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  • Licensing
    The FCC is responsible for managing and licensing the electromagnetic spectrum for commercial users and for non-commercial users including: state, county and local governments. In licensing the spectrum, the Commission promotes efficient and reliable access to the spectrum for a variety of innovative uses as well as promotes public safety and emergency response.

  • Commission Documents
    Looking for an NOI or a recently released PN? Official Documents is a large feed of the dozens of official documents the agency produces daily, equipped with filters and sorting tools to help you quickly find what you’re looking for.

  • The Daily Digest & Recent Releases
    A complete list of Commission orders, news releases, speeches, public notices and all other FCC documents that are released each business day.

  • Public Comment (ECFS)
    The Electronic Comment Filing System serves as the repository for official records in the FCC's docketed proceedings and rulemakings from 1992 to the present.

    EDOCS lets you search a database of Daily Digest entries for FCC documents that have been posted to the FCC web site.

  • The FCC and the Courts
    FCC items related to recent or ongoing litigation, including: court opinions, court filings, court cases, and pending appellate cases. (See also: filterable list)

  • Statistical Reports of the FCC
    A selection of popular reports listed accoring to the originating FCC Bureau and Office. For links to more reports, see the Reports page.

  • Headlines Archive
    Headlines are the best source for up-to-the-minute status and links to very latest and highest profile items at the Commission, and for other important notices. FCC Headlines have been archived since July of 1996, and serve as a great chronological resource for tracing the history of the Commission's work.

  • FCC Updates and Releases
    The Commission has developed several methods over the past few years to help the public keep up with the steady flow of information that is added to the FCC web site each day (approximately 50 files added daily). This page provides a collection of links that you can use to make sure you don't miss any new releases and to keep track of the pages that the Commission updates on a regularly scheduled basis.

  • FCC Search Tools
    The FCC offers a variety of system-specific search tools in addition to the Commission's primary, full-text search engine. This page lists direct links to the all of the FCC's database search tools and the main search engine.