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E-Rate Bulletins 2017

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Federal Universal Service Support Mechanisms Fund Size Projections for Third Quarter 2017
The Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) hereby submits the federal Universal Service Support Mechanisms fund size and administrative cost projections for the third quarter of calendar year 2017 (3Q2017), in accordance with Section 54.709 of the Federal Communications Commissionís (FCC or Commission) rules.
(more) 05/02/2017
FCC Releases Streamlined Resolution of Requests Related to Actions by USAC (DA 17-385)
Pursuant to our procedure for resolving requests for review, requests for waiver, and petitions for reconsideration of decisions related to actions taken by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) that are consistent with precedent (collectively, Requests), the Wireline Competition Bureau (Bureau) grants, dismisses, or denies the following Requests. The deadline for filing petitions for reconsideration or applications for review concerning the disposition of any of these Requests is 30 days from release of this Public Notice.
(more) 04/28/2017
SHLB Expresses Concerns to FCC Regarding USAC Inquiries on Fiber Special Construction Projects
(more) 04/27/2017
FCC Chairman Paiís Letter to USAC about their Performance as the E-rate Program Administrator
(more) 04/18/2017
FCC Managing Director Issues USAC Revised E-rate Reserve Funding Guidance (DA 17-367)
(more) 04/17/2017
FCC Releases Streamlined Resolution of Requests Related to Actions by USAC (DA 17-279)
Pursuant to our procedure for resolving requests for review, requests for waiver, and petitions for reconsideration of decisions related to actions taken by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) that are consistent with precedent (collectively, Requests), the Wireline Competition Bureau (Bureau) grants, dismisses, or denies the following Requests. The deadline for filing petitions for reconsideration or applications for review concerning the disposition of any of these Requests is 30 days from release of this Public Notice.
(more) 03/30/2017
Senators Markey and Sullivan Send Letter to FCC Chairman Pai Supporting the E-rate Program
(more) 03/17/2017
FCC Grants Two Limited Waivers for Invoice Deadline Extension Requests "IDERs" (DA 17-256)
In this Order, we grant two waivers related to the E-rate program's invoicing rules.First, we waive the requirement in section 54.514(b) that applicants must request an extension prior to the invoice filing deadline as it applies to those applicants for whom the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) had not, as of October 31, 2016, issued the FCC Form 498 ID, and who therefore were unable to submit an invoice. We direct USAC to grant these applicants an extension of the invoice filing deadline for 30 days from the release of this Order. Second, we grant a waiver of our rules for several petitioners that properly requested an invoice deadline extension but failed to timely file their invoice filings due to circumstances beyond their control, including USAC's inability to timely process their invoice deadline extension requests.
(more) 03/16/2017
Wireline Competition Bureau Announces FY 2017 E-Rate Inflation-Based Cap (DA 17-243)
(more) 03/13/2017
FCC Office of Managing Director Proposes 2nd Quarter 2017 USF Contribution Factor (DA 17-245)
In this Public Notice, the Office of Managing Director (OMD) announces that the proposed universal service contribution factor for the second quarter of 2017 will be 0.174 or 17.4 percent.
(more) 03/13/2017
Wireline Competition Bureau Announces FY 2017 E-Rate Inflation-Based Cap (DA 17-243)
Pursuant to section 54.507(a) of the Commissionís rules, the Wireline Competition Bureau (Bureau) announces that the E-rate program funding cap for funding year 2017 is $3,990,207,000. The new cap represents a 1.3 percent inflation-adjusted increase in the $3,939,000,000 billion cap from funding year 2016. The Commission began indexing the funding cap to inflation in 2010 to ensure that E-rate program funding keeps pace with the changing broadband and telecommunications needs of schools and libraries.
(more) 03/13/2017
 
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