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12/22/11 Animas School District 6, Animas, NM: Consistent with our precedent, we grant 46 appeals of decisions made by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) that denied or rescinded funding for various funding years from the E-Rate program (formally known as the universal service schools and libraries program). The applications were denied on the grounds that the petitioners’ violated the Commission’s rule that a contract or legally binding agreement be in place when the FCC Form 471 application is submitted DA 11-2040
Order: Word | Acrobat
12/7/11 Queen of Peace High School, Burbank, IL: In this order, we grant a request for review filed by Queen of Peace High School (Queen of Peace) seeking review of a decision by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) concerning discounted services under the E-rate program for funding year (FY) 2009. We find that Queen of Peace’s competitive bidding process was not compromised by its inclusion of a service provider name on its FCC Form 470. We therefore grant its request for review and direct USAC to apply this ruling to all pending appeals and applications. We also clarify that the Commission’s competitive bidding rules prohibit applicants from including a particular manufacturer’s name, brand, product or service in an FCC Form 470 or request for proposals (RFPs) unless they also use the words “or equivalent” in such a description. DA 11-1991
Order: Word | Acrobat
12/7/11 Katy Independent School District, Katy, TX: In this order, we deny an appeal filed by Katy Independent School District (Katy) seeking review of a decision by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) denying funding under the E-rate program. USAC rescinded the funding commitment for one of Katy’s funding requests on the ground that Katy violated the Commission’s competitive bidding requirements because it did not consider price as the primary factor in the vendor selection process. We agree with USAC that Katy did not give overall preference to cost when evaluating the bids and, thus, affirm USAC’s decision to rescind Katy’s funding commitment for FRN 1297321. To the extent funds have already been disbursed under this funding request to Katy or its service provider, Phonoscope, we direct USAC to institute or continue recovery actions against them. DA 11-1979
Order: Word | Acrobat
12/5/11 Al-Ihsan Academy, South Ozone Park, NY: In this order we grant 5 and deny 6 appeals in E-rate RFP competitive bidding order. DA 11-1974
Order: Word | Acrobat
11/29/11 Lazo Technologies, Inc., et al: In this order we deny a petition for reconsideration (Petition) filed by Lazo Technologies, Inc., Hill Professional Services, and Advanced Technology Solutions South (Petitioners). FCC 11-177
Order: Word | Acrobat
11/28/11 Lakehills Consulting, LP Order: In this order, we deny the appeal filed by Joseph M. Hill, trustee in bankruptcy for Lakehills Consulting, LP (Lakehills) of the decision by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) concerning Houston Independent School District’s (Houston ISD) applications for discounted services under the E-rate program (more formally known as the schools and libraries universal service support program) for funding years (FY) 2002-2004. FCC 11-175
Order: Word | Acrobat
11/25/11 Implementation of Revised Instructions for Form 479 and 486 Public Notice: The Wireline Competition Bureau announce that the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has approved the revised Instructions accompanying the FCC Forms 479 and 486. DA 11-1943
Public Notice: Word | Acrobat
Erratum(12/8/11): Word | Acrobat
FCC Form 479: Word | Acrobat
FCC Form 489: Word | Acrobat
11/4/11 Dimmitt Independent School District, TX: In this order, we grant appeals filed by Dimmitt Independent School District, et al. of decisions by the Universal Service Administrative Company concerning applications for discounted services under the E-rate program for FY 2006-2010. DA 11-1854
Order: Word | Acrobat
11/1/11 Coatesville Area School District, PA: The Bureau dismisses a petition filed by Coatesville Area School District (PA) seeking reconsideration of a decision denying funding after Coatesville failed to submit an appeal to the Commission in a timely manner. DA 11-1840
Order: Word | Acrobat
11/1/11 Lower Merion School District, PA: In this order, the Bureau grants three requests for review finding that the petitioners did not seek E-rate discounts for ineligible dark fiber and denies one request for review finding that the petitioner sought E-rate funds for ineligible dark fiber. DA 11-1835
Order: Word | Acrobat
10/26/11 Covert Public School District, Covert, MI: Consistent with precedent, we grant an appeal filed by Covert Public School District (Covert) of a decision by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) to deny funding in funding year 2008 under the E-rate program because Covert’s request for a services implementation deadline extension was late.We remand the underlying applications to USAC for further action consistent with this order, and we direct USAC to grant Covert’s request for a services implementation deadline extension within 90 calendar days from the release of this order. DA 11-1791
