Goto Section: 0.283 | 0.285 | Table of Contents
Revised as of August 6, 2020
Goto Year:2019 |
§ 0.284 Actions taken under delegated authority.
(a) In discharging the authority conferred by § 0.283 of this part, the
Chief, Media Bureau, shall establish working relationships with other
bureaus and staff offices to assure the effective coordination of
actions taken in the following areas of joint responsibility;
(1) Complaints arising under section 315 of the Communications
Act—Office of General Counsel.
(2) Requests for waiver of tower painting and lighting
specifications-Wireless Telecommunications Bureau.
(3) Requests for use of frequencies or bands of frequencies shared with
private sector nonbroadcast or government services—Office of
Engineering and Technology and appropriate operating bureau.
(4) Requests involving coordination with other agencies of
government—Office of General Counsel, Office of Engineering and
Technology and appropriate operating bureau.
(5) Proposals involving possible harmful impact on radio astronomy or
radio research installations—Office of Engineering and Technology.
(b) With respect to non-routine applications granted under authority
delegated in § 0.283 of this part, the Chief, Media Bureau or his
designees, shall enter on the working papers associated with each
application a narrative justification of the action taken. While not
available for public inspection, these working papers shall, upon
request, be made available to the Commissioners and members of their
[ 47 FR 47829 , Oct. 28, 1982; 47 FR 56852 , Dec. 21, 1982, as amended at
51 FR 12615 , Apr. 14, 1986; 52 FR 5288 , Feb. 20, 1987; 59 FR 32132 ,
June 22, 1994; 59 FR 67092 , Dec. 28, 1994; 61 FR 8477 , Mar. 5, 1996; 64 FR 60721 , Nov. 8, 1999; 67 FR 13220 , Mar. 21, 2002; 71 FR 69036 , Nov.
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Goto Section: 0.283 | 0.285
Goto Year: 2019 |
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