Applicants should follow these procedures to update contact information on file with USAC.
Applicants can now make changes to certain Block 1 contact information of most USAC forms post-commitment (that is, after a Funding Commitment Decision Letter (FCDL) has been issued for their FCC Form 471).
To request a change of contact information on a specific form or other document submitted to USAC, send a request via your organization's email account or on your organization's letterhead to USAC detailing your request.
You must include the following information for each form for which a change is being requested: To request a permanent change of contact information to the USAC database, send a request via your organization's email account or on your organization's letterhead to USAC detailing your request.
If you need to ask for donations, use one of these sample letters asking for donations as a starting point.
You'll find versions appropriate for different kinds of donation requests, including requests for specific projects, general donations, sponsorships and more.
The following letter can be used to request details about products or services.
With so many businesses asking customers to complete satisfaction surveys, you may find that you get better results if you send a formal letter when asking customers to provide feedback.
Allowable changes to the FCC Form 470 (Description of Services Requested and Certification Form) contact information will be processed once the ability to post an FCC Form 470 for the funding year referenced on the FCC Form 470 is no longer available.
You can increase the chances of the recipient of your letter agreeing to what you ask them to do by following a few simple steps.
The following suggestions will help you write an effective letter of request: When you write your letter of request, put yourself in the shoes of the person who will read it.
Include the date at the top of the letter, both for the company's records and your own personal records.
For example, if you are requesting that your services be canceled or downsized as of a certain date, and the company does not process your request in a timely manner, you have grounds for non-payment because you have a copy of your dated request. For example, if you are moving or changing your phone number, state in the letter, "this was my old address" or "this was my old phone number." The company may need this information to pull up your account in order to update your records. State in the letter, "this is my new address" or "this is my new phone number." You may want to put your updated information in bold print or a larger font so that the person processing your request will have an easy time locating the information. Ask that you be sent a letter in return notifying you that your information has been updated.