Proceedings and Initiatives
Implementation of the Commercial Spectrum Enhancement Act
The Commercial Spectrum Enhancement Act (CSEA), which was signed into law in December 2004, establishes a mechanism to use spectrum auctions proceeds to reimburse federal agencies operating on the 216-220 MHz, 1432-1435 MHz, 1710-1755 MHz and 2385-2390 MHz bands, and certain other frequency bands that may be reallocated from federal to non-federal use for the cost of relocating operations.
This Order Extends the Deadlines for Filing Comments and Reply Comments in Response to the Second Further Notice of Proposed Rule Making in this Proceeding.
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER
Commission Clarifies Certain Application and Reporting Requirements Adopted in the Second Report and Order in this Proceeding.
Erratum Corrects FCC 06-52, Second Report and Order and Second Further Notice of Proposed Rule Making, Released April 25, 2006.
ORDER ON RECONSIDERATION
Commission Clarifies Certain Aspects of the Second Report and Order as well as the Rules for Determining the Eligibility of Applicants for Size-Based Benefits in the Context of Competitive Bidding.
The Commission Adopts a Second Report and Order and Second Further Notice of Proposed Rule Making that Addresses Certain Rules Governing the Benefits Reserved for Businesses that Qualify as "Designated Entities".
Commission Proposes Modifying the "Designated Entity" Auction Rules in Advance of the Upcoming Advanced Wireless Services Auction.
REPORT AND ORDER
This Report and Order Adopts Several Modifications to the Commissions Competitive Bidding Rules.
NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING
The Commission Begins Implementation of Rules and Procedures Needed to Comply with the Commercial Spectrum Enhancement Act and Proposes Changes to the Competitive Bidding Rules.
Last reviewed/updated on 03/06/2008