vendor Managed Invetory Programs
Kenig Aerospace / Hurlen Corporation
Plantation, FL
Executive Director
Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund and Institute
Washington, DC