August 19, 2014

OMB OK’s Special Access Data Collection

From: Multichannel News

Cable Ops had Argued FCC Low-balled Estimated Additional Time and Money

By: John Eggerton

The Office of Management and Budget has given the FCC the green light to collect data from ISPs and others on the state of the special access (business broadband services) market. 

OMB had to sign off on the additional paperwork per the Paperwork Reduction Act. 

With that go-ahead, the FCC said Monday (Aug. 18) it was ready to proceed with the data collection. 

The National Cable & Telecommunications Association argued that the FCC had majorly lowballed the amount of work and money it will take by thousands of hours and millions of dollars.

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