In its reply comments, filed today in response to the FCC’s Notice of Inquiry on caller ID authentication for non-IP network, reiterate its support for termination of the continuing extension for STIR/SHAKEN compliance by non-IP networks. WTA states … Continue reading “WTA Files Reply Comments on SHAKEN/STIR NOI”
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On December 22, 2022, WTA joined other industry organizations in petitioning the FCC for an extension of time to comment on the FCC’s Notice of Inquiry on implementation of STIR/SHAKEN because of the complexity of issues raised in the Notice … Continue reading “WTA Joins Call for Extension of Time to Comment on STIR/SHAKEN”
WASHINGTON, D.C. (December 7, 2022) – WTA – Advocates for Rural Broadband applauds Representatives Jimmy Panetta (D-CA), Mike Kelly (R-PA), Terri Sewell (D-AL), and Drew Ferguson (R-GA) for introducing the bipartisan Broadband Grant Tax Treatment Act, legislation exempting broadband grant … Continue reading “WTA Applauds Introduction of Bill to Exempt Broadband Grants from Taxation”
On Nov. 2, representatives from WTA met with staff from the FCC’s Wireline Competition Bureau and Office of Economics and Analytics, to discuss the need for continuing and updated CAF-BLS and budget control mechanism (BCM) relief to complete the ongoing … Continue reading “WTA Discusses CAF-BLS Modernization with FCC”
This week, WTA met with staff from the offices of FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel and Commissioners Brendan Carr, Nathan Simington, and Geoffrey Starks to discuss the pending Enhanced Alternative Connect America Cost Model rulemaking, as well as the need for … Continue reading “WTA Discusses Modernization of ACAM and CAF-BLS/HCLS USF Mechanisms With FCC”
On August 18, representatives from WTA met with staff from the FCC’s Wireline Competition Bureau and Office of Economics and Analytics to discuss the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking regarding the ACAM Broadband Coalition proceeding. WTA urged the FCC to move
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