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5 FAH-2 H-740 Managing Radio Networks - US Department of State

5 FAH-2 H-740 Managing Radio Networks - US Department of State

5 FAH-2 H-740 Managing Radio Networks - US Department of

UNCLASSIFIED (U) U.S. Department of State Foreign Affairs Manual Volume 5 Handbook 2 Telecommunications Handbook 5 FAH-2 H-740 MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITIES (CT:TEL-32; 06-25-2012) (Office of Origin: IRM/BMP/GRP/GP) (Updated only to revise Office of Origin and some formatting) 5 FAH-2 H-741 INFORMATION PROGRAMS CENTER (IPC) (CT:TEL-12; 03-08-2005) (State only) a. IPC is responsible for the operational readiness of all Emergency Action Committee (EAC) and Emergency & Evacuation (E&E) radio equipment and for maintaining an inventory of operable spares. IPC will analyze any malfunctioning equipment and determine whether post has the technical expertise to make repairs. If the equipment cannot be repaired at post, consult the Regional Information Management Center (RIMC) to determine whether the faulty equipment should be sent back to the Department for repair, or to schedule an Information Management Technical Specialist/Radio (IMTS/R) visit at the first opportunity. b. IPC is responsible for installing and relocating EAC and E&E network radio equipment at post. IPC should coordinate the technical specifics with RIMC prior to performing an installation or relocation. The assistance of a qualified IMTS/R may be required for any major installation or relocation of radio equipment. c. Procuring and installing non-E&E radio networks must be coordinated with IPC to ensure equipment compatibility, Host Nation Approval (HNA) of frequencies, and that local repair/maintenance capability is available. The repair of non-E&E radio equipment such as the Admin Net is a post responsibility and should be performed via vendor services. LGF radio repair is the responsibility of the RSO and/or his or her contractor. Every effort should be availed to provide for the local repair and maintenance of non-E&E radio equipment via normal post procurement channels. UNCLASSIFIED (U) 5 FAH-2 H-740 Page 1 of 4

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