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The 800 MHz Transition Administrator, LLC (TA)


On May 14, 2021, the FCC’s Order (Terminating Proceeding) regarding the closing of 800 MHz band reconfiguration was published in the Federal Register. That Order will become effective on June 14, 2021. 800 MHz Transition Administrator (TA) operations continue to phase out and access to resources maintained on this website will become unavailable approximately 40 days from May 14, 2021. Please plan accordingly.

Requests for TA concurrence to FCC licensing applications should still be sent to AppReview@800TA.org until the Order becomes
effective on June 14, 2021.
Questions regarding 800 MHz band reconfiguration matters can be submitted until June 24, 2021 to Comments@800TA.org.

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What's New

Order (Terminating Proceeding) (FCC 21-41)

Quarterly Report (Q4 2020)

Quarterly Report Additional Appendices

Mexican Border Region
For licensees located in or affected by reconfiguration in the U.S.-Mexico border region, the MBR resource page contains the most recent guidance and information available. Learn More.

Change Notice
Whenever a change to your PFA or FRA scope of work is required, you will need to submit a Change Notice in accordance with the applicable "Changes" provisions of your PFA or FRA. Learn More.
FCC Order
The FCC’s October 28, 2019 Order and Sixth Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (Order) streamlined elements of the 800 MHz band reconfiguration program, including the process by which licensees certify that the reconfiguration of their systems is complete. The Order is available here. Guidance for licensees regarding the Order can be found here.
Actual Cost Reconciliation
ACR is the process by which licensees document the costs incurred in reconfiguration. The process matches cost support documentation with the amounts paid or to be paid to the licensee for costs of reconfiguration. Licensees can document their actual costs using templates for reporting costs on a per-hour or per-unit basis.

Notice of Email Phishing: The 800 MHz Transition Administrator, LLC (TA) is committed to protecting the security and confidentiality of third-party information. The TA recently became aware of certain phishing attempts that impersonated three TA related email accounts. Phishing occurs when malicious persons “fish” for information by sending emails that impersonate a trustworthy sender. They are attempts to collect the recipients’ sensitive information, such as usernames, passwords, and financial details. The  phishing emails have been purportedly sent by Contracts@800Ta.Org, Archive@800Ta.Org and licensing@baselinetelecom.com. All the emails requested that the recipient click on a link to see an attachment. The TA did not send these emails. If you received any of these emails or any suspicious emails that appear to be from the TA, please notify the TA at 1-888-800-8220 and do not respond to any such emails and do not click on these links. For additional information on phishing, please see the Federal Trade Commission’s Consumer information website

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