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Stakeholders File Reply Comments on Future of the USF

Several stakeholders filed reply comments on the future of the Universal Service Fund (USF) which were due March 17, 2022, following a 45-day extension period. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) had previously issued a Notice of Inquiry seeking comment on issues related to the future of the Universal Service Fund (USF or Fund) in light of the broadband investments in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (Infrastructure Act or Act).

The stakeholders reply comments can be viewed via links below

AAPINCTA – The Internet & Television Association
ACA Connects – America’s Communications AssociationNew York State Public Service Commission
Ad Hoc Telecom Users CommitteeNTCA-The Rural Broadband Association
ADS Advanced Data ServicesPremier Communications
Alaska Remote Carrier CoalitionPublic Service Commission of the District of Columbia
Alaska Telecom AssociationRobert Branson,Ebonie Riley,Patrice Willoughby,Ron Busby, Sr.
Andrew EhrlichRoslyn Layton, Phd
AST SpaceMobile, Inc.Rural Wireless Association, Inc.
AT&T Services, Inc.Sarah Oh Lam,Scott Wallsten
Chickasaw Telephone Co.,REV,Rural Telephone Service Co., Inc.SBE Council
Cici Rojas, Rosa Mendoza, C. LeRoy Cavazos-ReynaSonic Telecom, LLC
Coalition of Rural Wireless CarriersThe Digital Progress Institute
Competitive Enterprise InstituteThe Free State Foundation
CTIAThe Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
Entertainment Software AssociationThe Motion Picture Association, Inc.
GCI Communication Corp.The National Grange
Georgetown Center for Business and Public PolicyT-Mobile USA, Inc.
Gila River Telecommunications, Inc.Twilio Inc.
Hal Singer, Ted TatosU.S. Chamber of Commerce
INCOMPASUSTelecom – The Broadband Association
Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)Vantage Point Solutions
Mark SealeWindstream
Microsoft CorporationWireless Infrastructure Association (WIA)
National Association of Regulatory Utility CommissionersWireless Internet Service Providers Association
National Association of State Utility Consumer AdvocatesWisconsin Department of Public Instruction
National Lifeline AssociationWTA – Advocates for Rural Broadband
NCIC Inmate Communications
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