FCC Presentation on the Reimbursement Program
Held September 2021
to the recording with PowerPoint slides. Final slides include FAQs and contact information.
Thank you FCC presentation sponsors!
The FCC’s Wireline Competition Bureau provided an overview of the requirements and expectations of the FCC’s supply
The FCC also discussed the intricate
Third Report and Order
August 3 Public Notice.
obligations of participating carriers during their replacement, removal, and disposal processes, including details about the filing window, reimbursement claims, and reporting.
chain reimbursement program, as outlined in this
Important resource: www.fcc.gov/supplychain
Smart & Secure Networks Summit
June 29 – July 1, 2021 in Dallas, Texas
The Smart & Secure Networks Summit was a production of the Rural Wireless Association in collaboration with SmartGig Media LLC.
The Smart & Secure Networks Summit was a success! Here's what participants had to say: "First the conference was excellent! Agree that the presenters were effective in conveying complex technical subject matter and explaining the reimbursement process. I had no idea how convoluted the reimbursement process is." ---
"Exceeded my expectations for networking opportunities." --- "Your team did a great job putting this conference together on such a short timeframe. It was the best RWA event that I have attended, and I’ve been to several." --- "Awesome event this week! "
Visit www.smartandsecurenetworks.com to view conference presentations. Video interviews coming soon.
FCC Webinar on Supply Chain Reimbursement Program
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Presented on Monday, February 8, 2021
Contact Justin.Faulb@fcc.gov, if you have questions. Please note that due to FCC policies, we were not able to share the presenter’s PowerPoint slides or record the webinar.
Justin Faulb, Legal Advisor in the FCC’s Wireline Competition Bureau, provided an overview of the requirements and expectations of the FCC’s supply chain reimbursement program. Mr. Faulb also discussed the intricate obligations of participating carriers during their replacement, removal and disposal processes, including details about the filing window, reimbursement claims, and reporting.
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