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Telecom Decision CRTC 2002-26

Ottawa, 22 April 2002

CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee - Consensus reports

Reference: 8621-C12-01/00

Three CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee (CISC) working groups submitted the following consensus reports to the CISC Steering Committee (SC) on 8 March 2002. These reports are available through the Commission's web site. The SC approved the reports for consideration by the Commission on 8 March 2002.

The Commission has reviewed and approves these three consensus reports:

  • Treatment of NXXs of code holders that discontinue service (CNRE023B), dated 6 February 2002, which was submitted by the Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering (CSCN). The CSCN reached consensus on the treatment of Canadian central office codes held by telephone companies that have either ceased operations and/or entered bankruptcy.
  • Connecting link repair process guidelines (NORE021a), dated 18 January 2002, which was submitted by the Business Process Working Group (BPWG). The BPWG reached consensus on changes to processes for the repair and maintenance of a connecting link between an unbundled loop and the equipment of a co-located competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC).
  • Due dates missed attributable to end customers or CLECs (BPRE029a), dated 12 February 2002, which was submitted by the BPWG. The BPWG reached consensus on the exclusion of end-customer and CLEC orders from certain Quality of Service indicators of incumbent local exchange carriers, when due dates for these orders have been missed due to reasons that can be attributed to an end-customer or a CLEC.

Secretary General

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