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  • Public Notice.: This Public Notice announcines the release of the eligibile services list for FY 2006. FCC 05-197, CC 02-6.
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  • Order.: In this order, Grants a request for waiver by Removable Media Solutions, Inc. (RMSI), a service provider filing on behalf of Shiprock Alternative High School (Shiprock), Flagstaff, Arizona. An invoice submitted by RMSI was denied funding by USAC because the installation of non-recurring services took place after the implementation deadline established under Section 54.507(d) of the Commission’s rules. Because the implementation delay was due to factors outside of RMSI’s control, we find that the public interest is served by waiving the Commission’s rules and extending the implementation deadline for RMSI, consistent with the Commission’s rules which permit extensions in such circumstances under Section 54.507(d)(3). Also, we note for your information that a representative from RMSI indicated, and the bank has confirmed, that RMSI is on the verge of bankruptcy and the prompt resolution of this case will help RMSI settle this matter. Released on 11/18/05. DA 05-3002, CC 02-6.
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  • Order: In this Order, the Telecommunications Access Policy Division (TAPD) grants a Request for Review filed by Houston Independent School District (Houston) seeking review of a decision by USAC denying Houston’s Funding Year 2004 application for discounted services under the E-rate program on the ground that Houston’s funding request was for services ineligible for discounts under program rules.  Based upon a review of the record, TAPD finds that Houston’s funding request was for services eligible for support and remands Houston’s application to USAC for further consideration consistent with this Order. (DA 05-2834) Released on 10/27/05. DA 05-2834, CC 02-6.
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  • Order: In this Order, the Telecommunications Access Policy Division (TAPD) grants a Request for Review filed by Houston Independent School District (Houston) seeking review of a decision by USAC denying Houston’s request for an extension of the deadline for installing Funding Year 2003 non-recurring services under the E-rate program on the ground that Houston did not fulfill the requirements for an extension under our rules.  Based upon a review of the record, TAPD finds that Houston is entitled to receive an extension of the implementation deadline for non-recurring services in accordance with the criteria set forth in section 54.507(d) of the Commission’s rules.  Accordingly, TAPD remands Houston’s application to USAC for further consideration consistent with this Order. (DA 05-2833) Released on 10/27/05. DA 05-2833, CC 02-6.
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  • Order.: In this order, the Wireline Competition Bureau grants the petition of the West Virginia Department of Education seeking waiver of section 54.404(c) of the Commission's rules. (DA 05-2179) Released on 7/27/05. DA 05-2179, CC 02-6.
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  • Order.: In this order, the Wireline Competition Bureau grants and remands Spokane Public school's Request for Review to the Schools and Libraries Division of the Universal Service Adminstrative Company, for further action consistent with this Order. (DA 05-2178)Released on 7/27/05. DA 05-2178, CC 02-6.
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  • Order.: In this order, the Wireline Competition Bureau grants and remands NextiraOne's Request for Review to the Schools and Libraries Division of the Universal Service Adminstrative Company, for further action consistent with this Order. (DA 05-2177)Released on 7/27/05. DA 05-2177, CC 02-6.
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  • Order.: In this order, the Wireline Competition Bureau grants and remands Fayette County School District's Request for Review to the Schools and Libraries Division of the Universal Service Adminstrative Company, for further action consistent with this Order. (DA 05-2176)Released on 7/27/05. DA 05-2176, CC 02-6.
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  • Order: In this Order, the Telecommunications Access Policy Division (TAPD) has under consideration Requests for Review of three decisions by USAC concerning one Funding Year 2001 application and two Funding Year 2002 applications filed by Banning Unified School District.  USAC denied each application on the ground that Banning violated the Commission’s competitive bidding requirements. TAPD grants the Requests for Review and remands Banning’s applications to USAC for further consideration. (DA 05-2175) Released on 07/27/05. DA 05-2175, CC 02-6.
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  • Order.: In this order, the Wireline Competition Bureau grants Tennessee's Motion to Withdraw, and accordingly, dismisses Tennessee's Petition for Clarification. (DA 05-1726) Released on 6/22/05. DA 05-1726, CC 02-6.
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  • Order: In this order, the Wireline Competition Bureau grants Miami-Dade's Motion to Withdraw, and accordingly, dismisses Miami-Dade's Motion to Compel and its Request for Review. (DA 05-1725)Released on 6/22/05. DA 05-1725, CC 02-6.
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  • COMAD Remand Order: In light of the Fourth Schools Order, in which the Commission determined that recovery of schools and libraries funds disbursed in violation of the statute or a rule should be directed to the party or parties responsible for the statutory or rule violation, the attached Order remands several Requests for Review of appeals to SLD decisions concerning recovery of funds disbursed in violation of a statute or rule. (DA 05-108)Released on 1/18/05. DA 05-108, CC 02-6.
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