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Jurisdictional separations is the process of apportioning regulated costs between the interstate and intrastate jurisdictions. The primary purpose of separations is to determine whether a local exchange carrier (LEC)'s cost of providing regulated services are to be recovered through its rates for intrastate services or through its rates for interstate services. The first step in the current separations process requires carriers to apportion regulated costs among categories of plant and expenses. In the second step of the current separations process, the costs in each category are apportioned between the intrastate and interstate jurisdictions. Once costs are separated between the jurisdictions, carriers can then apportion their interstate regulated costs among their interexchange services and their intrastate costs among intrastate services.
Jurisdictional Separations Federal-State Joint Board List [Acrobat]
Comments: Comments filed 08/22/06.
Reply Comments: Reply Comments filed 11/20/06.
Order. The Commission apoints Mark K. Johnson to serve on the Federal State Joint Board on Jurisdictional Separations. (Dkt. 80-286, 2/25/05) FCC 05-44 Word
Public Notice. The The Federal-State Joint Board on Jurisdictional Separation Seeks Comment in Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) Issues (Dkt No.80-286, 3/2/05) DA 05- 535 Word
Order. The Commission appoints the Honorable John D. Burke, Vermont Public Service Board, the Honorable Judith G. Ripley, Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission, and the Honorable Paul Kjellander, Idaho Public Utilities Commission, to serve on the Federal-State Joint Board on Jurisdictional Separations. (Dkt No.80-286, 2/5/02) DA 02- 279 Word
Public Notice. The Common Carrier Bureau released a Public Notice announcing that the Federal-State Joint Board on Jurisdictional Separations will be holding an en banc hearing on comprehensive separations reform, from 10:30 to 12:00 noon on 2/13/02. (Dkt No.80-286, 2/5/02) DA 02- 279 Text | Word | Agenda
Errata. Common Carrier Bureau clarifies that reply comments in the "Glide Path" proceeding are due on or before March 8, 2002. Comments are still due on or before January 22, 2002. ( Dkt No. 80-286, 12/26/01) DA 01-2973 Text | Word
Public Notice. The Common Carrier Bureau released a Public Notice seeking comment on Options for Separations: A Paper Prepared by the State Members of the Federal-State Joint Board on Separations" (Glide Path Paper), filed on December 19, 2001. ( Dkt No. 80-286, 12/20/01) DA 01-2973. Comments due January 22, 2002; Reply Comments due March 8, 2002. Text | Word | Glide Path Paper | Glide Path Cover Letter
Order. The Common Carrier Bureau released an Order that amends section 36.154(a) of the Commission's rules to correct typographical errors committed by the Federal Register, so that the rule published in the CFR will match the rule actually adopted by the Commission. ( Dkt No. 78-72, 80-286, 10/18/01) DA 01-2427 Acrobat | Text
Order. The Commission released an Order appointing the Honorable Kevin J. Martin and the Honorable Michael J. Copps, Commissioners of the Federal Communications Commission, to serve on the Federal-State Joint Board on Separations. ( Dkt No. 96-45, 7/12/01) FCC 01-203 Text | Word
Order. The Common Carrier Bureau grants a limited waiver of section 36.3(b) of our rules, in response to a Joint Petition filed by the National Exchange Carrier Association, the United States Telephone Association, the National Telephone Cooperative Association, the National Rural Telecom Association, and the Organization for the Promotion and Advancement of Small Telecommunications Companies. (Dkt No. CC-88-286, 6/26/01) DA No. 01-1505 Text | Word
Public Notice. The Common Carrier Bureau released a Public Notice seeking comment on Moultrie Independent Telephone Company's Request for Clarification of the Affiliate Sale/Lease-back Rules under Part 36 of the Commission's Rules. Comments Due: Februrary 16, 2001. Reply Comments Due: Februrary 26, 2001. (Dkt No. CC-96-45, 2/2/01) DA No. 01-267 Word
Public Notice. Common Carrier Bureau released a Public Notice seeking comment on the Recommended Decision issued by the Federal-State Joint Board on Jurisdictional Separations to freeze jurisdictional allocation factors and category relationships. Comments due 15 days from Federal Register publication; Reply comments due 25 days from Federal Register publication. This Public Notice is substantially similar to a public notice released on August 15, 2000, (DA No. 00-1865) which inadvertently was not published in the Federal Register. CC Docket 80-286, DA No. 00-2433 Text | Word 10/30/00
Public Notice. Common Carrier Bureau released a Public Notice seeking comment on the Recommended Decision of the Federal-State Joint Board on Jurisdictional Separations, FCC 00J-2, released July 21, 2000, involving an interim freeze of the jurisdictional allocation factors and category relationships. Released. Comment Date: September 25, 2000; Reply Comment Date: October 10, 2000. (DA No. 00-1865). Dkt No.: CC- 80-286, Text | Word 8/15/00
Order. Federal-State Joint Board on Separations released a Recommended Decision recommending that the Commission institute an interim freeze of the Part 36 category relationships and jurisdictional allocation factors for price cap carriers and jurisdictional allocation factors only for rate-of-return carriers. CC Docket No. 80-286, FCC 00J-2. Text | Word 7/21/00
Order. In conjunction with the Recommended Decision (Adopted July 19, 2000), the Common Carrier Bureau released a Protective Order, which will allow interested parties to review the underlying data used by the Federal-State Joint Board on Separations in analyzing various separations freeze options by means of the State Members' Separations Simulation Tool. CC Docket No. 80-286, DA 00-1638. Text | Word 7/21/00
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