USAC


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AcronymDefinition
USACUnited States Auto Club
USACUniversidad de San Carlos (University of San Carlos, Guatemala)
USACUniversal Service Administrative Company
USACUndergraduate Students Association Council (University of California, Los Angeles)
USACUniversity Studies Abroad Consortium (various schools)
USACUS Airways Center (Phoenix, Arizona)
USACUnited States Army Corps
USACUniversity Sub-Aqua Club (Jamaica)
USACUnited States Atlantic Coast
USACUtrechtsche Studenten Alpenclub (Utrecht, Netherlands)
USACUnited States Auto-Sound Challenge
USACUnited Seniors of Athens County, Inc. (Ohio)
USACUnited States Army Cadet Corps
USACUnited States Alpine Club
USACUnited States of America Cycling (Colorado Springs, CO)
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1, the open wheelers of the USAC Silver Crown Series come to town for the Ted Horn 100.
The new rules eliminate cost-based showings and put USAC in the position of developing a cap (the median) for rural rates in each tier.
In addition, Fitch has assigned USAC a 'BB-'/'RR4' senior unsecured rating to USAC's proposed offering of senior unsecured notes due 2026 and a 'BB+'/'RR1' rating to USAC's senior secured asset-based revolving credit facility.
The transaction provides for the acquisition of ETP subsidiaries CDM Resource Management LLC and CDM Environmental and Technical Services LLC by USAC, and the cancellation of the incentive distribution rights in USAC and conversion of the general partner interest in USAC into a non-economic general partner interest.
In August 2017, USAC announced the first six states for the Lifeline National Eligibility Verifier: Colorado, Mississippi, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, as well as a key partnership with the U.S.
USAC imports were up 230,000 barrels per day (bpd) at 1.219 mbpd, while inputs fell 23,000 bpd to 1.124 mbpd.
FCC and USAC have established many internal controls for the E-rate program's core processes: (1) processing applications and making funding commitment decisions, (2) processing invoices requesting reimbursement, and (3) monitoring the effectiveness of internal controls though audits of schools and libraries that receive E-rate funding (beneficiaries).
To eliminate any potential surprises and to ensure that telcos are prepared for a USAC audit, Sullivan encouraged attendees to have the following items on hand: 1) all certifications associated with the National Exchange Carrier Association (NECA) and USAC-related filings; 2) all cost studies and Universal Service Fund filings; 3) eligible telecommunications carrier certifications, USF disaggregation and other related filings; 4) evidence of advertising; 5) NECA projections and true ups for local switching support and interstate common line support; 6) line count data submitted to NECA/USAC; and 7) financial data.
One NTCA member that just completed a second-round audit said of the USAC audit team, "[They] spent the better part of two weeks on-site ...
On November 30, USAC announced that it had been working closely with the FCC since then and had determined the amount of "unobligated cash" it has available to cover new commitments.
A force that contributed to a drop in E-rate coffers was a new cap on USAC collections from telecommunications companies from August to November 2004.
USAC processes more than 35,000 applications per year for new and continuing E-rate support.