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2004

Order Opening Docket and Establishing Procedural Requiremnets
In the Matter of the Review of Certain Wholesale Rates of Qwest Corporation.
Docket No. 04M-111T
March 17, 2004
Approximately 5 Pages
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Interim Order of Administrative Law Judge William J. Fritzel Establishing Procedural Schedule
In the Matter of the Investigation Into Unfiled Agreements Executed by Qwest Corporation.
Docket No. 02I-572T
January 20, 2004
Approximately 2 Pages
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2003

Order Closing Docket
In the Matter of the Investigation into Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) Services.
Docket No. 03M-220T
December 17, 2003
Approximately 8 Pages
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Order Closing Docket
re: In the Matter of the Implementation of the Federal Communications Commission's Triennial Review Order Adopting New Rules For Network Unbundling Obligations.
Docket No. 03M-417T
November 26, 2003
Approximately 5 Pages
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Order Opening Docket and Procedural Directives
Regarding Adoption of a Batch Hot Cut Process Pursuant to 47 C.F.R. § 51.319(d)(2)(ii).
Docket No. 03I-485T
November 5, 2003
Approximately 4 Pages
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Order Opening Docket and Establishing Procedural Requirements
Regarding the Unbundling Obligations of Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers Pursuant to the Triennial Review Order--Initial Commission Review.
Docket No. 03I-478T
October 16, 2003
Approximately 17 Pages
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Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
In the Matter of Proposed Amendments to the Commission Rules Concerning the Colorado No-Call List, 4 Code of Colorado Regulations 723-22.
Docket No. 03R-252T
June 11, 2003
Approximately 20 Pages
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Decision Repealing Emergency Rules and Adopting New Emergency Rules
In the Matter of Emergency Amendments to the Rules Regulating Telecommunications Service Providers and Telephone Utilities, 4 CCR 723-2.
Docket No. 03R-027T
January 22, 2003
Approximately 6 Pages
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Decision Dismissing Application
In the Matter of the Application for Approval of a Plan to Restructure Regulated Intrastate Switched Access Rates and Petition for Declaratory Order.
Docket No. 02A-538T
January 22, 2003
Approximately 14 Pages
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2001

Decision on Motions for Modification and Clarification of the Colorado Performance Assurance Plan
In the Matter of the Investigation Into Alternative Approaches for a Qwest Corporation Performance Assurance Plan in Colorado.
Docket No. 01I-041T
November 5, 2001
Approximately 119 Pages
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Decision Adopting Rules
In the Matter of Proposed Rules Regarding the Colorado No-Call List.
Docket No. 01R-385T
October 29, 2001
Approximately 42 Pages
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Colorado Performance Assurance Plan
In the Matter of the Investigation into Alternative Approaches for a Qwest Corporation Performance Assurance Plan in Colorado.
Docket No. 01I-041T
September 26, 2001
Approximately 124 Pages
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Volume I: Commission Staff Report on Qwest’s Compliance With Non-Operations Support Systems (OSS)
In the matter of The Investigation into Qwest Communications, Inc.’s Compliance with § 271(c) of the Telecommunications Act of 1996
Docket No. 97I-198T
No Date
Approximately 198 Pages
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2000

Order Opening Investagory Docket and Notice of Inquiry
In the Matter of the Investigation into Modification of Commission Practices and Policies Regarding Intercarrier Compensation.
Docket No. 00I-494T
August 30, 2000
Approximately 6 Pages
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1999

Ruling on Applications for Rehearing, Reargument, or Reconsideration
In the Matter of the Application of US West Communications, Inc. for Specific Forms of Price Regulation
Docket No. 97A-540T
and
The Application of the Mountain Sates Telephone and Telegraph Company doing Business as US West Communications, Inc., for Approval of a Five Year plan for Rate and Service Regulation and for a Shared Earnings Program
Docket No. 90A-665T
March 9, 1999
Approximately 55 Pages
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1997

Order Adopting Rules
In the Matter of Modifications to the Public Utilities Commission’s Rules to Reflect a Competitive Telecommunications Environment, Including Those Currently Described in 4 Code of Colorado Regulations, Regulating Telecommunications Accounting and Reporting Methods (723-1-25), Tariff Requirements (723-1-40 and 41), Relaxed Regulation (723-24), Cost Allocation (723-27), E-911 (723-29), Costing and Pricing (723-30), Price Regulation (723-38), Interconnection and Unbundling (723-39), and Eligible Telecommunications Carrier (723-42) Authority to Offer Local Telecommunications Services (723-35), and Authority to Offer Local Telecommunications Services (723-35).
Docket No. 97R-177T
September 18, 1997
Approximately 116 Pages
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Order of the Commission Opening Docket to Establish a Task Force for the Efficient Management of Telephone Numbers in Colorado
The Establishment of a Task Force for the Efficient Management of Telephone Numbers in Colorado
Docket No. 97M-329T
August 7, 1997
Approximately 9 Pages
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1996

Interconnection Agreement Between MFS Intelenet And U S West Communications, Inc.
December, 1996
Approximately 181 pages

Pursuant to this Interconnection Agreement MFS INTELENET, INC. of Colorado and U S WEST Communications, Inc., will extend certain arrangements to one another within each LATA in which they both operate within this State. This Agreement is a combination of agreed terms and terms imposed by arbitration under Section 252 of the Communications Act of 1934, as modified by the Telecommunications Act of 1996, and as such does not necessarily represent the position of either Party on any given issue. The Parties enter into this Agreement without prejudice to any position they may have taken previously, or may take in the future in any legislative regulatory, or other public forum addressing any matters, including matters related to the types of arrangements prescribed by this Agreement.

This Agreement sets forth the terms, conditions and prices under which USWC agrees to provide (a) services for resale (b) certain Unbundled Network Elements, Ancillary Functions and additional features to MFS or combinations of such Network Elements for MFS's own use or for resale to others. The Agreement also sets forth the terms, conditions and prices under which the parties agree to provide interconnection and reciprocal compensation for the exchange of local traffic between USWC and MFS for purposes of offering telecommunications services.
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Interconnection Agreement Between TCG Colorado And U S West Communications, Inc.
December 10, 1996
Approximately 85 pages

This is an interconnection agreement, between TCG-Denver, and U S WEST Communications, that is intended to promote independent, facilities-based local exchange competition by encouraging the rapid and efficient interconnection of competing local exchange service networks.

The Parties seek to accomplish interconnection in a technically and economically efficient manner in accordance with all requirements of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 including the entire "Competitive Checklist" as set forth in Section 271(c)(2)(B)

TCG notified USWC of its request for negotiations with USWC pursuant to Section 252 of TA 1996 on February 8, 1996, and the Parties were unable to negotiate an interconnection agreement. TCG petitioned the Colorado Public Utilities Commission to arbitrate an interconnection agreement between the Parties pursuant to Section 252 of TA 1996.

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission issued Decision No. C96-1186 on November 5, 1996 directing the Parties to prepare an interconnection agreement incorporating in its terms the issues resolved by arbitration.
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Decision Regarding Petition For Arbitration
In The Matter of The Interconnection Contract Negotiations Between At&t Communications of The Mountain States, Inc. And U S West Communications, Inc., Pursuant to 47 U.S.C. Section 252.
Decision No. C96-1231
Docket No. 96A-345T
Mailed Date: November 29, 1996, Adopted Date: November 27, 1996
Approximately 114 pages

This matter comes before the Commission for consideration of the Petition for Arbitration filed by AT&T Communications of the Mountain States, Inc. on July 30, 1996. Pursuant to the provisions of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Pub. L. No. 104-104, 110 Stat. 70, to be codified at 47 U.S.C., the petition requests that the Commission arbitrate certain unresolved issues between AT&T and U S WEST Communications, Inc., relating to the rates, terms, and conditions for interconnection, unbundling of network elements, and resale of telecommunications services. USWC filed its response to the petition on August 28, 1996. Interested persons were allowed to intervene including Commission Staff, the Colorado Office of Consumer Counsel, American Communication Services of Colorado Springs, Inc., TCI Telephony Services, Inc., Sprint Communications Company L.P.; MCI Telecommunications Corporation; MCImetro Access Transmission Services, Inc.; and TCI Communications, Inc.
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Decision Regarding Petition for Arbitration
In the Matter of ICG Telecom Group Inc. Petition for Arbitration Pursuant to Section 252(b) of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 to Establish an Interconnection Agreement with U S West Communications, Inc.
Decision No. C96-1206
Docket No. 96A-356T
Mailed Date: November 15, 1996, Adopted Date: November 13, 1996
Approximately 32 pages

This matter comes before the Commission for consideration of the Petition for Arbitration filed by ICG TELECOM Group, Inc., on August 2, 1996. Pursuant to the provisions of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Pub. L. No. 104-104, 110 Stat. 70, to be codified at 47 U.S.C., the petition requests that we arbitrate certain unresolved issues between ICG and U S WEST Communications, Inc., relating to the rates, terms, and conditions for interconnection, unbundling of network elements, and resale of telecommunications services. USWC filed its response to the petition on August 27, 1996. Interested persons were allowed to intervene including Commission Staff, the Colorado Office of Consumer Counsel, American Communication Services of Colorado Springs, Inc., TCI Telephony Services, Inc., Sprint Communications Company L.P.; MCI Telecommunications Corporation; MCImetro Access Transmis-sion; and TCI Communications, Inc.

In addition to ICG's petition, a number of other telecommunications providers, pursuant to 252, have submitted similar Petitions for Arbitration involving USWC: MFS; AT&T; TCG Colorado ; and MCImetro. These petitions were consolidated for consideration and hearing in Decision Nos. C96-835, C96-858, and C96-880.
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Decision Regarding Petition for Arbitration
Petition for Arbitration Pursuant to 252(b) of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 to Establish an Interconnection Agreement With US West
Decision No. C96-1186
Docket No. 96A-329T
Mailed Date: November 8, 1996, Adopted Date: November 5, 1996
Approximately 54 pages

This matter comes before the Commission for consideration of the Petition for Arbitration filed by TCG Colorado on July 17, 1996. Pursuant to the provisions of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Pub. L. No. 104-104, 110 Stat. 70, to be codified at 47 U.S.C.,, the petition requests that we arbitrate certain unresolved issues between TCG and U S WEST Communications, Inc. , relating to the rates, terms, and conditions for interconnection, unbundling of network elements, and resale of telecommunications services.
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Decision Regarding Petition For Arbitration
in The Matter of The Petition of MFS Communications Company, Inc., for Arbitration Pursuant to 47 U.S.C. 252(b) of Interconnection Rates, Terms, and Conditions with U S West Communications, Inc.
Decision No. C96-1185
Docket No. 96A-287T
Mailed Date: November 8, 1996, Adopted Date: November 5, 1996
Approximately 33 pages

This matter comes before the Commission for consideration of the Petition for Arbitration filed by MFS Communications Company, Inc., on June 24, 1996. Pursuant to the provisions of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Pub. L. No. 104-104, 110 Stat. 70, to be codified at 47 U.S.C., the petition requests that the Commission arbitrate certain unresolved issues between MFS and U S WEST Communications, Inc., relating to the rates, terms, and conditions for interconnection, unbundling of network elements, and resale of telecommunications services. USWC filed its response to the petition on July 28, 1996.
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Initial Commission Decision
In the Matter of the Application of AT&T Communications of the Mountain States, Inc., to Amend its Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to Provide Local Exchange Telecommunications Service. Docket No. 96A-080T

In The Matter of The Notice by AT&T Communications of The Mountain States, Inc., of Its Intent to Exercise Operating Authority, Docket No. 96A-081T
Decision No. C96-929,
Adopted Date: August 28, 1996, Mailed Date: August 30, 1996
Approximately 11 pages

AT&T files and has approved an application to amend its certificate of public convenience and necessity to provide local exchange telecommunications services in the State of Colorado.
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Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Concerning Disclosures by Operator Service Providers
In The Matter of Amendments to The Rules Relating to Rules Regulating Operator Services For Telecommunications Service Providers And Telephone Utilities, 4 Ccr 723-18.
Decision No. C96-869
Docket No. 96R-365T
Mailed Date: August 15, 1996, Adopted Date: August 13, 1996
Approximately 8 pages

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission hereby gives notice of proposed rulemaking concerning amendments to the Rules Regulating Telecommunications Service Providers and Telephone Utilities, 4 Code of Colorado Regulations ("CCR") 723-18.

The intent of the proposed rules is to establish benchmark rates for nonoptional operator services and to amend the rules to provide the Commission with the ability to require oral disclosure by nonoptional operator services of such rates, if the Commission approves a rate higher than the benchmark and such disclosure is in the public interest. These rules are being proposed in response to the provisions of House Bill 1161 (codified at 40-15-302(5), C.R.S.) which became effective on August 6, 1996. A copy of the proposed rules is attached to this notice of proposed rulemaking.
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Decision Approving Interconnection Agreement
Decision No. C96-817
Docket No. 96t-266
Mailed Date: August 6, 1996, Adopted Date: July 31, 1996
Approximately 6 pages

The Commission approves the Type 2 Interconnection and Traffic Interchange Agreement between U S WEST Communications, Inc., and McCaw Cellular Communications, Inc.. The Agreement was submitted to the Commission for approval by USWC on June 3, 1996.
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Order Approving Location Routing Number as the Long Term Database Solution to Local Number Portability
Decision No. C96-568
Docket No. 96a-196t
Mailed Date: May 31, 1996, Adopted Date: May 29, 1996
Approximately 3 pages

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission considers and approves the joint application to adopt Location Routing Number as the long term database solution for local number portability in the State of Colorado.
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Commission Decision Adopting Emergency Rules
In the Matter of Emergency Rules Establishing Procedures Relating to Expedited Filing of Tariffs for Telecommunications Services to Be Provided in the Emerging Competitive Local Exchange Market Within Colorado.
Decision No. C96-521
Docket No. 96r-235T
Mailed Date: May 21, 1996, Adopted Date: May 20, 1996
Approximately 4 pages

The Commission adopts emergency rules establishing procedures for the expedited filing of tariffs for telecommunications services to be provided in the emergingly competitive local exchange market. These rules are adopted pursuant to the provisions of House Bill 96-1010 enacted in the 1996 legislative session. HB 96-1010 became effective on May 15, 1996, and mandates that competition in the local exchange market be implemented by July 1, 1996.
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Commission Decision Adopting Emergency Rules
In The Matter of Emergency Rules Regulating The Authority to Offer Local Exchange Telecommunications Services
Decision No. C96-461
Docket No. 96R-184T
Mailed Date: April 30, 1996, Adopted Date: April 24, 1996
Approximately 4 pages

This matter comes before the Commission for adoption of emergency rules establishing procedures for obtaining a certificate of public convenience and necessity to provide local exchange telecommunications services.
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Commission Decision Granting, in Part, And Denying, in Part, Application For Reconsideration, Reargument, or Rehearing And Adopting Rules
In The Matter of The Proposed Rules Regarding Implementation of 40-15-101, et Seq.-resale of Regulated Telecommunications Services
Decision No. C96-449
Docket No. 95R-557
Mailed Date: April 26, 1996, Adopted Date: April 25, 1996
Approximately 19 pages

This matter is before the Commission to consider the Applications for Rehearing, Reargument, or Reconsideration ("Applications for RRR") of Decision No. C96-351, timely filed on April 22, 1996, by AT&T; MCI; MFS; TCI, Teleport Communications Group, and Sprint; and US WEST. The Applications for RRR take issue with the Commission's adoption of Rules 2.2, 3.6, 6, 7.1, 8.1, 8.3 and 8.4. The changes to the Rules for the Resale of Telecommunications Exchange Services are adopted, and are reflected in the rules attached as Attachment A.
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Commission Decision on Applications for Rehearing, Reargument And Reconsideration And Adopting Rules
in The Matter of Proposed Rules Regarding Implementation of 40-15-101 Et. Seq. --requirements Relating to The Colorado High Cost Fund
Decision No. C96-451
Docket No. 95R-558T
Mailed Date: April 26, 1996, Adopted Date: April 25, 1996
Approximately 50 pages

On April 1, 1996 the Commission issued Decision No. C96-352 adopting the rules attached to the decision as Attachments A and B and repealing Rules 16, 17 and 19 of the Cost Allocation Rules for Telecommunication Service and Telephone Utilities Providers, 4 CCR 723-27. On April 22, 1996, pursuant to 40-6-114(1), C.R.S. and Rule 92 of the Rules of Practice and Procedure, applications for rehearing, reargument or reconsideration of Decision No. C96-352 were filed by AT&T, Colorado Independent Telephone Association, MCI and US West. The rules attached to Decision No. C96-352 as Attachments A and B, which were adopted by Decision No. C96-352, are revised and adopted as set forth in Attachments A and B to this decision.
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Commission Decision Granting in Part, And Denying in Part, Applications For Rehearing, Reargument, or Reconsideration And Adopting Rules
in The Matter of Proposed Rules Regarding Implementation of 40-15-101et Seq.--requirements Relating to Interconnection And Unbundling.
Decision No. C96-453
Docket No. 95R-556T
Mailed Date: April 25, 1996, Adopted Date: April 25, 1996
Approximately 16 pages

This matter comes before the Commission for consideration of applications for rehearing, reargument, or reconsideration ("RRR") to Decision No. C96-347, issued on April 1, 1996. In that decision, the Commission adopted, subject to applications for RRR, rules setting forth interconnection and unbundling requirements for telecommunications providers. Pursuant to the provisions of 40-6-114, C.R.S., a number of parties filed applications for RRR including: U S WEST; TCI Communications, Inc., Teleport Communications Group Inc., and Sprint Communications Company L.P. ("TCI et al."); MFS; MCI; and the Colorado Independent Telephone Association ("CITA").
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Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
In the Matter of Proposed Rules Regarding Review and Approval of Interconnection Agreements Negotiated by Telecommunications Providers Within The State of Colorado.
Decision No. C96-440
Docket No. 96r-172t
Mailed Date: April 25, 1996, Adopted Date: April 24, 1996
Approximately 14 pages

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission hereby gives notice of proposed rulemaking regarding review and approval of interconnection agreements negotiated by telecommunications providers within the State of Colorado. The intent of the proposed rules is to prescribe the information to be submitted to the Commission by telecommunications providers when seeking approval of negotiated interconnection agreements, and to establish procedures to be used by the Commission in reviewing such agreements. A copy of the proposed rules is attached to this notice of proposed rulemaking.
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Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
In The Matter of Proposed Rules Regarding Procedures For Commission Participation in The Negotiation And Mediation of Interconnection Agreements Between Telecommunications Carriers Within The State of Colorado.
Decision No. C96-438
Docket No. 96r-173T
Mailed Date: April 25, 1996, Adopted Date: April 24, 1996
Approximately 8 pages

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission hereby gives notice of proposed rulemaking regarding procedures for requesting Commission participation in the negotiation and mediation of interconnection agreements between telecommunications carriers within the State of Colorado. The intent of the proposed rules is to establish the process to be used and the information required for submission when any telecommunications carrier negotiating an interconnection agreement with another carrier requests that the Commission participate in or mediate negotiations for such agreements. A copy of the proposed rules is attached to this notice of proposed rulemaking.
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Request For Comments
in The Matter of Potential Rules Regarding Petitions to Arbitrate Issues in Interconnection Negotiations by Telecommunications Providers Within Colorado.
Decision No. C96-447
Docket No. 96R-181T
Mailed Date: April 25, 1996, Adopted Date: April 24, 1996
Approximately 14 pages

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission hereby requests comments regarding potential rules relating to Colorado's implementation of the recently enacted Telecommunications Act of 1996, specifically section 47 U.S.C. 252(b): "Interconnection Agreements Arrived at through Compulsory Arbitration". The Act compels the Commission to arbitrate interconnection agreements between telecommunications carriers when petitioned within the specified timeframe noted in Attachment A.
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Decision Adopting Emergency Rules
In the Matter of Emergency Rules Relating to the Approval of Interconnection Agreements Negotiated by Telecommunications Providers Within The State of Colorado.
Decision No. C96-358
Docket No. 96r-142t
Mailed Date: April 12, 1996, Adopted Date: April 10, 1996
Approximately 14 pages

