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FCC 69.601
Revised as of September 1, 2021
Goto Year:2020 | 2022
  §  69.601   Exchange carrier association.

   (a) An association shall be established in order to prepare and file
   access charge tariffs on behalf of all telephone companies that do not
   file separate tariffs or concur in a joint access tariff of another
   telephone company for all access elements.

   (b) All telephone companies that participate in the distribution of
   Carrier Common Line revenue requirement, pay long term support to
   association Common Line tariff participants, or receive payments from
   the transitional support fund administered by the association shall be
   deemed to be members of the association.

   (c) All data submissions to the association required by this title
   shall be accompanied by the following certification statement signed by
   the officer or employee responsible for the overall preparation for the
   data submission:


   I am (title of certifying officer or employee). I hereby certify that I
   have overall responsibility for the preparation of all data in the
   attached data submission for (name of carrier) and that I am authorized
   to execute this certification. Based on information known to me or
   provided to me by employees responsible for the preparation of the data
   in this submission, I hereby certify that the data have been examined
   and reviewed and are complete, accurate, and consistent with the rules
   of the Federal Communications Commission.

   (Persons making willful false statements in this data submission can be
   punished by fine or imprisonment under the provisions of the U.S. Code,
   Title 18, Section 1001).

   [ 48 FR 10358 , Mar. 11, 1983, as amended at  52 FR 21542 , June 8, 1987;
    60 FR 19530 , Apr. 19, 1995]


Goto Section: 69.502 | 69.602

Goto Year: 2020 | 2022
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