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Wednesday, August 13, 2008


Here's a chilling appeal. It seems the poor applicant got a COMAD for over $2 million from a 2004-2005 Basic Maintenance funding request, because the "maintenance agreement/contract did not specify the location of eligible products or services for which the Basic Maintenance was to be provided." The way I read it, the applicant had a valid contract which listed all the eligible products covered, but did not list the location. And because the location was not listed in the contract, they're out $2 million. That's some serious nitpicking.

Gotta hope the FCC waives this one.

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