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The FCC is responsible for managing and licensing the electromagnetic spectrum for commercial users and for non-commercial users including: state, county and local governments. This includes public safety, commercial and non-commercial fixed and mobile wireless services, broadcast television and radio, satellite and other services. In licensing the spectrum, the Commission promotes efficient and reliable access to the spectrum for a variety of innovative uses as well as promotes public safety and emergency response.
The FCC collects regulatory fees and processing fees. Congress authorizes our authority to impose and collect such fees. Application processing fees are deposited in the U.S. Treasury and are not available to the FCC. Types of Fees FCC Collects Application Processing Fees for licenses, equipment approvals, antenna registrations, tariff filings, formal complaints (not ordinary complaints), and other authorizations and regulatory actions. Annual Regulatory Fees collected from specific categories of regulated entities in the mass media, common carrier, wireless, international and cable television services. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Fees for processing requests under the Freedom of Information Act. Auction Payments for upfront payments, down payments, and subsequent payments for licenses that the FCC auctions. Forfeitures are penalties that the FCC may assess for violations of law or noncompliance with authorizations. Payment Methods Online - This is the easiest way to pay annual regulatory fees, outstanding bills from the FCC, or application fees for electronically filed applications. Pay by credit card or debit from a bank account. FCC Form 159 - This form can be sent by mail to pay any type of FCC fee by credit card or wire transfer. Some FCC bills include a version of Form 159 with most information pre-filled for you. Forfeiture Order - If you receive a forfeiture order, it will include instructions on how to send payment.
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