New e-rate rules designed to prevent fraud

12/18/2003 | Telephony Online

The FCC adopted rules aimed at curbing fraud related to the federal e-rate technology funding program, which helps schools and libraries obtain high-speed Internet service and other new technologies. The new guidelines limit the number of times a school or library can receive e-rate funds to twice in a five-year period.

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