A Closer Look at FCC’s DecisionAug 21The Commissions decision to transfer funds to Treasury should't be alarming to stakeholders
FY2017 Decisions Maintain PaceAug 18USAC keeps steady pace of decisions, $500 million ahead of last year
Voice Expenses Rise. FCC Can Help. Will It?Aug 18Sufficient funds exist to restore support for voice services; and applicants really need the help.
End of Summer E-rate RemindersAug 18Applicants, here are few E-rate reminders that should not be overlooked
E-rate Understates Need for Voice & C2Aug 11Real demand is hidden by phase down of voice services and difficulties applying for C2 support
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