Order: Word | Acrobat
10/14/11 Coordinated Construction, Inc., Los Angeles, CA: In this order, we grant the request for review filed by Coordinated Construction, Inc. seeking review of a decision by the Universal Service Administrative Company to recover funding for violating the USAC requirements. DA 11-1699
Order: Word | Acrobat
10/14/11 West Virginia Department of Education, Charleston, WV: In this order, we grant the request for review filed by the West Virginia Department of Education on behalf of Summersville Elementary School, seeking review of a decision by the Universal Service Administrative denying funding for discounted services under the E-rate program. DA 11-1698
Order: Word | Acrobat
10/6/11 Franklin County School District, Louisburg, NC: In this order, we grant a petition for reconsideration by Franklin County School District, Louisburg, North Carolina, (Franklin County) of a decision by the Wireline Competition Bureau (Bureau). DA 11-1682
Order: Word | Acrobat
9/30/11 SEED Public Charter School of Washington, DC: In this order, we address a consolidated appeal by SEED Public Charter School of Washington, D.C. (SEED) of three decisions by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) denying requests for funding under the E-rate program (more formally known as the schools and libraries universal service support program), on the grounds that the underlying applications violated the Commission’s competitive bidding requirements. As explained below, we find that SEED did not violate the Commission’s competitive bidding rules. We therefore grant the appeal and direct USAC to discontinue recovery actions against SEED and its service providers, Verizon-Washington, D.C., Inc., Avaya, Inc., America Online, CDW Computer Centers, Inc., Dell Marketing, LP, Nextel Communications of Mid-Atlantic, Inc., Starpower Communications, LLC, and Infosys Services, Inc., consistent with this order. DA 11-1656
Order: Word | Acrobat
9/28/11 2012 Eligible Service List Order: In this order, we release the eligible services list for funding year 2012 for the schools and libraries universal service program. DA 11-1600
Order: Word | Acrobat
ESL Draft: Acrobat
9/23/11 All Saints Elementary School, Los Angeles, CA: In this order, we address 34 requests from petitioners seeking waivers of the FCC Form 471 application filing window deadline for funding years 2007, 2009, and 2011 under the E-rate program. Consistent with the Commission’s Academy of Math and Science Order, and based on our review of the record, we find that two petitioners filed their applications prior to the E-rate program’s FCC Form 471 application filing window deadline and 24 other petitioners have demonstrated that special circumstances exist to justify a waiver of that filing window deadline. We grant those requests for waiver and remand the underlying applications to USAC. We deny, however, the remaining eight requests for waiver. DA 11-1588
Order: Word | Acrobat
9/14/11 Tulsa Technology Center, Tulsa, OK: In this order, the Bureau grants a request by the Tulsa Technology Center (Tulsa) seeking review of a decision by USAC denying funding for discounted services under the E-rate program. USAC rescinded the funding commitment of one of Tulsa’s funding requests on the ground that Tulsa violated the Commission’s competitive bidding requirements by including the price of ineligible items in its evaluation of the most cost-effective proposal during its vendor selection process. According to the FY 2003 eligible services list, presubscribed interexchange carrier (PIC) change charges and change fees were eligible for discounts. We therefore find that Tulsa’s consideration of the costs associated with changing providers – i.e., PIC change charges and activation fees – was consistent with the Commission’s competitive bidding rules. We therefore direct USAC to discontinue recovery actions against Tulsa and its service provider. DA 11-1554
Order: Word | Acrobat
9/14/11 Rockwood School District, Eureka, MO: In this order, the Bureau denies Rockwood and Yakutat School Districts' petitions for reconsideration of the Bureau's Beaver Area Memorial Library Order denying the school districts a waiver of the E-rate program’s FCC Form 471 application filing window deadline because the petitions were untimely filed and do not contain any new facts or circumstances that would result in a waiver of the Commission's rules. DA 11-1553
Order: Word | Acrobat
9/8/11 State of Arkansas Department of Information Systems, Little Rock, AK: In this order, we reconsider a decision by the Wireline Competition Bureau (Bureau) and grant a petition for reconsideration filed by the State of Arkansas Department of Information Systems. DA 11-1507
Order: Word | Acrobat
