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Title 47Chapter ISubchapter APart 1


TITLE 47—Telecommunication

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 1—PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

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Subpart A—GENERAL RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

General

§1.1
Proceedings before the Commission.
§1.2
Declaratory rulings.
§1.3
Suspension, amendment, or waiver of rules.
§1.4
Computation of time.
§1.5
Mailing address furnished by licensee.
§1.6
Availability of station logs and records for Commission inspection.
§1.7
Documents are filed upon receipt.
§1.8
Withdrawal of papers.
§1.10
Transcript of testimony; copies of documents submitted.
§1.12
Notice to attorneys of Commission documents.
§1.13
Filing of petitions for review and notices of appeals of Commission orders.
§1.14
Citation of Commission documents.
§1.16
Unsworn declarations under penalty of perjury in lieu of affidavits.
§1.17
Truthful and accurate statements to the Commission.
§1.18
Administrative Dispute Resolution.
§1.19
Use of metric units required.

Parties, Practitioners, and Witnesses

§1.21
Parties.
§1.22
Authority for representation.
§1.23
Persons who may be admitted to practice.
§1.24
Censure, suspension, or disbarment of attorneys.
§1.25
[Reserved]
§1.26
Appearances.
§1.27
Witnesses; right to counsel.
§§1.28-1.29
[Reserved]

Pleadings, Briefs, and Other Papers

§1.41
Informal requests for Commission action.
§1.42
Applications, reports, complaints; cross-reference.
§1.43
Requests for stay; cross-reference.
§1.44
Separate pleadings for different requests.
§1.45
Pleadings; filing periods.
§1.46
Motions for extension of time.
§1.47
Service of documents and proof of service.
§1.48
Length of pleadings.
§1.49
Specifications as to pleadings and documents.
§1.50
Specifications as to briefs.
§1.51
Number of copies of pleadings, briefs, and other papers.
§1.52
Subscription and verification.

Forbearance Proceedings

§1.53
Separate pleadings for petitions for forbearance.
§1.54
Petitions for forbearance must be complete as filed.
§1.55
Public notice of petitions for forbearance.
§1.56
Motions for summary denial of petitions for forbearance.
§1.57
Circulation and voting of petitions for forbearance.
§1.58
Forbearance petition quiet period prohibition.
§1.59
Withdrawal or narrowing of petitions for forbearance.

General Application Procedures

§1.61
Procedures for handling applications requiring special aeronautical study.
§1.62
Operation pending action on renewal application.
§1.65
Substantial and significant changes in information furnished by applicants to the Commission.
§1.68
Action on application for license to cover construction permit.
§1.77
Detailed application procedures; cross references.

Miscellaneous Proceedings

§1.80
Forfeiture proceedings.
§1.83
Applications for radio operator licenses.
§1.85
Suspension of operator licenses.
§1.87
Modification of license or construction permit on motion of the Commission.
§1.88
Predesignation pleading procedure.
§1.89
Notice of violations.
§1.91
Revocation and/or cease and desist proceedings; hearings.
§1.92
Revocation and/or cease and desist proceedings; after waiver of hearing.
§1.93
Consent orders.
§1.94
Consent order procedures.
§1.95
Violation of consent orders.

Reconsideration and Review of Actions Taken by the Commission and Pursuant to Delegated Authority; Effective Dates and Finality Dates of Actions

§1.101
General provisions.
§1.102
Effective dates of actions taken pursuant to delegated authority.
§1.103
Effective dates of Commission actions; finality of Commission actions.
§1.104
Preserving the right of review; deferred consideration of application for review.
§1.106
Petitions for reconsideration in non-rulemaking proceedings.
§1.108
Reconsideration on Commission's own motion.
§1.110
Partial grants; rejection and designation for hearing.
§1.113
Action modified or set aside by person, panel, or board.
§1.115
Application for review of action taken pursuant to delegated authority.
§1.117
Review on motion of the Commission.
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Subpart B—HEARING PROCEEDINGS

General

§1.201
Scope.
§1.202
Official reporter; transcript.
§1.203
The record.
§1.204
Pleadings; definition.
§1.205
Continuances and extensions.
§1.207
Interlocutory matters, reconsideration and review; cross references.
§1.209
Identification of responsible officer in caption to pleading.
§1.211
Service.

