Presentation on theme: "INC Report to the NANC April 26, 2000 Shawn Murphy INC Moderator."— Presentation transcript:
INC Report to the NANC April 26, 2000 Shawn Murphy INC Moderator
Report Overview INC Meetings Since March 21 NANC Audit Activity UNP Activity Thousand Block Pooling Activity Fast Track Schedule Thousand Block Pooling Administration Questions for Clarification re: FCC 00-104 Central Office Code Assignment Guidelines Questions for Clarification re: FCC 00-104 COCUS II Questions for Clarification re: FCC 00-104 Upcoming INC Meetings NANP Expansion Report
INC Meetings Since March 21 NANC u March 28 - 29 Interim Audits Workshop u March 28 Full INC Conference Call regarding NANC Directive u March 30 - 31 Interim NANPE Workshop u April 4 CO/NXX Workshop Conference Call u April 10 - 14 INC 49
Audit Activity Revisions of the Central Office Code Assignment Guidelines to address audits have been completed. The document will be reissued after INC 50 (June 2000). Seven issues have been introduced to address audits for other INC Guidelines.
UNP Activity INC has established a 25 page UNP Working Document from the contributions from SBC, MCI WorldCom, GTE, and AT&T.
Thousand Block Pooling Activity INC reissued the Thousand Block (NXX-X) Pooling Administration Guidelines, with an effective date April 14, 2000.
Fast Track Schedule INC has agreed to complete all FCC Order-related work to the Thousand Block (NXX-X) Pooling Administration Guidelines and Central Office Code Assignment Guidelines by the June 20, 2000 deadline.
Thousand Block Pooling Administration Questions for Clarification re: FCC 00-104 Question 1: Concerning contamination, does the FCC mean up to and including 10% or up to 10% (The intent of the INC was up to and including 10%). Question 2: The INC Thousand Block (NXX-X) Pooling Administration Guidelines currently do not address transitioning from the state pooling trials to the National Thousand Block Pooling Framework. Does the FCC believe that transition plans from state pooling trials need to be documented (e.g., Requirement Document)?
Thousand Block Pooling Administration Questions for Clarification re: FCC 00-104 cont. Question 3: When referring to “days” is the FCC referring to “calendar” or “business” days? For example, the 45 days noted for reserved numbers. (Paragraph 23)
Central Office Code Assignment Guidelines Questions for Clarification re: FCC 00-104 Question 1: What is the FCC definition of “assignees’ applicable activation deadline?” Does this term refer to the day the code is opened in the PSTN, or the day customers are using the numbers? Question 2: Can a service provider submit an application for an initial code and indicate an effective date of up to six months from the date of application?(Paragraph 96).
COCUS II Questions for Clarification re: FCC 00-104 Question 1: Do carriers have to have a separate COCUS report for each OCN? Question 2: If two OCNs belong to the same company and only one OCN completed its COCUS, can the non-reporting OCN delay resources for the reporting OCN? Question 3: For SPs that fail to provide a COCUS, should NANPA deny a request on a rate center, NPA or state basis?(To be developed by NANPA). Question 4: Does the calculation in paragraph 35 for available numbers preclude the PA from reporting on available numbers?
Upcoming INC Meetings May 1 - 2 Interim LNPA Workshop (FCC 00-104)* May 3 - 4 Interim CO/NXX Workshop (FCC 00-104)* May 9 NPA Workshop Conference Call May 31 - June 2 Interim LNPA & CO/NXX Workshop (Tentative) June 12 - 16 INC 50 June 19 Full INC Conference Call July 24 - 28 INC 51 *FCC participation is requested: ATIS Conference Center, Washington, D.C.
Meetings at ATIS Washington, D.C. Location: ATIS Conference Center 1200 G Street, NW Suite 500 Washington, DC 20005 May 1-2 Interim LNPA Workshop Time: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. both days Continental Breakfast Served May 3-4 Interim CO/NXX Workshop Time: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. both days Continental Breakfast Served
NANP Expansion Report INC has set June 2001 for its final NANP Expansion recommendation delivery date. The objective will be to recommend one expansion option. Coming to consensus on a single recommendation is contingent upon responses received from NANP area national regulatory authorities by September 2000.