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Legal and Public Policy

ATIS works on a variety of legal and public policy issues in support of its core mission. Here you will find:

Legal Training for ATIS Committee Leadership

ATIS provides training for its committees and forum on matters such as antitrust, copyright and patent issues. The goal of this training is to ensure that ATIS committees avoid sensitive legal issues and comply with the established ATIS operating procedures. The most recent training materials, provided in April of 2012, can be found below.

ATIS Legal Training, April 2012 (Members Only)

ATIS 2012 Dues Structure and Impact on Operating Procedures, February 2012 (Members Only)

Updates on FCC Order asking for Service Experiment Proposals

ATIS has created a matrix to track incoming service experiment proposals and comments on these proposals. This information can be found at the following link.

 

Recent Activity

_April 4, 2014
Comments filed by ATIS to provide the FCC with feedback related to the deployment of text-to-911 and the work being conducted by ESIF-NGES, WTSC, and ATIS/TIA's JSMS911 on these issues....more

_April 1, 2014
Letter sent by ATIS to the FCC TAC's Transition to IP Working Group to provide them with the PSTN Transition Focus Group Assessment and Recommendations (ATIS-I-0000034)....more

_March 31, 2014
Ex Parte filed by ATIS on behalf of INC to provide the FCC with high-level functional requirements for the numbering testbed.....more

_March 13, 2014
Letter sent by ATIS on behalf of NRSC to CSRIC IV, Working Group 9, Transport Subgroup to provide a response to its inquiry regarding transport outage data...more

_March 13, 2014
Ex Parte filed by ATIS and SIP Forum to provide a summary of the meeting with staff of Commissioner Rosenworcel regarding ATIS-SIP Forum joint work related to IP network-to-network interconnection....more

_March 13, 2014
Ex Parte filed by ATIS and SIP Forum to provide a summary of the meeting with staff of Commissioner O'Rielly regarding ATIS-SIP Forum joint work related to IP network-to-network interconnection....more