Tag Archives: Wireline Competition Bureau

FCC Issues Tentative Meeting Agenda Addressing Spoofing and Disabilities Access Before Federal Government Shutdown

Just before suspending most operations due to the ongoing partial federal government shutdown, the FCC announced its tentative agenda for its next open meeting, scheduled for January 30, 2019. While the January agenda is brief compared to the jam-packed meetings that typified 2018, the FCC plans to adopt items to advance new anti-spoofing measures combating … Continue Reading

Steady Volume of USF Appeals Forces Change in FCC Procedure

Followers of this blog know that appeals relating to Universal Service Fund contribution obligations proliferate.  Despite a rule stating that the FCC will address such appeals in 90 days, contribution appeals routinely linger for two years or more before a decision.  Moreover, the number of new appeals outpaces the number of USF decisions issued by … Continue Reading

“New” FCC Taking Shape

Six months after Obama took office, it seems that the FCC is almost, finally ready to get moving.  The Mignon Clyburn (D) and Meredith Baker (R) nominations were approved by the Senate this week.  With these confirmations, we will have the full five-member Commission in place for the August 27 open meeting.  In addition, Chairman Genachowski … Continue Reading
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