E-rate Bundled Components Public Notice Comment Deadlines
Federal Communications Commission
News Media Information 202 / 418-0500445 12th St., S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20554
Released: April 24, 2013
COMMENT CYCLE ESTABLISHED FOR WIRELINE COMPETITION BUREAU’S PUBLIC
NOTICE SEEKING COMMENT ON THE ELIGIBILITY OF BUNDLED COMPONENTS
UNDER THE SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES PROGRAM
CC Docket No. 02-6; GN Docket No. 09-51
Comment Date: May 23, 2013
Reply Comment Date: June 7, 2013
proposal to clarify the schools and libraries universal service support program (informally known as the
E-rate program) requirements for bundling devices, equipment and services that are ineligible for E-rate
support with E-rate eligible services and products.1
The Bureau set the comment and reply comment deadlines for the Bundled Components Public
Notice as 30 and 45 days, respectively, after publication of the summary of the notice in the Federal
Register.2 On April 23, 2013, a summary of the Bundled Components Public Notice appeared in the
Federal Register.3 Accordingly, comments will be due on May 23, 2013, and reply comments will be
due on June 7, 2013.
For comment filing requirements, please consult the Bundled Components Public Notice.4 For
further information regarding this proceeding, contact Bryan P. Boyle or Cara Voth, Wireline
Competition Bureau, Telecommunications Access Policy Division, Bryan.Boyle@fcc.gov or
1 Wireline Competition Bureau Seeks Comment on the Eligibility of Bundled Components Under the Schools and
Libraries Program, CC Docket No. 02-6, GN Docket No. 09-51, Public Notice, DA 13-592 (Wireline Comp. Bur.
rel. Apr. 2, 2013) (Bundled Components Public Notice).
3 See Schools and Libraries Universal Service Support Mechanism and A National Broadband Plan for Our Future,
78 Fed. Reg. 23,877 (Apr. 23, 2013).
4 See Bundled Components Public Notice, at paras. 15-18.
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