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FCC Issues Tenative Agenda for June Open Meeting

Spectrum rules, incentive auction update and protection of mobile devices on tentative agenda

The Federal Communications Commission’s next open meeting is scheduled for June 27 at the agency headquarters in Washington. It will be FCC Acting Chairwoman Mignon Clyburn’s first meeting over which she will preside.

The tentative agenda items include:

  • Improving Broadband Data Collection: The Commission will consider a “report and order” to improve and streamline the collection of broadband subscription and deployment data.
  • Increasing the Nation’s Supply of Spectrum: The Commission will consider a report and order with licensing, service, and technical rules in the H Block at 1915-1920 and 1995-2000 MHz, that would help increase the nation’s supply of spectrum for flexible-use services, including mobile broadband.
  • Protecting Customer Propriety Network Information on Mobile Devices:The Commission will consider a “declaratory ruling” clarifying that wireless carriers that collect, or direct the collection of, customer proprietary network information on mobile devices must adhere to statutory and regulatory CPNI requirements in protecting that information.
  • Status of Universal Service Reform Implementation: The Wireline Competition Bureau and Wireless Telecommunications Bureau will present an update on universal service reform implementation.
  • Status of the Broadcast Incentive Auction: The Incentive Auction Task Force will present an update on progress towards the television broadcast incentive auction.