Telecom Alert - 911 Reliability Certification Settlements [telecom]

Telecom Alert - 911 Reliability Certification Settlements; ACHP on
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Review - Vol. XVII, Issue 41
The FCC's Enforcement Bureau announced that they have reached
settlements with seven telecommunications providers for failing to file
timely 911 service reliability certifications last year. The seven
companies are Alteva of Warwick, Arkwest Communications, Cass Telephone
Company, ComSouth Telecommunications, Dumont Telephone Company, Genesco
Telephone Company, and Union Telephone Company. In the settlements,
each provider agreed to pay a civil penalty, ranging from $2,400-$4,000,
and implement a compliance plan. The Chief of the FCC's Public Safety
and Homeland Security Bureau stated that the settlements "should remind
industry to take [911 service reliability certification] requirements
seriously."
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