FCC Releases Process Reform Report, Opens It To Public Comment
February 14, 2014 at 3:06 PM (PT)
The FCC has released its Report on FCC Process Reform and is opening the proposals for public comment.
The report includes over 150 process reform recommendations aimed at specific targets, including: Streamlining the Commission's internal review process, improving tracking accountability, and reducing backlogs; Faster processing with more information for the public regarding the status of particular matters; Streamlining agency processes and data collections; Eliminating or streamlining outdated rules; Improving public
outreach and transparency; Improving internal communications, human resource management, and training; and improving the Commission's website, data management, and tracking capability.
Comments are due MARCH 31st; the proceeding is GN Docket No. 14-25. Read the report by clicking here.