EPC “Known Issues” and Other TipsDec 09Applicants can expect a bumpy ride navigating USAC’s patchwork of new and old systems
Homework Gap Reply Comments FiledDec 08FFL submits reply comments in support of Boulder Valley School District and Microsoft’s petitions
SLD to Expand WorkforceDec 07USAC posts positions tied to E-rate. Interested parties are encouraged to submit resumes
A Reminder: Competitive Bidding and EPCDec 07RFP's & 470's must be available to all potential bidders to ensure fair & competitive bidding process
FY2016 Funding Slow, but AverageDec 02Delays, while frustrating, are not new to the E-rate program. FY2016 is disappointingly normal.
This week's focus: Calming Presence
This week’s Funds For Learning GuideMark is called “Calming Presence”. It is about maintaining proper composure and perspective, especially when the stakes are high. When there is a lot on the line (such as a big funding application for a school district), it is so important that we perform our tasks well.... Continue
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