Participants and Issues

§1.221
Notice of hearing; appearances.
§1.223
Petitions to intervene.
§1.224
Motion to proceed in forma pauperis.
§1.225
Participation by non-parties; consideration of communications.
§1.227
Consolidations.
§1.229
Motions to enlarge, change, or delete issues.

Presiding Officer

§1.241
Designation of presiding officer.
§1.243
Authority of presiding officer.
§1.244
Designation of a settlement judge.
§1.245
Disqualification of presiding officer.

Prehearing Procedures

§1.246
Admission of facts and genuineness of documents.
§1.248
Prehearing conferences; hearing conferences.
§1.249
Prehearing statement.

Hearing and Intermediate Decision

§1.250
Discovery and preservation of evidence; cross-reference.
§1.251
Summary decision.
§1.253
Time and place of hearing.
§1.254
Nature of the hearing; burden of proof.
§1.255
Order of procedure.
§1.258
Closing of the hearing.
§1.260
Certification of transcript.
§1.261
Corrections to transcript.
§1.263
Proposed findings and conclusions.
§1.264
Contents of findings of fact and conclusions.
§1.267
Initial and recommended decisions.

Review Proceedings

§1.271
Delegation of review function.
§1.273
Waiver of initial or recommended decision.
§1.274
Certification of the record to the Commission for initial or final decision.
§1.276
Appeal and review of initial decision.
§1.277
Exceptions; oral arguments.
§1.279
Limitation of matters to be reviewed.
§1.282
Final decision of the Commission.

Interlocutory Actions in Hearing Proceedings

§1.291
General provisions.
§1.294
Oppositions and replies.
§1.296
Service.
§1.297
Oral argument.
§1.298
Rulings; time for action.

Appeal and Reconsideration of Presiding Officer's Ruling

§1.301
Appeal from presiding officer's interlocutory ruling; effective date of ruling.
§1.302
Appeal from presiding officer's final ruling; effective date of ruling.

The Discovery and Preservation of Evidence

§1.311
General.
§1.313
Protective orders.
§1.315
Depositions upon oral examination—notice and preliminary procedure.
§1.316
Depositions upon written interrogatories—notice and preliminary procedure.
§1.318
The taking of depositions.
§1.319
Objections to the taking of depositions.
§1.321
Use of depositions at the hearing.
§1.323
Interrogatories to parties.
§1.325
Discovery and production of documents and things for inspection, copying, or photographing.

Subpenas

§1.331
Who may sign and issue.
§1.333
Requests for issuance of subpena.
§1.334
Motions to quash.
§1.335
Rulings.
§1.336
Service of subpenas.
§1.337
Return of service.
§1.338
Subpena forms.
§1.339
Witness fees.
§1.340
Attendance of witness; disobedience.

Evidence

§1.351
Rules of evidence.
§1.352
Cumulative evidence.
§1.353
Further evidence during hearing.
§1.354
Documents containing matter not material.
§1.355
Documents in foreign language.
§1.356
Copies of exhibits.
§1.357
Mechanical reproductions as evidence.
§1.358
Tariffs as evidence.
§1.359
Proof of official record; authentication of copy.
§1.360
Proof of lack of record.
§1.361
Other proof of official record.
§1.362
Production of statements.
§1.363
Introduction of statistical data.
§1.364
Testimony by speakerphone.
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Subpart C—RULEMAKING PROCEEDINGS

General

§1.399
Scope.
§1.400
Definitions.

Petitions and Related Pleadings

§1.401
Petitions for rulemaking.
§1.403
Notice and availability.
§1.405
Responses to petitions; replies.
§1.407
Action on petitions.

Rulemaking Proceedings

§1.411
Commencement of rulemaking proceedings.
§1.412
Notice of proposed rulemaking.
§1.413
Content of notice.
§1.415
Comments and replies.
§1.419
Form of comments and replies; number of copies.
§1.420
Additional procedures in proceedings for amendment of the FM or TV Tables of Allotments, or for amendment of certain FM assignments.
§1.421
Further notice of rulemaking.
§1.423
Oral argument and other proceedings.
§1.425
Commission action.
§1.427
Effective date of rules.
§1.429
Petition for reconsideration of final orders in rulemaking proceedings.

