Presentation on theme: "INC Report to the NANC May 24, 2000 Shawn Murphy INC Moderator."— Presentation transcript:
INC Report to the NANC May 24, 2000 Shawn Murphy INC Moderator
Report Overview INC Meetings Since April 24 NANC Upcoming INC Meetings Fast Track Schedule for Guideline Update Audit Activity UNP Activity COCUS II Status NANP Expansion Report
INC Meetings Since April 24 NANC May 1-2 Interim LNPA Workshop May 3-4 Interim CO/NXX Workshop May 9 NPA Workshop Conference Call/Virtual Meeting
Upcoming INC Meetings May Interim CO/NXX Workshop June 1-2 Interim LNPA Workshop June INC 50 June 19 Full INC Conference Call July INC 51
Fast Track Schedule for Guideline Update (as reported in the April INC Report to the NANC) 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. Letter sent May 5, 2000 from ATIS General Counsel transmitting INC questions identified at LNPA & CO/NXX Workshops to the FCC is attached.
Audit Activity (as reported in the April INC Report to the NANC) 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 (as reported in the April INC Report to the NANC) INC has established a 25 page UNP Working Document from the contributions from SBC, MCI WorldCom, GTE, and AT&T.
COCUS II Status (as reported in the April INC Report to the NANC) Question 6: Do carriers have to have a separate COCUS report for each OCN? Question 7: 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 8: For SPs that fail to provide a COCUS, should the NANPA deny a request on a rate center, NPA or state basis? (To be developed by the NANPA). Question 9: Does the calculation in paragraph 35 for available numbers preclude the PA from reporting on available numbers?
NANP Expansion Report (as reported in the April INC Report to the NANC) 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 INC has sent a follow-up letter to the 19 national regulators regarding the two main assumption in the INC Interim NANP Expansion Report. ATIS/NANPA are also contacting the national regulators to ensure they are in receipt of the INC correspondence and Interim NANP Expansion Report.