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created Oct 31 2018

updated Sep 25 2021

Description

This dataset combines key fields captured from the E-rate Form 471 (Basic Information, FRN Status, FRN Line Items, Recipients Of Service, and Supplemental Entity Information).

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schools, libraries, schools & libraries, schools and libraries, sld, e-rate, erate, e rate, form 471, 471, discount on services, basic information, applicant information, applicant, usac, broadband, usf, universal service fund, frn, frn line items, funding request number, service type, category of service, service provider, fiber, recipients of service, recipient information, recipients, entity information
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Universal Service Administrative Company
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http://usac.org
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Dataset Description
This dataset combines key fields captured from the E-rate Form 471 (Basic Information, FRN Status, FRN Line Items, Recipients Of Service, and Supplemental Entity Information). Use this dataset to answer questions such as: Who are all the recipients in the E-rate program? What type of service is a particular recipient getting? How much is a recipient paying for a particular services? Who is the service provider for a particular recipient? Is the recipient a Tribal School/Library, Public School/Library, Charter School, etc?
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Universal Service Administrative Company
Contact Name
Tom Nesbitt
Contact Email
opendata@usac.org
Geographic Coverage
United States
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Daily
Language
English
Homepage
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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