FCC Releases FY 2014 Performance Report
February 23, 2015 at 5:22 PM (PT)
The FCC has released its Fiscal Year 2014 Annual Performance Report. The report outlines seven "strategic goals" for the Commission in the fiscal year (OCTOBER 1, 2013-SEPTEMBER 30, 2014) and how the agency addressed those goals.
The goals included "Connect AMERICA," which included the Connect AMERICA Fund and the Universal Service Fund Strike Force; "Maximize Benefits of Spectrum," featuring the incentive auction for television station spectrum; "Protect and Empower Consumers," including the repeal of sports blackout rules and settlements with wireless carriers; "Promote Innovation, Investment, and AMERICA’s Global Competitiveness," including Chairman TOM WHEELER's Internet regulation proposal; "Promote Competition," including changes in retransmission consent rules and proposed loosening of foreign ownership restrictions; "Public Safety and Homeland Security," including the fines against broadcast and cable operators for airing phony EAS signals; "Advance Key National Purposes," featuring the Connect2HealthFCC Task Force; and "Operational Excellence," involving the Report on FCC Process Reform.
Read the entire report by clicking here.