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FCC 52.11
Revised as of September 1, 2021
Goto Year:2020 | 2022
  §  52.11   North American Numbering Council.

   The duties of the North American Numbering Council (NANC), may include,
   but are not limited to:

   (a) Advising the Commission on policy matters relating to the
   administration of the NANP in the United States;

   (b) Making recommendations, reached through consensus, that foster
   efficient and impartial number administration;

   (c) Initially resolving disputes, through consensus, that foster
   efficient and impartial number administration in the United States by
   adopting and utilizing dispute resolution procedures that provide
   disputants, regulators, and the public notice of the matters at issue,
   a reasonable opportunity to make oral and written presentations, a
   reasoned recommended solution, and a written report summarizing the
   recommendation and the reasons therefore;

   (d) [Reserved]

   (e) Recommending to the Commission an appropriate mechanism for
   recovering the costs of NANP administration in the United States,
   consistent with § 52.17;

   (f) Carrying out the duties described in § 52.25; and

   (g) Carrying out this part as directed by the Commission;

   (h) Monitoring the performance of the NANPA and the B&C Agent on at
   least an annual basis; and

   (i) Implementing, at the direction of the Commission, any action
   necessary to correct identified problems with the performance of the
   NANPA and the B&C Agent, as deemed necessary.

   [ 61 FR 47353 , Sept. 6, 1996, as amended at  62 FR 55180 , Oct. 23, 1997;
    71 FR 65750 , Nov. 9, 2006]


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