On Feb. 22, the American Library Association (ALA) and Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) filed an ex parte motion with the FCC asking the agency to reconsider some of its positions on the eRate that interfere with state and local procurement practices.

In the document, the ALA and CCSSO pointed to a series of discrepancies between the program's rules and the way many state and local governments do business. The motion's aim is to acknowledge and honor the laws that already exist at the state and local level to insure the integrity of...

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