The reply comment time period ended on April 21st for the FCC’s current “Focused Comment on E-rate Modernization” Public Notice. In all, E-rate stakeholders submitted 144 reply filings to the FCC from April 7th through April 24th.
Notable filings were submitted by the American Library Association, Cisco Systems, Inc., the Council of the Great City Schools and Education Superhighway (additional filing) covering topics ranging from the possible merits of consortia procurement, critical network equipment, the current E-rate priority system and the future eligibility of some Priority One services.
Reply comments to the FCC were mostly comprised of filings from technology companies or vendor associations, school or library associations, municipalities and E-rate consultant firms; however the following school districts submitted filings in response to the FCC Public notice during the reply comment period:
The following E-rate consulting firms also submitted reply comments to the FCC: