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2005

Order Addressing Certain Collocation Rates for Verizon
In the Matter of General Proceeding on the Provisioning of Collocation Space
Docket No. P-100, SUB 133j
February 23, 2005
Approximately 16 Pages
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2004

Order Concerning Deaveraging Methodology of Sprint and Verizon
In the Matter of General Proceeding to Determine Permanent Pricing for Unbundled Network Elements
Docket No. P-100, SUB 133d
September 10, 2004
Approximately 4 Pages
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Order on Reconsideration
In the Matter of General Proceeding to Address Performance Measurements and Enforcement Mechanisms
Docket No. P-100, SUB 133k
July 13, 2004
Approximately 29 Pages
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Order on the Impact of TRO on Cost of Capital and Depreciation Rate Inputs for the UNE Rates of BellSouth and Verizon
In the Matter of General Proceeding to Determine Permanent Pricing for Unbundled Network Elements
Docket No. P-100, SUB 133d
July 9, 2004
Approximately 32 Pages
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Order Ammending Commission Rule R9-8 Effective July 1, 2004
In the Matter of Quality of Service Objectives for Local Exchange Telephone Companies
Docket No. P-100, SUB 99
June 3, 2004
Approximately 102 Pages
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Order Addressing Unresolved Collocation Cross-Connect and Cable Installation Rates
In the Matter of General Proceeding on the Provisioning of Collocation Space
Docket No. P-100, SUB 133j
April 30, 2004
Approximately 37 Pages
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2001

Order Addressing Exceptions Filed on Recommended Order Concerning All Phase I and Phase II Issues Excluding Geographic Deaveraging
In the Matter of General Proceeding to Determine Permanent Pricing for Unbundled Network Elements
Docket No. P-100, SUB 133d
December 31, 2001
Approximately 105 Pages
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Order Addressing Collacation Issues
In the Matter of Generic Proceeding on the Provisioning of Collocation Space
Docket No. P-100, SUB 133j
December 28, 2001
Approximately 111 Pages

In this order, the Commission attempts to resolve specific, generic issues involving collocation in the hopes that such a resolution will allow it to effectively and efficiently participate in establishing State collocation standards or rules. An investigation into these issues was commenced at the request of a handful of CLECs due to widespread problems they had faced in obtaining collocation space from the incumbent local exchange companies (ILECs) in North Carolina.

The Commission issued 63 findings of fact. These included appropriate filing requirements, Commission jurisdiction, payment obligations, application parameters, provisioning timetables, definition clarifications, reporting requirements, and rate issues including Rate for Floor Space, Construction of a Cage, DC Power, Rates for Cross-connects, and Adjacent Collocation. The bulk of the order contains evidence and conclusions for the various findings of fact.

In this matter, the Commission ruled that, among other things, no later than January 28, 2002, the Parties jointly file a Standard Offering modified pursuant to the Commissionís conclusions in the order and that BellSouth, Carolina/Central, and Verizon refile their cost studies and resulting rates no later than that same day.
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2000

Order Adopting Interim xDSL Rates for Carolina/Central
In the Matter of General Proceeding to Determine Permanent Pricing for Unbundled Network Elements
Docket No. P-100, Sub 133d
August 14, 2000
Approximately 2 Pages
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Order Granting Motion to Disallow BellSouth's Interim Line Sharing Rate Increases
In the Matter of General Proceeding to Determine Permanent Pricing for Unbundled Network Elements
Docket No. P-100, SUB 133d
July 27, 2000
Approximately 4 Pages
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Order Regarding Joint Stipulation
In the Matter of Application by BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc., For, and Election of, Price Regulation
Docket No. P-55, Sub 1013
and
In the Matter of Complaint of AT&T Communications of the Southern States, Inc., Requesting that the Commission Reduce BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc.'s Intrastate Switched Access Rate
Docket No. P-55, Sub 1161
and
In the Matter of Investigation to Determine Whether Competitive Long Distance Service Should Be Allowed in North Carolina and What Rules and Regulations Should Be Applicable to Such Service if Authorized
Docket No. P-100, Sub 72
July 24, 2000
Approximately 32 Pages
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Order Concerning 711 Service
In the Matter of Establishment of Telecommunications Relay System (TRS), Relay North Carolina
Docket No. P-100, Sub 110
July 18, 2000
Approximately 6 Pages
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Order Adopting Permanent UNE Rates
In the Matter of General Proceeding to Determine Permanent Pricing for Unbundled Network Elements
Docket No. P-100, SUB 133d
March 13, 2000
Approximately 2 Pages
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1998

Order Adopting Forward-Looking Economic Cost Model and Inputs
In the Matter of Establishment of Universal Support Mechanisms Pursuant to Section 254 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996
Docket No. P-100, Sub 133b
April 20. 1998
Approximately 38 Pages

On May 8, 1997, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released a Report and Order in CC Docket No. 96-45 (Universal Service Order or USO) in response to Section 254 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 (the Act). In this Order, the FCC asked the states to elect, by August 15, 1997, whether they would conduct their own forward-looking economic cost (FLEC) studies for the purpose of determining federal universal service support for nonrural eligible carriers' rural, insular, and high cost areas.

On August 12, 1997, the Commission issued an Order electing to conduct its own FLEC study for submission to the FCC and notifying the FCC of its election. The Commission also adopted a timetable, which was modified by subsequent Orders, for developing North Carolina FLEC studies. The timetable included dates for filing proposed studies, supporting testimony and documentation, and for holding evidentiary hearings.
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