Sample Acceptance Documents for CAF Phase I Incremental Support
Dear Ms. Dortch:
ABC Telco hereby accepts $7,750,000 of its eligible funding for Connect
America Fund Phase I incremental support for 2012. To satisfy its deployment obligation
in connection with this funding, ABC Telco will deploy broadband to 10,000 locations.
Please see the attached file, which identifies, by 2010 Census Block FIPS code
and wire center CLLI code, the locations where ABC Telco will deploy in satisfaction of
this requirement. ABC Telco will provide additional data for such locations, including
2010 Census Block FIPS code, NECA Company Code (OCN), Study Area Code, wire
center CLLI code, latitude, and longitude, when such information becomes available,
which shall be no later than one year from the date of this letter. The attached file
contains blanks for columns for which no data are currently available.
Please distribute the funds as follows:
ABC Telco of
300 S Fourth St,
Minneapolis, MN 55415
ABC Telco of
1100 East Main St,
Richmond, VA 23219
Pursuant to 47 C.F.R. § 54.312(b)(3), the undersigned certifies that (1) the
locations that will be served in satisfaction of the deployment requirement associated
with these funds, identified by wire center and 2010 Census block ID in the attached file,
are shown as unserved by fixed broadband offered by any provider other than ABC Telco
or an affiliate on the current version of the National Broadband Map (last confirmed on
June 25, 2012); (2) that, to the best of the knowledge of ABC Telco, these locations are,
in fact, unserved by fixed broadband; (3) that ABC Telco’s current capital improvement
plan did not already include plans to complete broadband deployment within the next
three years to the locations to be counted to satisfy the deployment requirement; and (4)
that this incremental support will not be used to satisfy any merger commitment or
similar regulatory obligation.
Kelly T. Smith
Federal Regulatory Affairs
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