The Enforcement Bureau (EB) is the primary FCC unit responsible for enforcing the provisions of the Communications Act, the Commission's rules, orders, and various licensing terms and conditions. EB's mission is to investigate and respond quickly to potential unlawful conduct to ensure: (1) consumer protection in an era of complex communications; (2) a level playing field to promote robust competition; (3) efficient and responsible use of the public airwaves; and (4) strict compliance with public safety-related rules.


Bureau Chief: Travis LeBlanc




Enforcement Headlines


Broadcast Complaints

November 21, 2015
/*--> */ The Enforcement Bureau has two divisions responsible for handling broadcast complaints. The Investigations and Hearings Division is...

Broadcast Interference

November 15, 2015
/*--> */ The Spectrum Enforcement Division , in conjunction with the Regional and Field Offices , is responsible for responding to complaints of...