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decisions and the Office of the General Counsel to assist the Commission and individual Commissioners in the disposition of matters arising in cases of adjudication (as defined in the Administrative Procedure Act (5 U.S.C. note prec. 551)) that have been designated for hearings. There also is a corps of administrative law judges, qualified and appointed pursuant to the requirements of the Administrative Procedure Act, who conduct evidentiary adjudicatory hearings and write initial decisions.

Activities Mass Media The Mass Media Bureau administers the regulatory program for amplitude modulation (AM), frequency modulation (FM), television, low-power TV, translators, multipoint distribution service (MDS), instructional TV, and auxiliary services. The Bureau issues construction permits, operating licenses, and renewals or transfers of such broadcast licenses except for broadcast auxiliary services. It also oversees compliance by broadcasters with statutes and Commission policies. For further information, contact the Mass Media Bureau. Phone, 202-418–2600. Common Carrier Communications The Common Carrier Bureau administers the regulatory program for interstate common carrier communications by telephone. Common carriers include companies, organizations, or individuals providing communications services to the public for hire, who must serve all who wish to use them at established rates. In providing interstate communications services, common carriers may employ landline wire or electrical or optical cable facilities. For further information, contact the Common Carrier Bureau. Phone, 202-418-1500. Wireless Telecommunications The Wireless Telecommunications Bureau administers all domestic commercial and private wireless telecommunications programs and rules. The commercial wireless services include cellular, paging, personal communications,

specialized mobile radio, air-ground, and basic exchange telecommunications services. The private wireless services generally serve the specialized internal communications needs of eligible users, and include the public safety, microwave, aviation, and marine services. Additionally, the Bureau serves as FCC's principal policy and administrative resource with regard to all spectrum auctions. It also implements the compulsory provisions of laws and treaties covering the use of radio for the safety of life and property at sea and in the air. The commercial and amateur radio operator programs are also administered by the Bureau. For further information, contact the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau. Phone, 202-418 0600. International Bureau The International Bureau manages all FCC international telecommunications and satellite programs and policies, and has the principal representational role on behalf of the Commission at international conferences, meetings, and negotiations. The Bureau consists of three divisions: Telecommunications, Satellite and Radiocommunication, and Planning and Negotiations.

The Telecommunications Division develops and administers policy, rules, and procedures for the regulations of telecommunications facilities and services under section 214 of the Communications Act and Cable Landing License Act. In addition, the Division develops and administers regulatory assistance and training programs in conjunction with the administration's global information infrastructure (GII) initiative.

The Satellite and Radiocommunication Division develops and administers policy, rules, standards, and procedures for licensing and regulation of satellite and earth station facilities, both international and domestic, and oversight of Comsat as the U.S. Signatory to INTELSAT and Inmarsat.

The Planning and Negotiations Division represents the Commission in negotiations of international agreements with Mexico, Canada, and other

countries on the coordination and groups on cable television regulation notification of domestic radio frequency and related matters. assignments and resolution of

Engineering and Technology The international radio interference involving Office of Engineering and Technology U.S. licensees. The Division processes administers the Table of Frequency license applications and conducts

Allocations which specifies the international coordination for high frequency ranges that can be utilized by frequency (HF) international broadcast

various radio services. The Office also stations and acts on applications for

administers the Experimental Radio delivery of broadcast programs to foreign Service and the Equipment Authorization stations. In support of International

Program. The Experimental Radio Bureau policy planning, the Division

Service permits the public to experiment also maintains information databanks, with new uses of radio frequencies. This conducts special studies, and issues allows development of radio equipment reports on international developments in

and exploration of new radio techniques communications industry facilities, prior to licensing under other regulatory pricing and market structures, foreign

programs. The Equipment Authorization regulatory changes, and technology

Program includes several specific developments.

procedures by which the agency For further information, contact the International approves radio equipment as a Bureau. Phone, 202-418_0420.

prerequisite to importation, marketing, or Cable Services Communications The

use. The procedures range from Cable Services Bureau develops,

Commission testing of equipment recommends, and administers policies

samples for compliance with applicable and programs for the regulation of cable

standards, through FCC review of television systems. The Bureau advises

applications and accompanying test and recommends to the Commission, or

reports submitted by the applicants, to a acts for the Commission under delegated

self-authorization procedure whereby a authority, in matters pertaining to the

manufacturer certifies that the product regulation and development of cable

complies with the standards. television. The Bureau is responsible for: For further information, contact the Office of -investigating complaints and

Engineering and Technology. Phone, 202-418

2470. answering general inquiries from the public;

Compliance Much of the investigative -planing and developing proposed and enforcement work of the rulemakings and conducting

Commission is carried out by its field comprehensive studies and analyses staff. The Compliance and Information (legal, social, and economic) of various

