High Cost

FCC Forms 481 and 690
are due July 1, 2015.
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The countdown is based on server time, which is currently:

Forms

ETCs are encouraged to file online. View upcoming filing deadlines for the High Cost Program to ensure timely filing.

Current Forms

FCC Form 481

File Online

FCC Form 481 Template

Carrier Annual Reporting Data Collection Form

FCC Form 481 Instructions (February 2015)

FCC Form 481 Upload Templates

FCC Form 481 FAQs

FCC Form 507

FCC Form 507

Interstate Common Line Support Mechanism Line Count Report

FCC Form 507 Instructions

FCC Form 508

FCC Form 508

Interstate Common Line Support Mechanism Projected Annual Common Line Requirement Form

FCC Form 508 Instructions

FCC Form 509

FCC Form 509

Interstate Common Line Support Mechanism Annual Common Line Actual Cost Data Collection Form

FCC Form 509 Instructions

FCC Form 525 No longer required with some exceptions*

FCC Form 525

FCC Form 525

File Online

Competitive Carrier Line Count Report

* Effective 2012, filing FCC Form 525 is no longer required for carriers with the exception of delayed phase down Alaska [54.307(e)(3)(i)] and Standing Rock Telecom.

FCC Form 525 Instructions

FCC Form 690

File Online

FCC Form 690

Mobility Fund Phase 1 Annual Report Form

FCC Form 690 Instructions

FCC Form 690 Upload Templates

Rate Floor

Rate Floor Form

Rate Floor Form

Rate Floor Data Collection Report and Certification

Prior Year Forms

FCC Form LSSa

FCC LSSa Form

FCC LSSa Form

Local Switching Support Data Collection Form Average Schedule Company

Instructions

FCC Form LSSc

FCC LSSc Form

FCC LSSc Form

Local Switching Support Data Collection Form Cost Company

FCC Form LSSc Instructions

54.314 Annual Use Certification

To submit your Section 54.314 certifications, USAC recommends that you file online using USAC's E-File system. Read frequently asked filing questions in the 54.314 Certification FAQs and watch an overview of the new online filing system in the recording of the Section 54.314 Certification Online Filing webinar.

You may also submit your certification to USAC via email or U.S. mail. When using these submission methods, use the sample letters provided below as a template. When submitting via U.S. mail, send the completed certification to the mailing address provided in the sample letters.

Notification Sample Letters