This matter comes before the Commission for adoption of emergency rules relating to the approval of interconnection agreements negotiated by telecommunications providers within the state. For the reasons set forth in this decision, the Commission adopts on an emergency basis the rules appended to this order as Attachment A.
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Order to Show Cause and Notice of Hearing
Re: U S West Communications, Inc.'s Tariff Filing Requirements Adopted in Rule 4 CCR 723-2-24 Availability of Service - Adequacy of Facilities
Decision No. C96-371
Docket No. 96C-137T
April 3, 1996
Approximately 6 Pages
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Decision Adopting Rules
In the Matter of Proposed Rules Regarding Implementation of 40-15-101 Et. Seq. --requirements Relating to the Colorado High Cost Fund.
Decision No. C96-352
Docket No. 95R-558T
Mailed Date: April 1, 1996, Adopted Date: March 29, 1996
Approximately 77 pages

This matter is before the Commission for the adoption of new rules applicable to the administration of the Colorado High Cost Fund. The Rules Prescribing the Procedures for Administering the Colorado High Cost Fund, attached hereto as Attachment A and the Rules Prescribing the Procedures for Designating Telecommunications Service Providers as Providers of Last Resort or as an Eligible Telecommunications Carrier, attached hereto as Attachment B are hereby adopted. There is hereby created the Colorado High Cost Fund Task Force discussed above in Part II.B of this decision. The Rules 16, 17 and 19 contained in Attachment C are repealed.
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Commission Decision Adopting Rules
In the Matter of Proposed Rules Regarding Amendments to the Rules Regulating Telecommunications Service Providers and Telephone Utilities, 4 Ccr 723-2.
Decision No. C96-349
Docket No. 95R-609T
Mailed Date: April 1, 1996, Adopted Date: March 29, 1996
Approximately 28 pages

This matter comes before the Colorado Public Utilities Commission to consider adoption of amendments and additions to the Rules Regulating Telecommunications Service Providers and Telephone Utilities, 4 Code of Colorado Regulations 723-2. The intent of these changes is primarily to modify the existing rules in response to impending changes in the market for basic local exchange telecommunications service. These impending changes are a result of the passage of House Bill 95-1335, codified at 40-15-101 et seq., C.R.S., which opens the local exchange telecommunications service market to competition.
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Commission Decision Adopting Rules
In The Matter of Proposed Rules Regarding Implementation of 40-15-101 Et. Seq.--Requirements Relating to Interconnection And Unbundling.
Decision No. C96-347
Docket No. 95r-556t
Mailed Date: April 1, 1996, Adopted Date: March 29, 1996
Approximately 79 pages

This matter comes before the Commission to consider adoption of rules relating to interconnection and unbundling of the networks of regulated telecommunications providers. The Commission adopts the rules appended to this decision as Attachment A.
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Decision Adopting Rules
In the Matter of Proposed Rules Regarding Certification of Providers of Local Exchange Telecommunications Services.
Decision No. C96-161
Docket No. 95R-555T
Mailed Date: March 15, 1996, Adopted Date: March 7, 1996
Approximately 21 pages

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission adopts rules for certification of providers of local exchange telecommunications services in their transition to local exchange retail competion.
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Decision Adopting Rules
In the Matter of Proposed Rules Regarding Local Number Portability
Decision No. C96-151
Docket No. 95r-554t
Mailed Date: February 8, 1996, Adopted Date: February 7, 1996
Approximately 9 pages

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission adopts rules regarding number portability.
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Decision Adopting Rules
In the Matter of Proposed Rules Prescribing the Provision of Emergency Reporting Services for Emergency Telecommunications Service Providers and Telephone Utilities
Decision No. C96-150
Docket No. 95r-553t
Mailed Date: February 8, 1996, Adopted Date: February 7, 1996
Approximately 12 pages

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission adopts rules for 911 service and other Emergency Reporting services in its move towards local retail competition.
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1993

In the Matter of Proposed Rules Regarding the Costing & Pricing of Telephone Services.
Docket No. 92R-596T
Decision No. C93-612
Date of Order: June 1, 1993
Approximately 18 pages

These rules delineate principles for the costing and pricing of regulated services oftelecommunications service providers. Their purpose is to standardize the determination of costsfor pricing of the regulated services of telecommunications service providers in the State of Colorado.
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