Inquiries

§1.430
Proceedings on a notice of inquiry.
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Subpart D—[RESERVED]

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Subpart E—COMPLAINTS, APPLICATIONS, TARIFFS, AND REPORTS INVOLVING COMMON CARRIERS

General

§1.701
Show cause orders.
§1.703
Appearances.

Complaints

§1.711
Formal or informal complaints.

Informal Complaints

§1.716
Form.
§1.717
Procedure.
§1.718
Unsatisfied informal complaints; formal complaints relating back to the filing dates of informal complaints.
§1.719
Informal complaints filed pursuant to section 258.

Formal Complaints

§1.720
General pleading requirements.
§1.721
Format and content of complaints.
§1.722
Damages.
§1.723
Joinder of complainants and causes of action.
§1.724
Answers.
§1.725
Cross-complaints and counterclaims.
§1.726
Replies.
§1.727
Motions.
§1.728
Formal complaints not stating a cause of action; defective pleadings.
§1.729
Discovery.
§1.730
The Enforcement Bureau's Accelerated Docket.
§1.731
Confidentiality of information produced or exchanged by the parties.
§1.732
Other required written submissions.
§1.733
Status conference.
§1.734
Specifications as to pleadings, briefs, and other documents; subscription.
§1.735
Copies; service; separate filings against multiple defendants.
§1.736
Complaints filed pursuant to 47 U.S.C. 271(d)(6)(B).

Applications

§1.741
Scope.
§1.742
Place of filing, fees, and number of copies.
§1.743
Who may sign applications.
§1.744
Amendments.
§1.745
Additional statements.
§1.746
Defective applications.
§1.747
Inconsistent or conflicting applications.
§1.748
Dismissal of applications.
§1.749
Action on application under delegated authority.

Specific Types of Applications Under Title II of Communications Act

§1.761
Cross reference.
§1.763
Construction, extension, acquisition or operation of lines.
§1.764
Discontinuance, reduction, or impairment of service.
§1.767
Cable landing licenses.
§1.768
Notification by and prior approval for submarine cable landing licensees that are or propose to become affiliated with a foreign carrier.

Tariffs

§1.771
Filing.
§1.772
Application for special tariff permission.
§1.773
Petitions for suspension or rejection of new tariff filings.
§1.774
Pricing flexibility.

Contracts, Reports, and Requests Required to be Filed by Carriers

§1.781
Requests for extension of filing time.

Contracts

§1.783
Filing.

Financial and Accounting Reports and Requests

§1.785
Annual financial reports.
§1.786
[Reserved]
§1.787
Reports of proposed changes in depreciation rates.
§1.789
Reports regarding division of international telegraph communication charges.
§1.790
Reports relating to traffic by international carriers.
§1.791
Reports and requests to be filed under part 32 of this chapter.
§1.795
Reports regarding interstate rates of return.

Services and Facilities Reports

§1.802
Reports relating to continuing authority to supplement facilities or to provide temporary or emergency service.
§1.803
Reports relating to reduction in temporary experimental service.

Miscellaneous Reports

§1.814
Reports regarding free service rendered the Government for national defense.
§1.815
Reports of annual employment.

Grants by Random Selection

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Subpart F—WIRELESS RADIO SERVICES APPLICATIONS AND PROCEEDINGS

Scope and Authority

§1.901
Basis and purpose.
§1.902
Scope.
§1.903
Authorization required.
§1.907
Definitions.

Application Requirements and Procedures

§1.911
Station files.
§1.913
Application and notification forms; electronic and manual filing.
§1.915
General application requirements.
§1.917
Who may sign applications.
§1.919
Ownership information.
§1.923
Content of applications.
§1.924
Quiet zones.
§1.925
Waivers.
§1.926
Application processing; initial procedures.
§1.927
Amendment of applications.
§1.928
Frequency coordination, Canada.
§1.929
Classification of filings as major or minor.
§1.931
Application for special temporary authority.
§1.933
Public notices.
§1.934
Defective applications and dismissal.
§1.935
Agreements to dismiss applications, amendments or pleadings.
§1.937
Repetitious or conflicting applications.
§1.939
Petitions to deny.
§1.945
License grants.
§1.946
Construction and coverage requirements.
§1.947
Modification of licenses.
§1.948
Assignment of authorization or transfer of control, notification of consummation.
§1.949
Application for renewal of license.
§1.951
Duty to respond to official communications.
§1.955
Termination of authorizations.
§1.956
Settlement conferences.
§1.957
Procedure with respect to amateur radio operator license.
§1.958
Distance computation.
§1.959
Computation of average terrain elevation.

