00:33:08 Christine Fox: Here is a link to the FAQ: https://www.fcc.gov/emergency-connectivity-fund-faqs
00:33:16 Christine Fox: I believe the One per Student is Correct
00:33:46 Christine Fox: Here is a list of Misconception: https://www.fcc.gov/sites/default/files/ecf_common_misconceptions.pdf
00:38:13 Gayle Wolotsky: For laptops or tablets, can cases and MDM licenses be included in the $400?
00:42:41 Christine Fox: funding requests and awards:
The FCC has received requests from across the nation for $5.137 billion to fund 9.1 million connected devices and 5.4 million broadband connections. Click this map to view demand by state. Detailed information on the status of applications submitted during the initial application filing window that closed on August 13, 2021 is available in the Open Data Portal.
Download the current list of funding commitments approved by state Excel download .
00:44:04 Christine Fox: I have to go to my next meeting. CoSN will have a blog post about this tomorrow 🙂
00:44:29 Trey Cates: If we submitted in Round 1, but were not part of the first wave of awards, do we need to re-apply?
00:48:02 Trey Cates: 👍
00:57:02 Reg Leichty: USAC Emergency Connectivity Fund Customer Support Center
Call (800) 234-9781 for support.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET
00:57:14 Luke Callahan: thanks
00:58:08 Raphael Adamek: Thank you Reg and Jeff!
00:58:35 Reg Leichty: Great talking with you. Good luck.
00:59:20 Luke Callahan: thanks for the discussion and details! Greatly appreciated!