Libraries Support SECA's Invoice PetitionJun 24American Library Association joins those who would like changes to invoice extension deadline
Visit Funds for Learning at ISTE 2016Jun 24Join Funds for Learning at ISTE. We are happy to answer any E-rate questions!
Switching and Wi-Fi Lead C2 RequestsJun 23More than 65% of C2 requests for Funding Year 2016 are for switching and Wi-fi
Lit Fiber Dominates FY2016 C1 RequestsJun 17Applicants requested over one billion dollars in discounts on lit fiber service in Funding Year 2016.
Funding Letters Issued in Record TimeJun 16USAC issues first FY2016 funding wave in 21 days, faster than any prior year.
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