Reports To Be Filed With the Commission

§1.981
Reports, annual and semiannual.

Foreign Ownership of Common Carrier, Aeronautical en Route, and Aeronautical Fixed Radio Station Licensees

§1.990
Citizenship and filing requirements under the Communications Act of 1934.
§1.991
Contents of petitions for declaratory ruling under the Communications Act of 1934.
§1.992
How to calculate indirect equity and voting interests.
§1.993
Insulation criteria for interests in limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, and limited liability companies.
§1.994
Routine terms and conditions.
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Subpart G—SCHEDULE OF STATUTORY CHARGES AND PROCEDURES FOR PAYMENT

§1.1101
Authority.
§1.1102
Schedule of charges for applications and other filings in the wireless telecommunications services.
§1.1103
Schedule of charges for equipment approval, experimental radio services (or service).
§1.1104
Schedule of charges for applications and other filings for media services.
§1.1105
Schedule of charges for applications and other filings for the wireline competition services.
§1.1106
Schedule of charges for applications and other filings for the enforcement services.
§1.1107
Schedule of charges for applications and other filings for the international services.
§1.1108
Schedule of charges for applications and other filings for the international telecommunication services.
§1.1109
Schedule of charges for applications and other filings for the Homeland services.
§1.1110
Attachment of charges.
§1.1111
Payment of charges.
§1.1112
Form of payment.
§1.1113
Filing locations.
§1.1114
Conditionality of Commission or staff authorizations.
§1.1115
Return or refund of charges.
§1.1116
General exemptions to charges.
§1.1117
Adjustments to charges.
§1.1118
Penalty for late or insufficient payments.
§1.1119
Petitions and applications for review.
§1.1120
Error claims.
§1.1121
Billing procedures.
§1.1151
Authority to prescribe and collect regulatory fees.
§1.1152
Schedule of annual regulatory fees and filing locations for wireless radio services.
§1.1153
Schedule of annual regulatory fees and filing locations for mass media services.
§1.1154
Schedule of annual regulatory charges and filing locations for common carrier services.
§1.1155
Schedule of regulatory fees and filing locations for cable television services.
§1.1156
Schedule of regulatory fees and filing locations for international services.
§1.1157
Payment of charges for regulatory fees.
§1.1158
Form of payment for regulatory fees.
§1.1159
Filing locations and receipts for regulatory fees.
§1.1160
Refunds of regulatory fees.
§1.1161
Conditional license grants and delegated authorizations.
§1.1162
General exemptions from regulatory fees.
§1.1163
Adjustments to regulatory fees.
§1.1164
Penalties for late or insufficient regulatory fee payments.
§1.1165
Payment by cashier's check for regulatory fees.
§1.1166
Waivers, reductions and deferrals of regulatory fees.
§1.1167
Error claims related to regulatory fees.
§1.1181
Authority to prescribe and collect fees for competitive bidding-related services and products.
§1.1182
Schedule of fees for products and services provided by the Commission in connection with competitive bidding procedures.
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Subpart H—EX PARTE COMMUNICATIONS

General

§1.1200
Introduction.
§1.1202
Definitions.

Sunshine Period Prohibition

§1.1203
Sunshine period prohibition.

General Exemptions

§1.1204
Exempt ex parte presentations and proceedings.

Non-Restricted Proceedings

§1.1206
Permit-but-disclose proceedings.

Restricted Proceedings

§1.1208
Restricted proceedings.

Prohibition on Solicitation of Presentations

§1.1210
Prohibition on solicitation of presentations.

Procedures for Handling of Prohibited Ex Parte Presentations

§1.1212
Procedures for handling of prohibited ex parte presentations.
§1.1214
Disclosure of information concerning violations of this subpart.