9/2/11 Cornwall-Lebanon School District, Lebanon, PA: In this order, consistent with the Bureau's decision in the Barrow County School District Order, the Bureau grants an appeal filed by Cornwall-Lebanon School District of a decision by USAC that reduced funding from the E-rate program for funding year 2010 because Cornwall-Lebanon inadvertently listed the wrong service start date information on its FCC Form 486. As the Bureau found in Barrow County School District Order, minor mistakes such as this do not warrant the complete rejection of this application given that the applicant made a procedural error and did not violate a Commission rule. DA 11-1477
Order: Word | Acrobat
9/2/11 Maricopa County Regional School District, Phoenix, AZ: In this order, the Bureau dismisses an appeal without prejudice filed by Maricopa County Regional School District of a decision by USAC under the E-rate program for funding year 2008, because USAC subsequently issued a revised funding commitment decision letter approving the funding at issue. DA 11-1476
Order: Word | Acrobat
8/22/11 Funds for Learning, LLC Order: In this order, we accelerate disbursements of E-rate funding reserves so that more schools and libraries can upgrade their access to broadband services this year. We grant in part the petition filed by Funds for Learning (FFL) and direct the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) to make funding commitments for priority two services at the 80 percent discount level for funding year 2010. On our own motion, we reverse our previous decision to deny priority two funding below 80 percent and direct USAC to make available funds for FY 2010 priority two requests at all discount levels. We also announce the carry forward of $850 million in reserved funds from the E-rate program to increase E-rate commitments for funding year 2011. These actions will expand opportunities for education and employment in many communities without increasing the size of the universal service fund. DA 11-1354
Order: Word | Acrobat
8/11/11 Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) Report and Order: The Commission released a Report and Order clarifying the current CIPA rules and requiring E-rate recipient schools, per the Protecting Children in the 21st Century Act, to certify that they have updated their Internet safety policy to include provisions for educating minors about interacting social networking websites and cyberbullying awareness. FCC 11-125
Report and Order: Word | Acrobat
8/8/11 Riverdale Unified School Distict, Riverdale, CA: In this order, the Bureau grants two requests for review finding that the petitioners Form 470s contained enough information for vendors to identify the desired services and submit bids. DA 11-1370
Order: Word | Acrobat
8/8/11 Coahoma County School District, Clarksdale, MS: In this order,the Bureau grants an appeal finding that the petitioner did not violate its state and local procurement laws when selecting a vendor from a state master contract. DA 11-1369
Order: Word | Acrobat
8/8/11 Baltimore City School District, Baltimore, MD: In this order, the Bureau grants two requests for review finding that the petitioners did not violate the Commission's competitive bidding rules when selecting vendors using a tiered selection process. DA 11-1368
Order: Word | Acrobat
8/5/11 E-Rate Inflation-Based Cap Public Notice: In this public notice, the Bureau announces that the E-rate program funding cap for funding year 2011 is $2,290,682,250. The new cap represents a 0.9% inflation-adjusted increase from funding year 2010’s $2,270,250,000 cap. DA 11-1345
Public Notice: Word | Acrobat
8/4/11 ABC Unified School District,Cerritos, CA, et al: In this order, consistent with the Bureau’s decision in the Alton Order, we grant 24 appeals of decisions by USAC reducing or denying funding for various funding years under the E-rate program on the grounds that the petitioners’ invoice forms were submitted late or not received by USAC. DA 11-1332
Order: Word | Acrobat
8/3/11 Burlington Township School District, Burlington, NJ : In this order, consistent with the Commission’s decision in the Alpaugh Unified School District Order, we grant four appeals of decisions by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) that reduce or deny funding from the E-rate program for various funding years because USAC found that the applicants failed to respond to USAC’s requests for additional information within the USAC-specified time frame. DA 11-1241
Order: Word | Acrobat
8/3/11 Brancoft Neurohealth, Chery Hill, NJ, et al: In this order, consistent with the Commission’s decision in the Alaska Gateway Order, we grant 13 appeals of decisions by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) that reduce or deny funding from the E-rate program for various funding years because USAC found the applicants failed to timely submit FCC Forms 486. DA 11-1239
Order: Word | Acrobat
7/27/11 Loving Municipal School School, Loving, NM: In this order, we deny a request for review filed by Loving Municipal Schools (Loving) seeking review of a decision by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) denying its funding requests for one of its schools under the E-rate program for funding year 2004 on the ground that the requested discount level was not supported by sufficient documentation. DA 11-1246
