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Senate Bill 0067

Senate Bill 0067

ARCHIVE (2005)

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DIGEST OF SB 67 (Updated April 26, 2005 2:15 pm - DI 101)

Wireless enhanced 911. Requires the wireless enhanced 911 advisory board (board) to review biennially wireless 911 service to ensure that 911 fees are not excessive and are used properly. Specifies that commercial mobile radio service (CMRS) providers and public safety answering points (PSAPs) may be reimbursed from the wireless emergency telephone system fund for the costs of implementing phase two of the 1996 Federal Communications Commission (FCC) order concerning wireless enhanced 911 service if the costs are: (1) incurred before July 1, 2005; and (2) invoiced to the board not later than December 31, 2005. Specifies that a CMRS provider may be reimbursed for costs incurred before July 1, 2005, to comply with the FCC order and rules adopted under the order. Allows part of the wireless enhanced 911 fee to be used to reimburse the board for certain wireless enhanced 911 services required by the FCC order but not incurred by CMRS providers or PSAPs. Requires the board to reduce the fee to less than $0.50 after all CMRS providers have been reimbursed for expenses. Specifies how the board must allocate the fee after all CMRS providers have been reimbursed. Prohibits the board from reimbursing a CMRS provider for expenses submitted after December 31, 2005. Provides that the Indiana utility regulatory commission does not have jurisdiction over CMRS rates, terms, or conditions. Repeals an obsolete reference to pseudo-automatic number identification.
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