The Funding Year 2016 Form 471 filing window has been extended to May 26, 2016, for all applicants. This change is the result of difficulties encountered with USAC’s new EPC system. In recent weeks, applicants have submitted numerous requests for an extension of the filing window deadline. Originally scheduled to close April 29, the new window closing date will allow USAC additional time to enhance its system while also giving applicants more time to prepare their paperwork. Read More.
The OpenRange team had the opportunity to work with Funds for Learning to provide E-Rate training for K-12 districts. We had over 100 attendees to our events in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, McAlester, Lawton and Woodward.
We will be scheduling additional training's this Fall.
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Technology Assistance Program- TAP
The Technology Assistance Program (TAP) is a program's developed by the Office of Management and Enterprise Services -Information Services (OMES-IS). The programs goal is to prepare public schools for long-term robust support of the State's technology initiatives. Learn More
County/City Advisory Council C-TAC
We are excited to announce a new opportunity for municipalities to get involved with the OpenRange Program. Through quarterly meetings attendees will have the opportunity to advise on new offerings, get involved with requirements gathering opportunities for statewide contracts, participate in pilot groups for service offerings and much more.
The next meeting is coming very soon. For more information on how to get involved please email email@example.com.
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Do you have any ideas for statewide contracts or initiatives we should be considering?