Sanctions

§1.1216
Sanctions.
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Subpart I—PROCEDURES IMPLEMENTING THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT OF 1969

§1.1301
Basis and purpose.
§1.1302
Cross-reference; Regulations of the Council on Environmental Quality.
§1.1303
Scope.
§1.1304
Information and assistance.
§1.1305
Actions which normally will have a significant impact upon the environment, for which Environmental Impact Statements must be prepared.
§1.1306
Actions which are categorically excluded from environmental processing.
§1.1307
Actions that may have a significant environmental effect, for which Environmental Assessments (EAs) must be prepared.
§1.1308
Consideration of environmental assessments (EAs); findings of no significant impact.
§1.1309
Application amendments.
§1.1310
Radiofrequency radiation exposure limits.
§1.1311
Environmental information to be included in the environmental assessment (EA).
§1.1312
Facilities for which no preconstruction authorization is required.
§1.1313
Objections.
§1.1314
Environmental impact statements (EISs).
§1.1315
The Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS); Comments.
§1.1317
The Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS).
§1.1319
Consideration of the environmental impact statements.
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Subpart J—POLE ATTACHMENT COMPLAINT PROCEDURES

§1.1401
Purpose.
§1.1402
Definitions.
§1.1403
Duty to provide access; modifications; notice of removal, increase or modification; petition for temporary stay; and cable operator notice.
§1.1404
Complaint.
§1.1405
File numbers.
§1.1406
Dismissal of complaints.
§1.1407
Response and reply.
§1.1408
Number of copies and form of pleadings.
§1.1409
Commission consideration of the complaint.
§1.1410
Remedies.
§1.1411
Meetings and hearings.
§1.1412
Enforcement.
§1.1413
Forfeiture.
§1.1414
State certification.
§1.1415
Other orders.
§1.1416
Imputation of rates; modification costs.
§1.1417
Allocation of Unusable Space Costs.
§1.1418
Use of presumptions in calculating the space factor.
§1.1420
Timeline for access to utility poles.
§1.1422
Contractors for survey and make-ready.
§1.1424
Complaints by incumbent local exchange carriers.
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Subpart K—IMPLEMENTATION OF THE EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE ACT (EAJA) IN AGENCY PROCEEDINGS

General Provisions

§1.1501
Purpose of these rules.
§1.1502
When the EAJA applies.
§1.1503
Proceedings covered.
§1.1504
Eligibility of applicants.
§1.1505
Standards for awards.
§1.1506
Allowable fees and expenses.
§1.1507
Rulemaking on maximum rates for attorney fees.
§1.1508
Awards against other agencies.

Information Required From Applicants

§1.1511
Contents of application.
§1.1512
Net worth exhibit.
§1.1513
Documentation of fees and expenses.
§1.1514
When an application may be filed.

Procedures for Considering Applications

§1.1521
Filing and service of documents.
§1.1522
Answer to application.
§1.1523
Reply.
§1.1524
Comments by other parties.
§1.1525
Settlement.
§1.1526
Further proceedings.
§1.1527
Decision.
§1.1528
Commission review.
§1.1529
Judicial review.
§1.1530
Payment of award.
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Subpart L—RANDOM SELECTION PROCEDURES FOR MASS MEDIA SERVICES

General Procedures

§1.1601
Scope.
§1.1602
Designation for random selection.
§1.1603
Conduct of random selection.
§1.1604
Post-selection hearings.
§1.1621
Definitions.
§1.1622
Preferences.
§1.1623
Probability calculation.
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Subpart M—CABLE OPERATIONS AND LICENSING SYSTEM (COALS)

§1.1701
Purpose.
§1.1702
Scope.
§1.1703
Definitions.
§1.1704
Station files.
§1.1705
Forms; electronic and manual filing.
§1.1706
Content of filings.
§1.1707
Acceptance of filings.
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Subpart N—ENFORCEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF DISABILITY IN PROGRAMS OR ACTIVITIES CONDUCTED BY THE FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

§1.1801
Purpose.
§1.1802
Applications.
§1.1803
Definitions.
§1.1805
Federal Communications Commission Section 504 Programs and Activities Accessibility Handbook.
§1.1810
Review of compliance.
§1.1811
Notice.
§1.1830
General prohibitions against discrimination.
§1.1840
Employment.
§1.1849
Program accessibility: Discrimination prohibited.
§1.1850
Program accessibility: Existing facilities.
§1.1851
Building accessibility: New construction and alterations.
§1.1870
Compliance procedures.
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Subpart O—COLLECTION OF CLAIMS OWED THE UNITED STATES

General Provisions

§1.1901
Definitions and construction.
§1.1902
Exceptions.
§1.1903
Use of procedures.
§1.1904
Conformance to law and regulations.
§1.1905
Other procedures; collection of forfeiture penalties.
§1.1906
Informal action.
§1.1907
Return of property or collateral.
§1.1908
Omissions not a defense.
§1.1909
[Reserved]
§1.1910
Effect of insufficient fee payments, delinquent debts, or debarment.

