Verizon Agrees to E-rate Consent DecreeOct 19FCC released Verizon Consent Decree detailing compliance violations between Verizon & NYC DOE
FY2016 Invoices Due SoonOct 13With paperwork due at end of October, FY2016 payments trend slightly downward.
Education Superhighway Seeks FeedbackOct 13A survey by Education Superhighway seeks school districts' feedback in applying for C2 funds.
DC Training Best Suited for NewcomersOct 13New training format is less interactive, better suited to those without much E-rate experience
Further Hurricane Regulatory ReliefOct 11FCC waives certain E-rate rules and deadlines to assist hurricane-affected schools and libraries.
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