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1 Number Resource Optimization Working Group Report to NANC July 18-19, 2000 Brian Baldwin, SBC Beth ODonnell, Cox Communications Eleanor Willis-Camara, Winstar Communications Co-Chairs

2 July, Fees for Extensions of Reserved Numbers ¶ 25 NRO-WG POINTS OF DISCUSSION The fee will always be applied at the end-user level. Thus far, in addressing the issue of reservations and fees for reservations, the NRO-WG has only addressed the end-user case. Reservations for carriers or non-carrier entities have not yet been considered. Fees will only be applied to end users that receive a direct benefit from the reservation extension.

3 July, Fees for Extensions of Reserved Numbers 25(continued) NRO-WG Points of Discussion, Contd The extension will continue as long as the criteria used for extending the reservation is met. Carriers may choose not to offer a reservation or a reservation extension, but perhaps there could be a recommendation that reserved number extensions not be tariffed.

4 July, Fees for Extensions of Reserved Numbers 25(continued) There was debate that the group should consider in its proposal that if there is a fee for a reservation extension, then those numbers would then be credited towards the carriers utilization rate.

5 July, Fees for Extensions of Reserved Numbers 25(continued) Reserved number extension charges shall be uniform and established on a national basis. Such charges shall be sufficient to ensure cost recovery by each service provider, subject to regulatory oversight. Revenues collected in excess of service provider costs shall be reported and forwarded on a yearly basis to, for example, the NBANC and used for number administration purposes (e.g., NANPA contract, Pooling Administrator contract, Audit contract, etc.,).

6 July, COCUS (NRUF) Requirements Document Status of Document –Document being prepared as a standalone –Work continues, but document is not ready for distribution wider than NRO-WG Section to be added to synchronize NRO-WG work to INC work on NRUF document.

7 July, Status of UNP Impact ( 231) What work does NANC expect from NRO-WG? Ad Hoc group and INC are both working this issue. Deadline is November, 2000

8 July, Pooling Update States with current Federal authority to implement pooling: CA*, CT, FL, IL*, ME, MA*, NH*, NY*, OH* (pooling implementation delayed), WI, TX. (* - states with authorized utilization rates in connection with pooling) States that have requested authority: AZ, CO, GA, IA, IN, KY, MO, NC, NE, NJ, OR, PA, TN, VA, WA,

9 July, NRO-WG 2000 MEETING SCHEDULE Conference call times are Eastern; face-to-face meetings are local time. Aug 10Face-to-face meeting8:30am-4pmChicago or Kansas City Aug 25Conference Call1pm-4pmTBD Sep 14Face-to-face meeting8:30am-rpm Atlanta (Young/BSCC host) Sep 28Conference call1pm-4pmTBD Oct 11-12Face-to-face meeting8:30-4pmSeattle (Brooks/MCI host) Oct 26Conference call1pm-4pmTBD Nov 9Face-to-face meeting8:30am-4pmWashington, DC (Willis-Camara/Winstar host) Nov 16Conference call1pm-4pmTBD


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