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FCC Releases Semi-Annual Report
On December 6, 2013, the Federal Communications Commission Office of Inspector General (OIG) released their Semi-Annual Report to Congress, which covers activity from April 1, 2013 through September 30, 2013. Much of the OIG’s work is...12/06/2013
What is Your Priority?
Connecting the students in the poorest schools in America should be the first priority of the E-rate program. Instead, E-rate funding rules are stacked in favor of wealthy schools and big telecomm companies. Why is this acceptable...12/06/2013
Comparing P1 vs. P2 Requirements and Results
An analysis of FY2012 funding commitment decision data and regulations illustrates the stark difference in both the requirements and outcomes associated with Priority One and Priority Two funding requests.12/06/2013
USAC Service Provider Call Notes – December 2013
USAC’s Schools and Libraries Division hosts monthly service provider conference calls, providing information and guidance for vendors participating in the E-rate program. Highlights from the December 4, 2013 service provider call...12/06/2013
What I am thankful for…
I am thankful for the E-rate program and for the many stakeholders that participate in the E-rate program. The E-rate program has been a wonderful federal program that has helped thousands of schools and libraries in every corner of the country.11/27/2013
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.