09.07.2004 08:00 AM
FCC task force launches Internet database on spectrum proceedings

The FCC Spectrum Policy Task Force has launched a new Internet tracking tool to access information on the commission’s spectrum-related proceedings.

The tool is part of the task force’s efforts to improve access to information on the commission's ongoing spectrum-related proceedings and initiatives.

It will provide the public, industry researchers and other interested parties one place on the FCC's Web site where these proceedings and initiatives are listed, with quick access to public comments, commission documents and other related materials.

The tracking tool is available from the task force homepage by clicking on "Proceedings & Initiatives." Currently, 30 ongoing proceedings are listed.

For more information, visit www.fcc.gov/sptf.

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