Bureau has 3 regional offices and 35 petitions for policy or rule changes; field offices. It also operates a -processing applications for

nationwide fleet of mobile radio authorizations in the cable television

direction-finding vehicles for technical relay service;

enforcement purposes. The field staff, in -participating in hearings before

effect, are the Commission's "eyes and Administrative Law Judges, the Review ears" in detecting radio violations and Board, and the Commission;

enforcing rules and regulations. -conducting studies and compiling Continuous surveillance of the radio data relating to the cable industry for the spectrum is maintained to detect Commission to develop and maintain an unlicensed operation and activities or adequate regulatory program;

nonconforming transmissions, and to -collaborating and coordinating with furnish radio bearings on ships and State and local authorities in matters planes in distress. The Bureau also involving cable television systems, and administers public information programs

-advising and assisting the public, aimed at educating Commission other Government agencies, and industry licensees, industry, and the general

public to improve compliance with FCC For further information, contact the Compliance rules and regulations.

and Information Bureau. Phone, 202-418-1100. Regional and Field Offices-Federal Communications Commission

Compliance and Information Bureau

Regional Office

Address

Regional Director

Kansas City, MO
Park Ridge, IL

Rm. 320. Brywood Office Twr., 8800 E. 630 St., 64133 Dennis P. Carlton
Rm. 306, Park Ridge Office Ctr., 1550 Northwest Hwy., Russell D. Monie

60068-1460.
Rm. 420, 3777 Depot Rd., Hayward, CA 94545–2756 Serge Marti-Volkott

San Francisco, CA

Fleld Office

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Grand Island, NE
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Houston, TX
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New Orleans, LA
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6721 W. Raspberry Rd., 99502-1896
Rm. 320, 3575 Koger Blvd., Duluth, GA, 30136

4958
P.O. Box 470, 04915-0470
Rm. 1307, 111 W. Huron St., 14202-2398
Rm. 660, 1800 Studebaker Rd., 90701-3684
P.O. Box 250, 21045–9998
1330 Loomis Trail Rd., 98240-9303
Rm. 1170, 9330 LBJ Fwy., 75243-3429
Rm. 860, 165 S. Union Blvd., 80228–2213
P.O. Box 6, 85608
24897 Hathaway St., 48335–1552
P.O. Box 1588, 68802–1588
Rm. 747, Federal Bldg., 00918–1713
Rm. 420, 3777 Depot Rd., 94545-2756
Rm. 900, 1225 N. Loop West, 77008-1775
Rm. 320, 8800 E. 630 St., 64133–4895
P.O. Box 632, 78363-0632
Rm. 312, 11410 NE. 1220 Way, 980346927
Rm. 404, 2300 E. Lincoln Hwy., 19047-1859
P.O. Box 311, 94551-0311
Rm. 310, 8390 NW. 530 St., 33166-4668
Rm. 505, 800 W. Commerce Rd., 70123–3333
201 Varick St., 10014_4870
Rm. 306, 1550 Northwest Hwy., 60068-1460
Rm. 1782, 1220 SW. 30 Ave., 97204-2898
P.O. Box 85, 30073-0085
1 Batterymarch Pk., 02169–7495
Suite 31, 2025 Sloan Pl., Maplewood, MN 55117-2058
Rm. 370, 4542 Ruffner St., 92111-2216
Rm. 1215, 2203 N. Lois Ave., 33607-2356
P.O. Box 1730, 32961-1730
1200 Communications Cir., 23455_3725
P.O. Box 1030, 96797-1030

James M. Roop
Marlene Windel
Fred L. Broce
Barry A. Bohac
David A. Viglione
James R. Zoulek
(Vacancy)
(Vacancy)
James D. Wells
Leo E. Cirbo
Stephen Y. Tsuya
James A. Bridgewater
James H. Berrie, Jr.
William C. Berry
David Doon
Loyd P. Perry
James A. Dailey
Oliver K. Long
Gary P. Soulsby
John Rahtes
Thomas N. Stavern
John L. Theimer
James C. Hawkins
Alexander J. Zimney
George M. Moffitt
Charles W. Craig
Donald E. Taylor
Vincent F. Kajunski
Albert S. Jarratt
William H. Grisby
Ralph M. Barlow
Robert C. McKinney
Joseph P. Husnay
Jack Shedletsky

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Sources of Information

Inquiries for information on the special subjects listed in the following paragraphs and those concerning licensing/grant requirements in the various services may be directed to the person or office specified or to the Chief of the Bureau or Office listed below as having responsibility for the service: Federal Communications Commission, 1919 M Street NW., Washington, DC 20554.

