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Ottawa, 14 May 2010
CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee consensus item – Revised Canadian Central Office Code (NXX) Assignment Guideline
File number: 8621-C12-01/08
1. On 7 January 2010, the Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering (CSCN) of the CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee (CISC) submitted the following consensus report to the Commission:
- CSCN TIF Report 80 re: TIF 75 CSCN Guidelines Review – Revised Canadian Central Office Code (NXX) Assignment Guideline, 9 December 2009 (CNRE080A)
2. On 9 March 2010, the CSCN submitted the following consensus report modifying the original report filed on 7 January 2010:
- CSCN TIF Report 85 re: TIF 75 CSCN Guidelines Review – Revised Canadian Central Office Code (NXX) Assignment Guideline, 2 March 2010 (CNRE085A)
3. The consensus reports and the attached guidelines are available on the Commission's website at www.crtc.gc.ca.
4. The Commission has reviewed the above-noted consensus reports modifying the Canadian Central Office Code (NXX) Assignment Guideline, and approves them with the following modification:
- Paragraph 9.6 is to read as follows (changes are in italics):
In the event that the CNA receives a request for a quantity of CO Codes that would exceed the quantity of codes previously forecast by a Carrier in its most recent C-NRUF (if no previous C-NRUF was submitted, then the previous forecast will be deemed to be zero CO Codes) and would also create a Jeopardy Condition, the CNA shall discuss the situation with the Carrier and CRTC staff and if a Jeopardy Condition would still be created, immediately declare a Jeopardy Condition. Subject to CRTC staff direction, the CNA shall only assign CO Codes to that Carrier until the quantity of CO Codes available for assignment is depleted to the quantity specified in the Canadian NPA Relief Planning Guideline related to the declaration of a Jeopardy Condition. The CNA shall issue a Part 3 Form denying the remaining CO Code requests made by the Carrier with an explanation that further CO Code requests may only be filled according to the provisions that apply during a Jeopardy Condition that are contained in the Canadian NPA Relief Planning Guideline or as per Commission directions.
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