Administrative Offset—Consumer Reporting Agencies—Contracting for Collection

§1.1911
Demand for payment.
§1.1912
Collection by administrative offset.
§1.1913
Administrative offset against amounts payable from Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund.
§1.1914
Collection in installments.
§1.1915
Exploration of compromise.
§1.1916
Suspending or terminating collection action.
§1.1917
Referrals to the Department of Justice and transfer of delinquent debt to the Secretary of Treasury.
§1.1918
Use of consumer reporting agencies.
§1.1919
Contracting for collection services.
§§1.1920-1.1924
[Reserved]

Salary Offset-Individual Debt

§1.1925
Purpose.
§1.1926
Scope.
§1.1927
Notification.
§1.1928
Hearing.
§1.1929
Deduction from employee's pay.
§1.1930
Liquidation from final check or recovery from other payment.
§1.1931
Non-waiver of rights by payments.
§1.1932
Refunds.
§1.1933
Interest, penalties and administrative costs.
§1.1934
Recovery when the Commission is not creditor agency.
§1.1935
Obtaining the services of a hearing official.
§1.1936
Administrative wage garnishment.
§§1.1937-1.1939
[Reserved]

Interest, Penalties, Administrative Costs and Other Sanctions

§1.1940
Assessment.
§1.1941
Exemptions.
§1.1942
Other sanctions.
§§1.1943-1.1949
[Reserved]

Cooperation With the Internal Revenue Service

§1.1950
Reporting discharged debts to the Internal Revenue Service.
§1.1951
Offset against tax refunds.
§1.1952
Use and disclosure of mailing addresses.

General Provisions Concerning Interagency Requests

§1.1953
Interagency requests.
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Subpart P—IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ANTI-DRUG ABUSE ACT OF 1988

§1.2001
Purpose.
§1.2002
Applicants required to submit information.
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Subpart Q—COMPETITIVE BIDDING PROCEEDINGS

General Procedures

§1.2101
Purpose.
§1.2102
Eligibility of applications for competitive bidding.
§1.2103
Competitive bidding design options.
§1.2104
Competitive bidding mechanisms.
§1.2105
Bidding application and certification procedures; prohibition of certain communications.
§1.2106
Submission of upfront payments.
§1.2107
Submission of down payment and filing of long-form applications.
§1.2108
Procedures for filing petitions to deny against long-form applications.
§1.2109
License grant, denial, default, and disqualification.
§1.2110
Designated entities.
§1.2111
Assignment or transfer of control: unjust enrichment.
§1.2112
Ownership disclosure requirements for applications.
§1.2113
Construction prior to grant of application.
§1.2114
Reporting of eligibility event.

Broadcast Television Spectrum Reverse Auction

§1.2200
Definitions.
§1.2201
Purpose.
§1.2202
Competitive bidding design options.
§1.2203
Competitive bidding mechanisms.
§1.2204
Applications to participate in competitive bidding.
§1.2205
Prohibition of certain communications.
§1.2206
Confidentiality of Commission-held data.
§1.2207
Two competing participants required.
§1.2208
Public notice of auction completion and auction results.
§1.2209
Disbursement of incentive payments.
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Subpart R—IMPLEMENTATION OF SECTION 4(G)(3) OF THE COMMUNICATIONS ACT: PROCEDURES GOVERNING ACCEPTANCE OF UNCONDITIONAL GIFTS, DONATIONS AND BEQUESTS

§1.3000
Purpose and scope.
§1.3001
Definitions.
§1.3002
Structural rules and prohibitions.
§1.3003
Mandatory factors for evaluating conflicts of interest.
§1.3004
Public disclosure and reporting requirements.
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Subpart S—PREEMPTION OF RESTRICTIONS THAT “IMPAIR” THE ABILITY TO RECEIVE TELEVISION BROADCAST SIGNALS, DIRECT BROADCAST SATELLITE SERVICES, OR MULTICHANNEL MULTIPOINT DISTRIBUTION SERVICES OR THE ABILITY TO RECEIVE OR TRANSMIT FIXED WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS SIGNALS

