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FCC Releases Erratum for Emergency Connectivity Fund

On June 23rd, the FCC released a Second Erratum to clarify or correct portions of Emergency Connectivity Fund Report and Order, which was adopted on May 10th, 2021. The Second Erratum makes additional corrections to Section 54.1710(a)(1) in Appendix A of the Report and Order. The corrections includes:

1. Paragraph (v) is corrected to read as follows:
“(v) The library or library consortia eligible is for assistance from a State library administrative
agency under the Library Services and Technology Act, does not operate as for-profit businesses,
and their budgets are completely separate from any school (including, but not limited to,
elementary and secondary schools, colleges, and universities).”

2. Paragraphs (x) and (xi) are corrected to read as follows:
“(x) The applicant or the relevant student, school staff member, or library patron has received, or
the applicant has ordered the equipment and services for which funding is sought.
(xi) The equipment and services the school, library, or consortium purchases or will purchase
using Emergency Connectivity Fund support will be used primarily for educational purposes and
will not be sold, resold, or transferred in consideration for money or any other thing of value,
except as allowed by § 54.1713.”

Download a copy of the Erratum here

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