Order: Word | Acrobat
7/27/11 Boston Renaissance School, Boston, MA, et al: In this order, we deny 50 appeals of decisions made by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) that reduce or deny funding from the schools and libraries universal service support mechanism (also known as the E-rate program) for various funding years on the grounds that the petitioners failed to submit their appeals either to the Commission or to USAC within 60 days as required by the Commission’s rules. DA 11-1240
Order: Word | Acrobat
7/27/11 Beaver Area Memorial Library, Beaver, PA, et al: In this order, we address 39 requests from petitioners seeking waivers of the FCC Form 471 application filing window deadline for funding years 2009-2011 under the E-rate program. DA 11-1223
Order: Word | Acrobat
7/27/11 Achieve Career Preparatory Academy, Toledo, OH: In this order, we address 22 appeals of decisions by the Universal Administrative Company (USAC) denying funding to the petitioners due to certain clerical or ministerial errors on their FCC Form 471 applications for funding years 2004-2010 under the E-rate program. DA 11-1208
Order: Word | Acrobat
7/11/11 Learning on the Go Order: The Bureau provides a summary of the projects selected to participate in the Learning On-The-Go pilot program, the review process, and a list of required information to be included in the participants' reports during the trial period. DA 11-1181
Order: Word | Acrobat
6/29/11 Clean Draft Format of Proposed E-rate Eligible Service List Public Notice: WCB Releases Clean Version of Proposed Draft Eligible Services List for Funding Year 2012. DA 11-1141
Public Notice: Word | Acrobat
ESL Draft: Acrobat
6/24/11 E-rate Eligible Service List Public Notice: WCB Seeks Comment on Proposed Funding Year 2012 E-rate Eligible Services List. Comments are due on July 15, 2011, and reply comments are due on July 25, 2011. DA 11-1096
Public Notice: Word | Acrobat ESL List: Acrobat
6/22/11 Saint Paul Public Schools, Saint Paul, MN: Saint Paul Public Schools (Saint Paul), Saint Paul, Minnesota, sought review of a decision by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) concerning Saint Paul’s application for discounted services under the E-rate program for funding year 2003. DA 11-1088
Order: Word | Acrobat
6/22/11 Central Islip Free Union School District, Central Islip, NY: In this order, we address six appeals of decisions by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) denying requests for funding under the E-rate program (more formally known as the schools and libraries universal service support program). DA 11-1087
Order: Word | Acrobat
6/9/11 Ramirez Common School District, Realitos, TX: This order grants a waiver of section 54.503 of the Commission’s competitive bidding rules. USAC denied five of Ramirez’s funding requests on the ground that Ramirez violated the Commission’s competitive bidding requirements. Upon review of the record, we find that a waiver of section 54.503 of the Commission’s rules, which requires applicants to seek competitive bids for E-rate eligible products and services, is in the public interest. DA 11-1039
Order: Word | Acrobat
6/8/11 Lincoln Parish School Board, Ruston, LA: In this order, we dismiss as untimely three petitions for reconsideration of decisions by the Wireline Competition Bureau (Bureau) or the Commission. DA 11-1018
Order: Word | Acrobat
6/7/11 2011 PIA Procedure Approval Letter: WCB approves the E-rate funding year 2011 program integrity assurance FCC Form 471 review procedures subject to the substantive edits as provided in the confidential attachment. DA 11-1001
Letter: Word | Acrobat
5/17/11 Odyssey Charter School, Las Vegas, NV: In this order, we resolve an appeal of a USAC decision concerning the school's discount calculation. In the order we grant Odyssey Charter’s request for review of a USAC decision and provide the schools with 60 days to provide additional documentation to support their requested discount level. DA 11-897
Order: Word | Acrobat
5/17/11 Gila Bend Unified School District 24, Gila Bend, AZ: In this order, we denies two appeals filed by Gila Bend Unified School District concerning its applications for funding under the E-rate program. The order finds that Gila failed to retain the required documentation that would demonstrate its compliance with the Commission’s competitive bidding rules. DA 11-896
Order: Word | Acrobat
5/17/11 Cascade School District #422, Cascade, ID: In this order, Wireline Competition Bureau denies an appeal filed by Cascade School District concerning its application for funding under the E-rate program. The order finds that Cascade failed to demonstrate compliance with the Commission’s competitive bidding rules. DA 11-895
Order: Word | Acrobat
5/11/11 Sacred Heart School, Shawano, WI: In this order, we reconsider a decision by the Wireline Competition Bureau (Bureau) and grant an application for review filed by Sacred Heart School, Shawano, Wisconsin (Sacred Heart). Sacred Heart seeks review of the Bureau’s February 3, 2005 order affirming a decision made by the Schools and Libraries Division of the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) to dismiss Sacred Heart’s appeal to USAC because it was postmarked more that 60 days after the date on an FCC Form 471 Outside of Window letter. DA 11-820