§1.4000
Restrictions impairing reception of television broadcast signals, direct broadcast satellite services or multichannel multipoint distribution services.
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Subparts T-U [Reserved]

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Subpart V—IMPLEMENTATION OF SECTION 706 OF THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1996; COMMISSION COLLECTION OF ADVANCED TELECOMMUNICATIONS CAPABILITY DATA

§1.7000
Purpose.
§1.7001
Scope and content of filed reports.
§1.7002
Frequency of reports.
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Subpart W—FCC REGISTRATION NUMBER

§1.8001
FCC Registration Number (FRN).
§1.8002
Obtaining an FRN.
§1.8003
Providing the FRN in Commission filings.
§1.8004
Penalty for Failure to Provide the FRN.
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Subpart X—SPECTRUM LEASING

Scope And Authority

§1.9001
Purpose and scope.
§1.9003
Definitions.
§1.9005
Included services.

General Policies and Procedures

§1.9010
De facto control standard for spectrum leasing arrangements.
§1.9020
Spectrum manager leasing arrangements.
§1.9030
Long-term de facto transfer leasing arrangements.
§1.9035
Short-term de facto transfer leasing arrangements.
§1.9040
Contractual requirements applicable to spectrum leasing arrangements.
§1.9045
Requirements for spectrum leasing arrangements entered into by licensees participating in the installment payment program.
§1.9047
Special provisions relating to leases of educational broadband service spectrum.
§1.9048
Special provisions relating to spectrum leasing arrangements involving licensees in the Public Safety Radio Services.
§1.9049
Special provisions relating to spectrum leasing arrangements involving the ancillary terrestrial component of Mobile Satellite Services.
§1.9050
Who may sign spectrum leasing notifications and applications.
§1.9055
Assignment of file numbers to spectrum leasing notifications and applications.
§1.9060
Amendments, waivers, and dismissals affecting spectrum leasing notifications and applications.
§1.9080
Private commons.
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Subpart Y—INTERNATIONAL BUREAU FILING SYSTEM

§1.10000
What is the purpose of these rules?
§1.10001
Definitions.
§1.10002
What happens if the rules conflict?
§1.10003
When can I start operating?
§1.10004
What am I allowed to do if I am approved?
§1.10005
What is IBFS?
§1.10006
Is electronic filing mandatory?
§1.10007
What applications can I file electronically?
§1.10008
What are IBFS file numbers?
§1.10009
What are the steps for electronic filing?
§1.10010
Do I need to send paper copies with my electronic applications?
§1.10011
Who may sign applications?
§1.10012
When can I file on IBFS?
§1.10013
How do I check the status of my application after I file it?
§1.10014
What happens after officially filing my application?
§1.10015
Are there exceptions for emergency filings?
§1.10016
How do I apply for special temporary authority?
§1.10017
How can I submit additional information?
§1.10018
May I amend my application?
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Subpart Z—COMMUNICATIONS ASSISTANCE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT ACT

§1.20000
Purpose.
§1.20001
Scope.
§1.20002
Definitions.
§1.20003
Policies and procedures for employee supervision and control.
§1.20004
Maintaining secure and accurate records.
§1.20005
Submission of policies and procedures and Commission review.
§1.20006
Assistance capability requirements.
§1.20007
Additional assistance capability requirements for wireline, cellular, and PCS telecommunications carriers.
§1.20008
Penalties.
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Subpart AA—COMPETITIVE BIDDING FOR UNIVERSAL SERVICE SUPPORT

§1.21000
Purpose.
§1.21001
Participation in competitive bidding for support.
§1.21002
Prohibition of certain communications during the competitive bidding process.
§1.21003
Competitive bidding process.
§1.21004
Winning bidder's obligation to apply for support
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Subpart BB—DISTURBANCE OF AM BROADCAST STATION ANTENNA PATTERNS

§1.30000
Purpose.
§1.30001
Definitions.
§1.30002
Tower construction or modification near AM stations.
§1.30003
Installations on an AM antenna.
§1.30004
Notice of tower construction or modification near AM stations.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 1—A Plan of Cooperative Procedure in Matters and Cases Under the Provisions of Section 410 of the Communications Act of 1934
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 1—Nationwide Programmatic Agreement for the Collocation of Wireless Antennas
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 1—Nationwide Programmatic Agreement Regarding the Section 106 National Historic Preservation Act Review Process


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