Presentation on theme: "INC Report to the NANC January 18, 2000. Report Overview INC Meetings Since November 16 NANC LNPA Workshop Update Audit Workshop Update NANPE."— Presentation transcript:
INC Report to the NANC January 18, 2000
Report Overview INC Meetings Since November 16 NANC LNPA Workshop Update Audit Workshop Update NANPE Workshop Update Request for Clarification Upcoming INC Meetings
INC Meetings Since November 16 NANC u November 22 DMM Workshop Conference Call / Virtual Meeting u November 29 Full INC Conference Call u December Interim LNPA Workshop u December 10 Full INC Conference Call u January INC #47
LNPA Workshop Update Thousand Block (NXX-X) Pooling Administration Guidelines reissued with a date of January 10, 2000 u Incorporated all issues that closed since January u All interested parties may access the updated guidelines from the ATIS web site after January 24th (http://www.atis.org/atis/clc/inc/incdocs.htm)
LNPA Workshop There are 5 open issues on pooling guidelines. The goal is to close these issues and release updated guidelines by April 1, Status of Issue 177 on UNP - There are 9 contributions to be addressed at the February interim meeting. The LNPA Workshop is focused on the pooling guideline issues and the UNP issue. To date, no contributions have been received on Issue 164 ITN.
Audit Workshop Update u INC has drafted a new section for the CO Code Guidelines dealing with audits u The goal is to incorporate the NANC Audit Framework into the CO Code Guidelines by the end of second quarter 2000.
NANP Expansion Workshop Update INC issued the Interim NANP Expansion Report (December 1999). INC requested input from 19 national regulators regarding the two main assumptions: u The INC Uniform Dialing Plan must be implemented prior to expansion of the NANP u The D Digit must NOT be released prior to expansion of the NANP
Request for Clarification from the NANC INC would like clarification regarding the NANC September 28, 1999 letter re Reseller/Type 1 Wireless Carrier Utilization Reporting Requirements. Did the reference to 1000 or more TNs within an NXX imply: u sequential TNs in quantities of at least 1000 (e.g., ) or u any combination of TNs adding up to 1000 or more? u Does the NANC intend for the same recommendation to apply in a block pooling environment?
Upcoming INC Meetings February 7-9 Interim LNPA Workshop February 9-11 Interim CO-NXX Workshop u Issue 217 re HYBRID/COCUS Feb. 18 NANPE Conference Call Feb. 25 DMM Conference Call February 28-March 3 INC #48 April INC #49