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FCC 0.311
Revised as of September 1, 2021
Goto Year:2020 | 2022
  §  0.311   Authority delegated.

   The Chief, Enforcement Bureau, is delegated authority to perform all
   functions of the Bureau, described in § 0.111, provided that:

   (a) The following matters shall be referred to the Commission en banc
   for disposition:

   (1) Notices of proposed rulemaking and of inquiry and final orders in
   such proceedings.

   (2) Applications for review of actions taken pursuant to delegated
   authority, except that the Chief of the Enforcement Bureau may dismiss
   any such application that does not contain any statement required under
   § 1.115(a) or (b) of this chapter, or does not comply with the filing
   requirements of § 1.115(d) or (f) of this chapter.

   (3) Matters that present novel questions of law, fact or policy that
   cannot be resolved under existing precedents and guidelines.

   (4) Forfeiture notices and forfeiture orders if the amount is more than
   $100,000 in the case of common carriers or more than $25,000 in the
   case of all other persons or entities.

   (5) Orders concluding an investigation under section 208(b) of the
   Communications Act and orders addressing petitions for reconsideration
   of such orders.

   (6) Release of information pursuant to section 220(f) of the
   Communications Act, except for release of such information to a state
   public utility commission or in response to a Freedom of Information
   Act Request.

   (b) Action on complaints regarding compliance with section 705(a) of
   the Communications Act shall be coordinated with the Office of General

   [ 64 FR 60721 , Nov. 8, 1999, as amended at  67 FR 13221 , Mar. 21, 2002;
    71 FR 69036 , Nov. 29, 2006;  86 FR 12547 , Mar. 4, 2021]


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