- Major Information Systems
- Systems of Records - The Commission reviews and updates its Systems of Records by September 30 of each year in order to ensure that our inventory of personally identifiable information is accurate, relevant, timely, and complete.
- How to Make a Privacy Act Request
- External Privacy Links
- Contact Information
- Privacy Impact Assessment
Major Information Systems
- A financial system that conducts monetary transactions between the FCC and a financial institution.
- A licensing system that directly supports the FCC’s charter for regulating interstate and international communications.
- Has the potential to cause severe or catastrophic harm to the Commission if its data were compromised.
- FCC Access Control Systems (ACS)
- Consolidated Database System (CDBS)
- Cable Operations and Licensing System (COALS)
- Commission Registration System (CORES)
- Canadian Co-channel Serial Coordination System (COSER)
- Equipment Authorization System (EAS)
- Electronic Chairman's Lifecycle Agenda Tracking System (eCLAS)
- Experimental Licensing System (ELS)
- International Bureau Filing System (IBFS)
- Integrated Spectrum Auctions Systems (ISAS)
- Revenue Accounting Management Information System (RAMIS)
- Universal Licensing System and Antenna Structure Registration (ULS/ASR)
- Federal Financial System (Department of the Interior) (FFS)*
- Federal Personnel/Payroll System (Department of Agriculture) (FPPS)*
- Procurement Desktop (Department of the Interior) (PD)*
- USAC is a company that hosts four systems: (USAC)*
- High Cost Program
- Low Income Program
- Rural Health Care Program
- Schools & Libraries Program
Systems of Records
The Privacy Act defines “systems of records” as “a group of any records under the control of any agency from which information is retrieved by the name of the individual or by some identifying number, symbol, or other identifying particular assigned to the individual.” Federal agencies are required to make the public aware of what “systems of records” they maintain.
The table below lists and provides links to the Commission’s “Systems of Records.”
The Commission reviews and updates its Systems of Records by September 30 of each year in order to ensure that our inventory of personally identifiable information is accurate, relevant, timely, and complete.
How to Make a Privacy Act Request
- Department of Justice Overview of the Privacy Act
- The E-Government Act of 2002, Sec. 208 on Privacy Provisions
- Office of Management and Buget Policy on Internet Privacy
- Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-130: Management of Federal Information Resources, Appendix I on Maintaining Records About Individuals
- Office of Personnel Management Privacy Act Regulations on Personnel Records 4 CFR 297
- The Privacy Act (5 U.S.C. 552a)