The Communications Assets Survey and Mapping (CASM) Tool provides New York Public Safety Officials with a means to gather and analyze communications systems data to identify gaps in interoperability and to improve emergency response communications.
CASM is a web based application that emergency response agencies can use to enter and visually display data about their public safety communications assets and how those assets are used.
Requests for any additional information or request for CASM access for agencies and entities in New York State must be directed to the following contact at DHSES OIEC:
Robert M. Barbato
- NYS All-Hazards Communications Unit, Position-Specific Credentialing Policy
- DHS-OEC release update to National Emergency Communications Plan
- 2014-15 Public Safety Answering Points Operations Grant
- FY 2014 SAFECOM Guidance
- DHSES OIEC Announcing 2013-14 PSAP Grant request for applications
- Announcing Round 3 Statewide Interoperable Communications Grant
- State Interoperable and Emergency Communication (SIEC) Board 2012 Annual Report
- Governor Cuomo Announces $9 Million in Grant Awards for County Emergency Call Centers
About the Office of Interoperable & Emergency Communications
Created through Executive Law section 717, the Office of Interoperable and Emergency Communications (OIEC) is the principal state agency for all interoperable and emergency communications issues and oversees and directs the development, coordination and implementation of policies, plans, standards, programs and services related to interoperable and emergency communications, including those related to land mobile radio communications.