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created Sep 30 2017

updated Sep 26 2021

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This dataset contains information about the services requested within each FCC Form 470, including the service type, function, and manufacturer, and related information from the E-rate Productivity Center (EPC).

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470, form 470, fcc form 470, schools, libraries, schools & libraries, schools and libraries, sld, e-rate, erate, e rate, basic information, applicant information, applicant, applicant contact information, usac, broadband, usf, universal service fund, connectivity information, connectivity data, service request, services requested, service type, function, manufacturer
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Universal Service Administrative Company
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http://usac.org
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Dataset Description
This dataset contains information about the services requested within each FCC Form 470, including the service type, function, and manufacturer, and related information from the E-rate Productivity Center (EPC). Use this dataset to answer questions such as: Which category of service is the applicant is applying for? What will the service be used for? What is the service quantity the applicant is requesting? All data contained within the Service Requested (FCC Form 470) dataset is self-reported by applicants.
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Universal Service Administrative Company
Contact Name
Tom Nesbitt
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opendata@usac.org
Geographic Coverage
United States
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Daily
Language
English
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usac.org
Dataset Completeness
USAC is committed to sharing the highest quality data possible. We conduct a full analysis of all datasets to determine if they are complete prior to publishing. Each dataset field is described with a “field completeness” metric that ranges from 0 -100%. Any value less than 100% indicates a field with missing values. In most cases, missing values are the result of “not required” fields.
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