4 CCR 723-2 - RULES REGULATING TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES AND PROVIDERS OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES

  1. - GENERAL PROVISIONS (§ 4 CCR 723-2-2000 to 4 CCR 723-2-2008)
  2. - CIVIL PENALTIES (§ 4 CCR 723-2-2009 to 4 CCR 723-2-2012- 2099)
  3. - OPERATING AUTHORITY
  4. - RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CUSTOMERS AND PROVIDERS
  5. - COSTING AND RATES
  6. - PROVIDER OBLIGATIONS TO OTHER PROVIDERS
  7. - NUMBERING ADMINISTRATION
  8. - PROGRAMS (§ 4 CCR 723-2-2800. - 2819)
  9. - GLOSSARY OF ACRONYMS

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 18, September 25, 2021

Notes

4 CCR 723-2
Entire rule eff. 08/01/2007.
Section 2147. eff. 07/30/2010.
Sections SB&P, 2009., 2010., 2895. eff. 09/14/2010.
Sections 2187, 2188, Programs-High Cost Support eff. 12/30/2011.
Sections 2202, 2203, 2843, 2856(unnumbered paragraph), 2856-, 2856, emer. rule eff. 02/21/2012; expired eff. 09/18/2012.
Sections 2000, 2186, 2186, 2186, 2186, 2202, 2202-, 2203-, 2213 - 2215, 2216 - 2299, 2843, 2856 - 2869 eff. 04/14/2013.
Sections 2006-2007, 2103-, 2104-, 2122-, 2800 - 2809, 2847-, 2895, GLOSSARY OF ACRONYMS eff. 12/15/2013.
Sections 2307, 2504-eff. 03/17/2014.
40 CR 15, August 10, 2017, effective 9/1/2017 41 CR 03, February 10, 2018, effective 3/2/2018 43 CR 02, January 25, 2020, effective 2/14/2020 43 CR 23, December 10, 2020, effective 11/10/2020

Basic Emergency Service

Basis, Purpose, and Statutory Authority

The basis and purpose of these rules is to: (1) define and describe basic emergency service as regulated by § 40-15-201, C.R.S.; (2) prescribe multi-line telephone system (MLTS) operator requirements regarding disclosure to end users of the proper method for accessing 9-1-1 service, and regarding the capability of the MLTS to transmit end users' telephone numbers and location information; (3) prescribe the interconnection environment and relationships between basic emergency service providers (BESPs) and originating service providers and other BESPs; (4) permit use of 9-1-1 databases for outbound wide area notifications in times of emergency; (5) prescribe reporting times of 9-1-1 outages and interruptions; (6) explicitly recognize the potential for multiple BESPs in Colorado; (7) prescribe the processes for the establishment of the annual threshold, surcharge, and charge amounts; and (8) prescribe the process for the collection and distribution of state 9-1-1 surcharge funds.

The statutory authority for the promulgation of these rules is found at §§ 29-11-101.5; 29-11-102; 29-11-102(2)(b); 29-11-102.3; 29-11-102.5(2)(c); 29-11-102.7(2); 29-11-106(3); 40-2-108; 40-3-102; 40-3-103; 40-4-101(1) and (2); 40-15-201; 40-15-301; and 40-15-503(2)(g), C.R.S.

Annotations

See Archibold v. Public Utilities Com'n of State of Colo, 58 P.3d 1031. See AviComm, Inc. v. Colorado Public Utilities Com'n, 955 P.2d 1023.

4 CCR 723-2
Entire rule eff. 08/01/2007.
Section 2147. eff. 07/30/2010.
Sections SB&P, 2009., 2010., 2895. eff. 09/14/2010.
Sections 2187, 2188, Programs-High Cost Support eff. 12/30/2011.
Sections 2202, 2203, 2843, 2856(unnumbered paragraph), 2856-, 2856, emer. rule eff. 02/21/2012; expired eff. 09/18/2012.
Sections 2000, 2186, 2186, 2186, 2186, 2202, 2202-, 2203-, 2213 - 2215, 2216 - 2299, 2843, 2856 - 2869 eff. 04/14/2013.
Sections 2006-2007, 2103-, 2104-, 2122-, 2800 - 2809, 2847-, 2895, GLOSSARY OF ACRONYMS eff. 12/15/2013.
Sections 2307, 2504-eff. 03/17/2014.
40 CR 15, August 10, 2017, effective 9/1/2017 41 CR 03, February 10, 2018, effective 3/2/2018 43 CR 02, January 25, 2020, effective 2/14/2020 43 CR 23, December 10, 2020, effective 11/10/2020

Basic Emergency Service

Basis, Purpose, and Statutory Authority

The basis and purpose of these rules is to: (1) define and describe basic emergency service as regulated by § 40-15-201, C.R.S.; (2) prescribe multi-line telephone system (MLTS) operator requirements regarding disclosure to end users of the proper method for accessing 9-1-1 service, and regarding the capability of the MLTS to transmit end users' telephone numbers and location information; (3) prescribe the interconnection environment and relationships between basic emergency service providers (BESPs) and originating service providers and other BESPs; (4) permit use of 9-1-1 databases for outbound wide area notifications in times of emergency; (5) prescribe reporting times of 9-1-1 outages and interruptions; (6) explicitly recognize the potential for multiple BESPs in Colorado; (7) prescribe the processes for the establishment of the annual threshold, surcharge, and charge amounts; and (8) prescribe the process for the collection and distribution of state 9-1-1 surcharge funds.

The statutory authority for the promulgation of these rules is found at §§ 29-11-101.5; 29-11-102; 29-11-102(2)(b); 29-11-102.3; 29-11-102.5(2)(c); 29-11-102.7(2); 29-11-106(3); 40-2-108; 40-3-102; 40-3-103; 40-4-101(1) and (2); 40-15-201; 40-15-301; and 40-15-503(2)(g), C.R.S.

Annotations

See Archibold v. Public Utilities Com'n of State of Colo, 58 P.3d 1031. See AviComm, Inc. v. Colorado Public Utilities Com'n, 955 P.2d 1023.

Notes

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