FCC proposes FirstNet opt-out review process for consideration at June 22 meeting
States and territories pursuing the “opt-out” alternative would need to complete an FCC review process that the agency hopes to complete in 90 days, following a 60-day period that is designed to give states and territories time to prepare alternative plans, according to the FCC proposal that is scheduled for consideration at the June 22 commission meeting.
“Each opt-out state will have 240 days from the date of its opt-out notification to the Commission to file an alternative state plan in the docketed proceeding established for that state,” according to the FCC’s draft order that was released last week.
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