The Most Active Proceedings page identifies and provides links to proceedings that have had comments filed in the last 30 days. A complete list of all proceedings is located in the Electronic Comment Filing System ("ECFS"). You can click on the proceeding number to get more information about that proceeding. To review all filings in the last 30 days for each proceeding, click on the number under the heading "Filings in the Last 30 Days."
To file a comment of up to several paragraphs, click on one of the proceedings listed below. To file a longer comment as an attachment, click on submit a filing and include the docket number of the proceeding both on the form and on the attachment.
If the proceeding you are looking for is not listed, you can go to ECFS and enter the proceeding number.
The FCC also compiles a list of Commission-level items that have been circulated to the Commissioners and are pending action by the full Commission. This list is updated on a weekly basis.
|Proceeding Number||Title||Filings in Last 30 Days|
|18-197||COMMISSION OPENS DOCKET FOR PROPOSED TRANSFER OF CONTROL OF SPRINT CORPORATION TO T-MOBILE US, INC.||162|
|10-90||In the Matter of Connect America Fund A National Broadband Plan for Our Future High-Cost Universal Service Support. .||95|
|02-6||In the Matter of Schools and Libraries Universal Service Support Mechanism||76|
|19-126||Rural Digital Opportunity Fund||57|
|19-250||Implementation of State and Local Governments’ Obligation to Approve Certain Wireless Facility Modification Requests Under Section 6409(a) of the Spectrum Act of 2012.||47|
|17-108||Restoring Internet Freedom||45|
|17-84||Accelerating Wireline Broadband Deployment by Removing Barriers to Infrastructure Investment||44|
|RM-11849||Wireless Telecommunications Bureau and Wireline Competition Bureau Seek Comment on WIA Petition for Rulemaking, WIA Petition for Declaratory Ruling and CTIA Petition for Declaratory Ruling||44|
|07-114||In the Matter of revision of the Commission's Rules to Ensure Compatibility with Enhanced 911 Emergency Calling Systems.||43|
|18-122||Expanding Flexible Use of the 3.7 GHz to 4.2 GHz Band||42|