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Released: December 14, 2011

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Report No. 2942

December 14, 2011

CONSUMER & GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS BUREAU

REFERENCE INFORMATION CENTER

PETITION FOR RULEMAKINGS FILED

Interested persons may file statements opposing or supporting the Petition for Rulemakings listed herein within 30
days, or as noted. See Sections 1.4 and 1.405 of the Commission's rules for further information.
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RM NO.

RULES SEC.

PETITIONER

DATE RECEIVED

NATURE OF PETITION

11651
Part 15
Lockheed
10/11/2011
In the Matter of Petition for
Martin Corporation
Rulemaking of Lockheed Martin
Corporation: Amendment of Part 15
(Gisselle Creeser
to Enable More Flexible RFID Use
2121 Crystal Drive
in the 433 MHz Band
Suite 100
Arlington, Virginia 22202)
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