Puget Sound Emergency Radio Network
Replacing King County’s aging emergency radio system, the Puget Sound Emergency Radio Network (PSERN), is a vital and complex public safety effort that involves working with a wide range of stakeholders. We identify scope, schedule, and budget risks to King County’s $273 million levy funded project to upgrade its emergency radio network.
Photo from psern.org.
- PSERN Schedule Slipping, Costs Increasing, Contingency Dwindling, Risk of Further Delays
Jun 25, 2020
- April 2019 Follow-up
Apr 1, 2019
- May 2018 Follow-up
May 8, 2018
- Puget Sound Emergency Radio Network Project: Facing Challenges With In-Building Coverage and Falling Behind Schedule
Feb 2, 2017
- Puget Sound Emergency Radio Network: Project Schedule and Cost Risks
Nov 10, 2015
- Management Letter on the County Executive’s Report Regarding Acquisition and Governance of the Puget Sound Emergency Radio Network
Sept 9, 2014
Of the 9 recommendations:
|DONE||6||Recommendations have been fully implemented. Auditor will no longer monitor.
|PROGRESS||2||Recommendations are in progress or partially implemented. Auditor will continue to monitor.
|OPEN||1||Recommendations remain unresolved. Auditor will continue to monitor.
|CLOSED||0||Recommendation is no longer applicable. Auditor will no longer monitor.|
If you have any questions or would like more information, please call the King County Auditor's Office at 206-477-1033 or contact us by email KCAO@kingcounty.gov.