Membership - CCNC - Consolidated Communications Network of Colorado, Inc.
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Membership

CCNC is a member-based corporation made up of various public safety entities from across the State of Colorado. There are just over 1,000 member entities currently using the system.


In order to become a member, an application process has been established. Please review the application documents carefully and ensure that they are completed in their entirety before submitting them for consideration. CCNC does charge an annual membership fee to help cover operating costs of the company and it is not a user fee. 

Any omissions in an application or the submittal of an incorrect application will delay the application process.


Here is a brief description of member levels:

Member Qualifications A Primary Member is defined as Law Enforcement, Fire, School, City, County, State, Tribal and Federal Government (a combination of all non public-safety government functions) or any agency eligible to meet FCC regulation 90.20. For membership the agency must be using and transmitting on the Colorado Statewide Digital Trunked Radio system (DTR) as its primary means of voice communications in performance of its duties or has filed a migration plan with CCNC and is in the process of doing so.

Associate Members shall be approved by the Executive Board of Directors upon completion of any established application process and upon recommendation of the Technical Committee. Associate members are defined as a/an Law Enforcement, Fire, School, City, County, State, Tribal and Federal Government (a combination of all non public-safety government functions) or any agency eligible to meet FCC regulation 90.20 and may consist of, data users, and/or interoperability only users that are interested in the Colorado Statewide DTR.· Associate members may participate in activities but do not vote or hold office. Associate members are those users that do not use the DTR system as their primary means of voice communications.

Commercial Sponsorship  Commercial organizations may participate in activities, but do not vote or hold office, upon completion of any established application process and the payment of any established sponsorship fee or dues.


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