Order: Word | Acrobat
5/4/11 Maryland Department of Juvenille Services, Baltimore, MD: Wireline Competition Bureau denies the petition of the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services seeking a waiver of section 54.503 of the Commission’s competitive bidding rules to enable Juvenile Services to use an existing multi-year contract without filing an FCC Form 470 and initiating a new competitive bidding process under the E-rate program. DA 11-835
Order: Word | Acrobat
4/27/11 Lancaster School District, Lancaster, PA: Wireline Competition Bureau grants Lancaster School District, Lancaster, PA, an extension of services delivery implementation deadline for non-recurring services under the E-rate program. DA 11-741
Order: Word | Acrobat
4/21/11 Allendale County Schooh District, Cedar Mountain, NC, et al: Wireline Competition Bureau addresses 19 appeals of decisions by USAC denying requests for funding under the E-rate program. The order finds that seven petitioners did not violate the Commission's competitive bidding rules. In 12 other instances, the order finds that a waiver of the Commission’s rules is in the public interest. DA 11-723
Order: Word | Acrobat
4/14/11 Erate Correction Deadline Order: In this order, the Commission extends the deadline for applicants under the E-rate program to submit corrections of clerical or ministerial errors on their FCC Forms 470 and FCC Form 471 applications until USAC issues a funding commitment decision letter to the applicant. FCC 11-60
Order: Word | Acrobat
4/13/11 Albuquerque School District, et al, Albuquerque, NM: In this order, we grant 13 appeals and deny 19 appeals of decisions by the Universal Service Administrative Company concerning applications in various funding years for discounted services under the E-rate program. All of the appeals concern applicants denied funding by USAC for alleged violations of the Commission’s competitive bidding rules. DA 11-672
Order: Word | Acrobat
4/13/11 Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Clare, MI: In this order, we grant two appeals of decisions by the Universal Service Administrative Company under the E-rate program because the entities at issue were ineligible for funding. Consistent with precedent and based on our review of the record, we find that both petitioners have provided sufficient evidence to demonstrate that the entities at issue were eligible for support. DA 11-607
Order: Word | Acrobat
4/13/11 Alpine Union School District, Alpine, CA: In this order, we grant six requests for review of decisions of the Universal Service Administrative Company denying petitioners funding under the E-rate program for funding years (FYs) 2003 to 2008. USAC denied petitioners funding on the grounds that they sought telecommunications services from providers that were not telecommunications carriers, in violation of E-rate rules. DA 11-606
Order: Word | Acrobat
4/13/11 Al-Noor School, Brooklyn, NY: In this order, we address 11 requests from petitioners seeking waivers of the FCC Form 471 application filing window deadline for funding years 2009 and 2010 under the E-rate program. Consistent with the Commission’s Academy of Math and Science Order, and based on our review of the record, we find that two petitioners have demonstrated that special circumstances exist to justify a waiver of the E-rate program’s FCC Form 471 application filing window deadline. We grant those requests for waiver and remand the underlying applications to the Universal Service Administrative Company for further action consistent with this order. We deny, however, nine requests for waiver because we find that the petitioners failed to present special circumstances to justify a waiver of the Commission’s rules. DA 11-605
Order: Word | Acrobat
4/13/11 Twiggs County School District, Jeffersonville, GA: In this order, we deny the requests for review filed by Twiggs County School District and American Control Systems, Inc. of a decision by the Universal Service Administrative Company under the E-rate program for funding year 2003.We affirm USAC’s decision denying ACS’s request for an extension of the service delivery deadline for the requested recurring services. DA 11-599
Order: Word | Acrobat
3/30/11 Little Flower School, Cincinnati, OH: In this order, we grant an appeal filed by Little Flower School (Little Flower) of a decision by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) reducing a discount sought in an application for services under the E-rate program for funding year 2006. DA 11-578
Order: Word | Acrobat
