What's New at CSEC?
Workshop Update: Staff received a request to clarify Question 7 in the published Rulemaking Workshop notice. Question 7 pertains to Next Generation 9-1-1 Service and asks whether Geographic Information System (GIS) data requirements from wireless service providers (WSPs) for routing purposes should be included in the rule? Staff provides the following clarification of the question:
CSEC Program Policy Statements (PPSs) 021 and 023 are intended to implement the requirements of Rule 251.10 with respect to Phase I and Phase II service, respectively. The PPSs reflect National Emergency Number Association (NENA) standards for routing wireless 9-1-1 calls. Question 7 asks whether the information currently received from wireless service providers (WSPs) is sufficient GIS data in order to enable Emergency Call Routing Function of 9-1-1 calls? If not, should GIS data requirements for routing purposes be included in the rule?
Proposed Wireless Service Fee Distribution Percentages
The most recent annual wireless estimate by the Texas State Data Center was released on May 20, 2013. The most recent annual estimate is as of January 1, 2012.
Below are links to the proposed distribution percentages.
The Commission staff will present the proposed proportionate distribution percentages to the Commission at its August 14, 2013 open meeting.
Comments and requests for changes to the proposed proportionate distribution percentages must be received by the Commission staff before July 2, 2013. Submit comments and changes to: firstname.lastname@example.org.