Chapter: Capita Selecta
The Wireless Telecommunications Bureau has seven divisions: Commercial Radio Division, Enforcement Division, Policy Division, Auctions Division, Private Radio Division, Licensing Division, and Customer Services Division.
The Commercial Radio Division regulates Cellular Services, Personal Communications Services, paging, and Specialized Mobile Radio, Air-Ground, and Basic Exchange Telecommunications Radio Services.
The Enforcement Division ensures compliance with Commission rules, orders, and policies. The Division responds to public information inquiries concerning rates or practices and investigate EEO practices of wireless telecommunications providers.
The Policy Division develops rules and policies to govern wireless telecommunications services, based on current technical, economic, legislative, judicial and regulatory developments.
The Auctions Division conducts auctions of the electromagnetic spectrum. The Division works out the auction procedures, marketing, and application processing.
The Private Radio Division regulates matters concerning Public Safety, Industrial, Land Transportation and other private mobile radio services, Aviation, Marine, Amateur, IVDS, broadcast auxiliary service, Personal Radio Services, point-to-point micr wave, antenna tower clearance, and the radio operator examination program.
The Licensing Division processes applications and licenses of Specialized Mobile Radio, paging, Private Land Mobile, private and common carrier micr wave, broadcast auxiliary, amateur radio, IVDS, aviation and marine, and General Mobile Radio Services.
The Customer Services Division provides technical assistance to consumers, manufacturers, frequency coordinators, and others on questions related to application processing and licensing in the wireless telecommunications services.