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USAC Schools and Libraries Quarterly Board Meeting Agenda

Each quarter, the USAC Schools and Libraries Committee holds meetings to provide policy guidance to the SLD on a variety of E-rate topics. The next quarterly meeting is scheduled for January 26th, 2015. The meetings are open to the public, and the agenda for the January 26th meeting is as follows:

Action Items:

a1. Consent Items (each available for discussion upon request):

A. Approval of Schools and Libraries Committee Meeting Minutes of October 27, 2014
B. Approval of moving all Executive Session items into Executive Session
C. Approval of audit reports without findings
D. Routine procurements: Deemed consideration and approval of in Executive Session

a2. Recommendation for Election of Committee Chair and Vice Chair
a3. Approval of Schools and Libraries Support Mechanism 2nd Quarter 2015 Programmatic Budget and Demand Projection for the January 30, 2015 FCC Filing
a4. Action on One USAC Internal Audit Division Schools and Libraries Support Mechanism Beneficiary Audit Report – Executive Session Option
a5. Miscellaneous. Solicit ideas for April 2015 Committee meeting agenda

Executive Session

a6. Consideration of Contract Award for Schools and Libraries Program Operations Information Systems Modernization Assistance – Confidential – Executive Session Recommended
a7. Consideration of an Amendment to the Contract Award for Payment Quality Assurance Program Support Services ‚Äí Confidential – Executive Session Recommended
a8. Business Update – Confidential – Executive Session Recommended

  • Strategy and Performance Management Discussion
  • Key Strategic Initiatives (including SL IT Modernization)
  • 2015 Annual Budget Discussion and Approval
  • General Business Update
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