Goto Section: 54.1007 | 54.1009 | Table of Contents
Revised as of December 4, 2012
Goto Year:2011 |
§ 54.1008 Mobility Fund Phase I disbursements.
(a) A winning bidder for Mobility Fund Phase I support will be advised
by public notice whether it has been authorized to receive support. The
public notice will detail how disbursement will be made available.
(b) Mobility Fund Phase I support will be available for disbursement to
authorized winning bidders in three stages.
(1) One-third of the total possible support, if coverage were to be
extended to 100 percent of the units deemed unserved in the geographic
area, when the winning bidder is authorized to receive support.
(2) One-third of the total possible support with respect to a specific
geographic area when the recipient demonstrates coverage of 50 percent
of the coverage requirements of § 54.1006(a) or (b), as applicable.
(3) The remainder of the total support, based on the final total units
covered, when the recipient demonstrates coverage meeting the
requirements of § 54.1006(a) or (b), as applicable.
(c) A recipient accepting a final disbursement for a specific
geographic area based on coverage of less than 100 percent of the units
in the area previously deemed unserved waives any claim for the
remainder of potential Mobility Fund Phase I support with respect to
(d) Prior to each disbursement request, a winning bidder for support in
a Tribal land will be required to certify that it has substantively
engaged appropriate Tribal officials regarding the issues specified in
§ 54.1004(d)(1), at a minimum, as well as any other issues specified by
the Commission and to provide a summary of the results of such
(e) Prior to each disbursement request, a winning bidder will be
required to certify that it is in compliance with all requirements for
receipt of Mobility Fund Phase I support at the time that it requests
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Goto Section: 54.1007 | 54.1009
Goto Year: 2011 |
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