Presentation on theme: "1 National Thousands Block Number Pooling Services NANC Meeting March 15, 2005."— Presentation transcript:
1 National Thousands Block Number Pooling Services NANC Meeting March 15, 2005
2 Status of Change Orders Change Orders Approved by FCC 1/2005: No. 27 - Extending Forecast Report from 12 to 18 months No. 31 – Expand Query Options for Donation Report No. 32 – Modify Process for Deleting PAS work items No. 33 – Modify Search/Forms View Query No. 35 – Red Light Rule Interim Manual Process No. 36 – Red Light Rule System Modification All improvements are scheduled to be available on April 4. Withdrawn and will be resubmitted : No. 24 – LNPA WG PIM 24/INC CO/NXX Issue 364 Recurring NPAC reports.
3 Status of Change Orders, cont. New: No. 38 – 1Q2005 PAS Users Proposed Enhancements to the PAS. NOWG recommended approval of all seven suggestions. Suggestion 1: PAS users should have the option of having Part 3s, Part 4 reminders notices, etc. sent to an additional designated person or persons besides the user. Suggestion 2: Enhance the existing query capabilities for the block report by allowing users to query at the rate center level in addition to the state and NPA. Suggestion 3: Allow users to request through the PAS that the system generate a new password for them, so they do not have to be dependent upon the Number Pooling Customer Support to reset the password.
4 Status of Change Orders, cont. New, cont. No. 38 – 1Q2005 PAS Users Proposed Enhancements, cont. Suggestion 4: Have the existing e-mail notification for processing a block donation show the disposition of the block donation, to eliminate the additional step for the SP of locating the disposition of the block donation within the users work items in PAS. Suggestion 5: The user should have the ability to specify a different effective date for each thousand-block when requesting multiple thousands-blocks on one application. Suggestion 6: A disclaimer should be added to the Part 1A, explaining that even though a block may be available at the time of application, it may not be available at the time the PA processes the request. Suggestion 7: Have the PAS notify the user via an e-mail of the pending password de-activation date when a user has a period of inactivity in PAS that reaches 120 calendar days. No. 39 –Thousands Block Part 4 Report (combines previous Change Orders 25 and 34). NOWG recommended approval.
5 PAS Assignment Volume 2005 Total Assigned Blocks in PAS Total assigned blocks as of December 31, 2004 61,118 MONTHTOTAL BLOCKS IN PASCHANGE FROM PREVIOUS MONTH January66,050 8.0 % February71,792 8.8 %
6 PAS Assignment Volume 2004 Total assigned blocks in PAS Total assigned blocks as of January 1, 2004 29,027 January 3131,157 +7.3% February 2933,402+7.2% March 3135,781+7.1% April 30 38,029+6.2% May 3139,946+5% June 3042,385+6.1% July 3144,726+5.5% August 3147,566+6.3% September 3050,079+5% October 3153,882+7.6% November 3056,991+5.8% December 3161,118+7.2% Increase from Jan 1 through Dec 31 +111%
7 Summary of Monthly Reports to FCC Thousands Block Pooling Report January, 2005 Report (data from December 1 through December 31, 2004) February, 2005 Report (data from January 1 through January 31) ApprovedDeniedSuspendedTOTAL Quantity of Applications 56364572546347 ApprovedDeniedSuspendedTOTAL Quantity of Applications 65585112317300
8 Summary of Reports, contd. System Performance Report January, 2005 Report (data from December1 through December31, 2004) Percent availability: 99.9 Hours/Minutes of Availability: 743 hours 28 minutes Number of instances of unavailability: 1 February, 2005 Report (data from January 1 through January31) Percent availability: 100 Hours/Minutes of Availability: 744 Number of instances of unavailability: 0
9 Other PA Activities of Interest Non-Participating Carriers Report New report sent to the FCC January 25 and affected state regulatory agencies January 26. Timing before NRUF and Pooling Forecast deadlines well-received; permitted non-compliant service providers the opportunity to tackle all issues at one time. List of possible reclaimable codes (we were unable to contact or get any information on the code holder) sent to NANPA for review. Pool Replenishment Since January 1, we have had to open 230 whole NXX codes to replenish pools to satisfy SP requests. NOWG PA Survey Posted to the PA website January 24 and separate email with instructions to state regulatory distribution list. Reminder sent to PAS and state regulatory distribution list February 28.
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