Licensing/Grant Responsibility-Federal

Communications Commission
Service

Bureau or Onice
All broadcasting (except Mass Media Bureau

broadcast auxiliary serv-
ices) and multipoint dis-

tribution services
Cable television relay radio Cable Services Bureau
Cable TV rate regulation
Cable TV relay services

(CARS)
Cable signal leakage
Cable television questions
Registration of cable sys-

tems
Common carrier radio Common Carrier Bureau
Section 214 of FCC Act
Experimental radio Office of Engineering and

Technology
Equipment approval serv- Office of Engineering and

Technology Certification Type acceptance

ices:

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Advisory Committee Management Direct inquiries to the Associate Managing Director for Program Analysis. Phone, 202-418-0442. Consumer Assistance Inquiries concerning general information on Commission operations and public participation in the decisionmaking process should be addressed to the Public Service Division, Room 254, 1919 M Street NW., Washington, DC 20554. Phone, 202-418–0200. Contracts and Procurement Direct inquiries to the Chief, Acquisitions Branch. Phone, 202-418-0930. Employment and Recruitment The Commission's programs require attorneys, electronics engineers, economists, accountants, administrative management and computer specialists, and clerical personnel. Requests for employment information should be directed to the Chief, Personnel Resources Division. Phone, 202-4180130. Equal Employment Practices by Industry Direct inquiries to the Chief, Public Service Division. Phone, 202-418-0200.

Internal Equal Employment Practices Direct Inquiries to the Director, Office of Workplace Diversity. Phone, 202-7761887. Ex-Parte Presentations Information concerning ex-parte presentations should be directed to the Commission's Office of General Counsel. Phone, 202-4181720. Fees Inquiries concerning the Commission's Fee Program should be addressed to the Public Service Division, Room 254, 1919 M Street NW., Washington, DC 20554. Phone, 202418-0192. Information Available for Public Inspection At the Commission's headquarters office in Washington, DC, dockets concerning rulemaking and adjudicatory matters, copies of applications for licenses and grants, and reports required to be filed by licensees and cable system operators are maintained in the public reference rooms (some reports are by law held confidential). General information is also available from the Commission's Internet site @ fcc.gov and through fax-ondemand, 202-418–2830. In addition to the information available at the Commission, each broadcasting station makes available for public reference certain information pertaining to the operation of the station, a current copy of the application filed for license, and nonconfidential reports filed with the Commission. Special requests for inspection of records at the Commission's offices should be directed to the Managing Director. Phone, 202418–1919. The Library has on file Commission rules and regulations. Phone, 202-418-0450. The Office of Public Affairs distributes publications, public notices, and press releases. Phone, 202-418_0500.

For further information, contact the Public Service Division, Federal Communications Commission, 1919 M Street NW., Washington, DC 20554. Phone, 202-418_0200.

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
550 Seventeenth Street NW., Washington, DC 20429
Phone, 202-393-8400

RICKI T. HELFER
ANDREW C. HOVE, JR.

EUGENE A. LUDWIG
JONATHAN L. FIECHTER, Acting
JOSEPH H. NEELY

DENNIS F. GEER

WILLIAM A. LONGBRAKE

LESLIE A. WOOLLEY
ROGER A. HOOD
THOMAS E. ZEMKE

WALTER B. MASON

Board of Directors:
Chairman
Vice Chairman
Directors:

(Comptroller of the Currency)
(Director, Office of Thrift Supervision)

Appointive Director
Officials:
Chief Operating Officer and Deputy to the

Chairman
Chief Financial Officer and Deputy to the

Chairman for Financial Policy
Deputy to the Chairman for Policy
Deputy to the Vice Chairman
Deputy to the Director (Comptroller of the

Currency)
Deputy to the Director (Office of Thrift

Supervision)
Deputy to the Director (Appointive)
Executive Secretary
General Counsel
Director, Division of Administration
Director, Division of Compliance and

Consumer Affairs
Director, Division of Depositor and Asset

Services
Director, Division of Finance
Director, Division of Information Resources

Management
Director, Division of Insurance
Director, Division of Research and Statistics
Director, Division of Resolutions
Director, Division of Supervision
Director, Office of Corporate Communications
Director, Office of Corporate Services
Director, Office of Equal Employment

Opportunity
Director, Office of Legislative Affairs
Director, Office of Ombudsman
Director, Office of Policy Development
Inspector General, Office of Inspector General

(VACANCY)
JERRY L. LANGLEY
WILLIAM F. KROENER III
JANE L. SARTORI
CARMEN J. SULLIVAN

JOHN F. BOVENZI

PAUL L. SACHTLEBEN
DONALD C. DEMITROS

ARTHUR J. MURTON
WILLIAM R. WATSON
GAIL PATELUNAS
NICHOLAS J. KETCHA, JR.
ROBERT M. GARSSON, JR.
JAMES A. WATKINS
JOHNNIE B. BOOKER

ALICE C. GOODMAN
LESLIE R. CRAWFORD
SHARON POWERS SIVERTSEN
GASTON L. GIANNI

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation promotes and preserves public confidence in U.S. financial institutions by insuring bank and thrift deposits up to the legal limit of $100,000; by periodically examining State-chartered banks that are not members of the Federal Reserve System for safety and soundness as well as

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