3/22/11 Barrow County School District, Ellijay, GA, et al: In this order, the Bureau grants six appeals of decisions by USAC that reduce or deny funding from the E-rate program for various funding years. USAC reduced or denied funding based on the service start date information provided on the FCC Form 486 submitted by the applicants. The applicants affected by the USAC decisions state that they submitted the incorrect service start date when filing FCC Forms 486. As WCB found in Glendale Unified School District, minor mistakes such as this do not warrant the complete rejection of these applications given that the applicants made a procedural error and did not violate a Commission rule. Therefore, we find good cause to grant the appeals and remand the underlying applications to USAC for further action consistent with this order. DA 11-533
Order: Word | Acrobat
3/16/11 Challis Joint School District #181, Challis, ID: In this order, we deny the request for review by Challis Joint School District #181 (Challis) of a decision of the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) concerning applications for discounted services under the E-rate program. DA 11-490
Order: Word | Acrobat
3/9/11 E-Rate Deployed Ubiquitously (EDU) 2011 Selected Applicants PN: In this Public Notice, the Bureau announces it selection of 20 projects for the E-rate Deployed Ubiquitously (EDU) 2011 wireless pilot program. These projects will support mobile access to the Internet in order to improve educational opportunities for students or to help library patrons find and apply for jobs. The initiatives range from off-campus access to e-textbooks for students; to connectivity for netbooks for students living in remote, isolated areas; to access to flexible, online education programs for home-bound students unable to attend classes because of medical challenges. DA 11-439
Public Notice: Word | Acrobat
3/7/11 Chicago Public Schools, Chicago, IL: In this order, we grant six requests for review of decisions by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) denying applications for discounted services under the schools and libraries universal service support mechanism, also known as the E-rate program, for funding years 2002, 2004, and 2005. FCC 11-39
Order: Word | Acrobat
2/18/11 Funds For Learning Public Notice: The Wireline Competition Bureau seeks comment on a petition by Funds For Learning, LLC. to reject the Universal Service Administrative Company's priority two discount threshold recommendation for the schools and libraries program for funding year 2010. DA 11-331
Public Notice: Word | Acrobat
2/18/11 Blitz Communications, Inc., Chicago, IL: In this order, a short-form grant of appeals where applicants mistakenly assumed FCC Form 500 extended their services implementation deadline. DA 11-303
Order: Word | Acrobat
2/18/11 Bridgeport School District, Bridgeport, CT: In this order, a short form grant of separate appeals from 3 petitioners giving them another chance to show that they met the E-rate program requirement of having the necessary resources to effectively use the E-rate services they sought. DA 11-301
Order: Word | Acrobat
2/18/11 Barberton City School District, Barberton, OH: In this order, we deny Barberton City School District’s request for review. We find that USAC correctly applied the rules for the alternative discount mechanisms to determine the applicant's discount level. DA 11-291
Order: Word | Acrobat
1/14/11 Clarification on the Treatment of FCC Form 471 Item 21 Attachments Order: In this order, we clarify the treatment of attachments to applications for the E-rate program. DA 11-88
Order: Word | Acrobat
1/14/11 Camden City Public Schools, Camden, NJ: In this order, we grant three requests for waiver by school districts seeking approval to use the E-rate discounts committed for equipment or services in specified schools within their districts at other eligible schools. DA 11-87
Order: Word | Acrobat
1/14/11 Bayless Intermediate School, St. Louis, MI: In this order, we grant an appeal filed by Bayless Intermediate School (Bayless) of a decision of the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) denying its funding request for discounts under the E-rate program. We find that Bayless complied with the E-rate program’s competitive bidding rules. DA 11-86
Order: Word | Acrobat
1/14/11 Bryan Independent School District, Bryan, TX: In this order, we grant an appeal filed by Bryan Independent School District (Bryan) of a decision of the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) denying Bryan discounts under the E-rate program. DA 11-85
Order: Word | Acrobat
1/14/11 Youthbuild Columbus Community School, Columbus, OH: In this order, we grant an appeal filed by Youthbuild Columbus Community School (Youthbuild) of a decision of the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) rescinding funding already committed to Youthbuild under the E-rate program. DA 11-83
Order: Word | Acrobat
1/13/11 Warren Village School, Warren, NH : In this order, we grant a request for review filed by Warren Village School (Warren) of a decision by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) denying funding under the E-rate program for funding year 2003. DA 11-59
Order: Word | Acrobat
1/6/11 2010 E-Rate Program and Broadband Usage Survey Release: WCB Releases Summary of 2010 E-Rate Program and Broadband Usage Survey. DA 10-2414
Summary: Word | Acrobat
News Release: Word | Acrobat

 

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