Auction 902 Filing Window Rescheduled to Open on Sept. 30
Federal Communications Commission
News Media Information 202 / 418-0500445 12th St., S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20554DA 13-1978
September 25, 2013
TRIBAL MOBILITY FUND PHASE I AUCTION (AUCTION 902)
SHORT-FORM APPLICATION FILING WINDOW RESCHEDULED TO OPEN ON
SEPTEMBER 30, 2013
AU Docket No. 13-53By this Public Notice, the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau and Wireline Competition Bureau
announce that the filing window for short-form applications to participate in Auction 902 will now open
at 12 noon Eastern Time (ET) on September 30, 2013. This filing window was previously scheduled to
open on September 25, 2013,1 but the opening has been delayed to provide time for implementing certain
revisions to the list of census blocks to be eligible for support in this auction.2 The Auction 902 filing
window will remain open on a 24 hour basis from 12 noon ET on September 30, 2013, until 6:00 PM ET
on October 9, 2013. All other dates and deadlines for Auction 902 remain as previously announced.
An online tutorial, which provides information about pre-auction procedures, completing short-form
applications, auction conduct, the FCC Auction System, auction rules, and Mobility Fund rules, available
at http://wireless.fcc.gov/auctions/902/ will be updated prior to the opening of the short-form application
filing window to reflect this new opening date.
For further information, contact Patricia Robbins of the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau, Auctions
and Spectrum Access Division at (202) 418-0660.
- FCC -
1 See Tribal Mobility Fund Phase I Auction Rescheduled for December 19, 2013; Notice and Filing Requirements
and Other Procedures for Auction 902, Public Notice, AU Docket No. 13-53, DA 13-1672, 28 FCC Rcd 11628,
11646, para. 50 (2013).
2 The Bureaus anticipate releasing by public notice in the near future a revised list of areas that will be eligible for
support in Auction 902.
Note: We are currently transitioning our documents into web compatible formats for easier reading. We have done our best to supply this content to you in a presentable form, but there may be some formatting issues while we improve the technology. The original version of the document is available as a PDF, Word Document, or as plain text.