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FCC 90.727
Revised as of October 22, 2020
Goto Year:2020 | 2022
  §  90.727   Extended implementation schedules for Phase I licensees.

   Except for nationwide and commercial systems, a period of up to three
   (3) years may be authorized for constructing and placing a system in
   operation if:

   (a) The applicant submits justification for an extended implementation
   period. The justification must include reasons for requiring an
   extended construction period, the proposed construction schedule (with
   milestones), and must show either that:

   (1) The proposed system will serve a large fleet of mobile units and
   will involve a multi-year cycle for its planning, approval, funding,
   purchase, and construction; or

   (2) The proposed system will require longer than 8 months to place in
   operation because of its purpose, size, or complexity; or

   (3) The proposed system is to be part of a coordinated or integrated
   area-wide system which will require more than 8 months to construct; or

   (4) The applicant is a local governmental agency and demonstrates that
   the government involved is required by law to follow a multi-year cycle
   for planning, approval, funding, and purchasing the proposed system.

   (b) Authorizations under this section are conditioned upon the
   licensee's compliance with the submitted extended implementation
   schedule. Failure to meet the schedule will result in loss of
   authorizations for facilities not constructed.

   [ 56 FR 19603 , Apr. 29, 1991, as amended at  56 FR 32517 , July 17, 1991]

   


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