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Federal Communications Commission
1919 M Street N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20554

Meeting Agenda

A Public Notice of the Federal Communications Commission
News Media Information (202) 418-0500
Fax-On-Demand (202) 418-2830

February 18, 1999
revised February 25, 1999



The Federal Communications Commission will hold a Open Meeting on the subject listed below on Thursday, February 25, 1999, which is scheduled to commence at 9:30 a.m. in Room TW-C305, at 445 12th Street, S.W., Washington, D.C.

1 COMMON CARRIER TITLE: Computer III Further Remand Proceedings: Bell Operating Company Provision of Enhanced Services (CC Docket No. 95-20); and 1998 Biennial Regulatory Review -- Review of Computer III and ONA Safeguards and Requirements (CC Docket No. 98-10).

SUMMARY: The Commission will consider action concerning its Computer III require-ments.

2 COMMON CARRIER TITLE: Implementation of the Telecommunications Act of 1996: Telecommunications Carriers' Use of Customer Proprietary Network Information and Other Customer Information (CC Docket No. 96-115).

SUMMARY: The Commission will consider rules regarding carrier provision of subscriber list information to directory publishers.

3 COMMON CARRIER TITLE: Implementation of the Local Competition Provisions in the Telecom-munications Act of 1996 (CC Docket No. 96-98); and Inter-Carrier Compensation for ISP-Bound Traffic.

SUMMARY: The Commission will consider issues related to the jurisdictional nature of dial-up traffic delivered to internet service providers.

4 COMMON CARRIER TITLE: Defining Primary Lines (CC Docket No. 97-181).

SUMMARY: The Commission will consider action to define "primary residential line" and "single line business line" as those terms relate to subscriber line charges and presubscribed interexchange carrier charges.

5 COMMON CARRIER TITLE: Continuing Property Records Audits.

SUMMARY: The Commission will consider action relating to audits of continuing property records.

6 INTERNATIONAL TITLE: Amendment of Parts 2 and 25 to Implement the Global Mobile Personal Communications by Satellite (GMPCS) Memorandum of Understanding and Arrangements.

SUMMARY: The Commission will consider action concerning licensing, certification, marking, traffic data provision and customs procedures designed to enhance the global transport and roaming of GMPCS terminals.

7 WIRELESS TELE-COMMUNICATIONS TITLE: Implementation of Sections 309(j) and 337 of the Communications Act of 1934 as Amended; Promotion of Spectrum Efficient Technologies on Certain Part 90 Frequencies (RM-9332); and Establishment of Public Service Radio Pool in the Private Mobile Frequencies Below 800 MHz.

SUMMARY: The Commission will consider action concerning the Balanced Budget Act of 1997.

Additional information concerning this meeting may be obtained from Maureen Peratino or David Fiske, Office of Public Affairs, telephone number (202) 418-0500; TTY (202) 418-2555.

Copies of materials adopted at this meeting can be purchased from the FCC's duplicating contractor, International Transcription Services, Inc. (ITS, Inc.) at (202) 857-3800; fax (202) 857-3805 and 857-3184; or TTY (202) 293-8810. These copies are available in paper format and alternative media, including large print/type; digital disk; and audio tape. ITS may be reached by e-mail: Their Internet address is

This meeting can be viewed over George Mason University's Capitol Connection. The Capitol Connection also will carry the meeting live via the Internet. For information on these services call (703) 993-3100. The audio portion of the meeting will be broadcast live on the Internet via the FCC's Internet audio broadcast page at <>. The meeting can also be heard via telephone, for a fee, from National Narrowcast Network, telephone (202) 966-2211 or fax (202) 966-1770. Audio and video tapes of this meeting can be purchased from Infocus, 341 Victory Drive, Herndon, VA 20170, telephone (703) 834-0100; fax number (703) 834-0111.


The summaries listed in this notice are intended for the use of the public attending open Commission meetings. Information not summarized may also be considered at such meetings. Consequently these summaries should not be interpreted to limit the Commission's authority to consider any relevant information.