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The Transition Oversight Manager (TOM) invites you to the April
2017 LNPA Transition Outreach and Education Plan (TOEP) webcast. These webcasts are one of the channels used
to communicate with the public in accordance with the TOEP as described in the
Transition Oversight Plan (TOP) amended 6-December-2016.
Our next TOEP webcast is scheduled for April 12th, 2017
at 3PM EDT.
Use the link below to register for the TOEP webcast.
The agenda for the webcast is as follows:
· - Recent outreach events
· - Transition update
· - On-boarding and testing
· - Upcoming TOEP events
If you have trouble registering or if you previously experienced
audio issues during the webcast, please contact us using the link below for
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NAPM Transition Oversight Manager (TOM)
On September 29, 2016, the North
American Portability Management LLC (the ?NAPM LLC?) gave written notice of its
election to extend the term of the Master Agreements with NeuStar, Inc.
(?Neustar?) in all seven United States Service Areas that were set to expire on
September 30, 2016, as set forth in Section 24.2 of the Master
Agreements. Hereafter, Neustar shall be obligated to provide Services and
Transition Services in accordance with Section 24.2 of the Master Agreements in
all seven United States Service Areas, subject further to the right of the NAPM
LLC to deliver to Neustar one or more ?180 Day Termination Notices? and to the
respective rights and obligations of the NAPM LLC and Neustar upon delivery of
one or more 180 Day Termination Notices.
NPAC Transition with Onboarding Webcast
Service Bureaus, and Provider of Telecom-Related Services to Be First Group to
N.J. ? September 7, 2016 ? iconectiv, the newly named next Local
Number Portability Administrator (LNPA) for all U.S. regions, will hold its initial
Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC) transition webcast on September
21, 2016 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm ET. The
first in a series of transition-related events, the webcast will focus on the registration
component of Onboarding for Service Providers, Service Bureaus, and Provider of
Telecom-Related Services. Registration for other NPAC user types will be
covered in future sessions.
Participants will receive an
overview of the Onboarding process. iconectiv transition team members will also
discuss details of the documentation process and the associated materials users
will need in order to register for the NPAC.
To register for the iconectiv
webcast please click on the link below and follow the instruction for
For more information about
the NPAC transition, please visit https://www.napmllc.org/pages/npacrfp/npac_rfp.aspx or contact iconectiv at LNPA-ACCT-MGMT@iconectiv.numberportability.com.
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The Master Services Agreement (MSA) for the new Local Number Portability Administrator (LNPA) has been executed between iconectiv and the NAPM LLC. The press release can be found here:
THE NAPM LLC GIVES WRITTEN NOTICE OF NON-RENEWAL
On July 1, 2016, the North American Portability Management LLC (the ?NAPM LLC?) gave written notice of its election not to renew the Master Agreements with NeuStar, Inc. in all seven United States Service Areas that are set to expire on September 30, 2016. The Master Agreements provide that they automatically shall renew for an additional one year term unless the NAPM LLC gives written notice to NeuStar of the NAPM LLC?s election not to renew the Master Agreements at least 90 days prior to termination of the current term. Notwithstanding the NAPM LLC?s written notice of its election not to renew the Master Agreements, pursuant to those Master Agreements, NeuStar is obligated to continue to provide Services and Transition Services in all seven United States Service Areas through September 30, 2016, and, in certain circumstances, beyond that date.
The NAPM LLC filed the Transition Oversight Plan with the FCC on April 27, 2015. The NAPM LLC, with oversight by the FCC Transition Team, will continue to update and refine the Transition Oversight Plan, as necessary, throughout the transition period, and the non-confidential versions of any updates will be posted on the NAPMLLC.org website (LNPA Tranisition tab, under "Reference Documents").
For input or feedback on the Transition Oversight Plan, please go to the same LNPA Transition tab and enter your input or feedback in the Comments area.
The North American Portability Management, LLC and
the Local Number Portability Administrator Contracts
The North American Portability Management LLC (the "NAPM LLC") has begun taking significant steps in response to the Federal Communications Commission's ("FCC") recent Order conditionally approving the selection of a new Local Number Portability Administrator ("LNPA") in all seven United States service areas, and authorizing the NAPM LLC to negotiate the contracts with the vendor recommended as the new LNPA, Telcordia Technologies Inc. ("Telcordia").
First, the NAPM LLC is developing the Transition Oversight Plan required by the FCC's Order, which the NAPM LLC will file with the FCC no later than Monday, April 27, 2015. Once filed, the NAPM LLC will file a non-confidential version of the Transition Oversight Plan on this page. The NAPM LLC will, with oversight by the Wireline Competition Bureau of the FCC, continue to update and refine the Transition Oversight Plan, as necessary, throughout the transition period, and the non-confidential versions of any updates will be posted here.
Second, the NAPM LLC is in the process of negotiating the LNPA contracts with Telcordia in accordance with the FCC's Order.
Third, the NAPM LLC is in the process of selecting an independent third party transition manager in accordance with the FCC's Order.
Fourth, the NAPM LLC has reached agreement with Neustar, Inc., the current LNPA, to renew the existing contracts in all seven United States service areas to cover services needed during the transition period. The NAPM LLC expects that further negotiations with Neustar regarding the scope and details of Neustar's provision of contractually-required transition-related services will be necessary after the Transition Oversight Plan is finalized.
Please check back here for updates.