USAC Quarterly Board Meeting HighlightsApr 26SLD focusing on completing FY2016 applications and EPC enhancements for FY2017
Throwing Good Money After BadApr 21Commentary: the FCC needs to cut everyone’s losses and pull the plug on EPC
Invoice Extensions Erroneously GrantedApr 21Applicants told to disregard USAC notification that they were granted more time to submit paperwork
EPC System OutageApr 20Online portal unavailable Sunday, Apr 23rd between 7–10pm ET for monthly system maintenance
USAC Quarterly Board Meeting AgendaApr 20SLD Committee to hold a meeting on Apr 24; variety of E-rate topics & policy guidance to be discussed
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