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IMLS Seeking USAC E-rate Data Request
On April 18, 2014, The FCC Released a Notice of Request that the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), an independent federal agency, is seeking access to USAC’s E-rate data. Specifically, IMLS would like information...04/18/2014
Closer Look: Basic Maintenance Demand
Basic maintenance funding requests totaled about $217 million in funding year 2014. This represents about 5% of overall demand. Each year, basic maintenance has represented the smallest category of demand. Compared to the demand associated...04/18/2014
Heartbleed’s potential bug bite
By now, you’ve probably heard about the latest major web security concern. Dubbed ‘Heartbleed,’ the virus is a vulnerability in a popular open source encryption system that allows potentially sensitive data to be stolen from connections...04/18/2014
USAC Releases FY 2014 Demand Estimate
On April 17, 2014, the Universal Service Company (USAC) released their annual demand estimate to the Federal Communications Commission. USAC’s estimate of the total program demand for FY 2014 is $4.825 billion...04/18/2014
Chairman Wheeler Talks E-rate 2.0
On April 17, 2014 Chairman Wheeler provided opening remarks to an Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) public hearing on libraries and broadband. During Chairman Wheeler’s opening remarks he stated that the E-rate was moving...04/18/2014
What is the E-rate?
The E-rate supports K-12 students and library patrons in the United States. The program provides discounts up to 90% on goods and services essential for classrooms and libraries to receive voice, video, and data communications.