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12 11, 2021

Valuation Director

2021-11-12T14:31:29-05:00November 12, 2021|Career Opportunities|

The Financial Services (FS) practice of JSI is looking to add talented financial professionals at the Director level to focus on managing the execution of client engagements and building out our portfolio valuation and fund advisory practice. While the primary execution and business development focus will be valuation, all members of the Financial Services are expected to facilitate our firm’s growth by cross-selling other FS broadly.

As the Valuation Director, primary activities will include:

  • Overall project management execution
  • Presenting analyses and conclusions internally and externally to our clients
  • Acting as the lead professional on engagements, which includes managing the day-to-day tasks of projects and serving as principal contact with client personnel
  • Managing client deliverables
  • Reviewing presentations
  • Participating in diligence meetings
  • Directing the efforts of Associates and Financial Analysts
  • Negotiating engagement documents
  • Networking with prospects to build revenue-producing relationships
  • Driving business development events and initiatives

Additional responsibilities include:

  • Leading business and financial due diligence sessions with clients;
  • Providing leadership and guidance towards valuing companies, businesses, and securities;
  • Leading the valuation review process;
  • Presenting valuation analyses and conclusions internally and externally;
  • Managing client deliverables;
  • The ability to assist in building and reviewing complex financial models (e.g., to value specific securities or transaction structures);
  • Assisting in quality control, execution, and industry consultation across the entire financial advisory services platform;
  • Creative content development thought leadership and collaboration across service lines;
  • Preparing fee proposals to clients, including scoping discussions, pitch materials, and internal engagement pricing committee memoranda;
  • Pitching engagements and leading in business development initiatives; and
  • Building relationships and maintaining direct contact with current and prospective clients.

Qualifications

The ideal candidate should be motivated, creative, commercially driven, and possess strong skills in overall project management, leading, managing, performing financial analysis, and business development. In addition, candidates must have a strong knowledge of finance and valuation. Candidates must also have strengths in applied financial theory, analytical capabilities, and verbal and written communication skills.

  • The ideal candidate will be highly motivated with an exceptional work ethic and have a demonstrated ability and desire to work cooperatively with team members and client professionals
  • Prior equity and/or debt valuation or related experience
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Advanced accounting, finance, financial modeling, and analytical abilities
  • Demonstrated experience managing Analysts/Associates or other personnel
  • Entrepreneurial attitude: desire and willingness to support a growing practice and contribute across the full suite of offerings
  • Strong command of Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and standard database systems
  • BA/BS in Finance, Accounting, and a minimum of 8-10 years of experience in financial services
  • Master’s degree or progress towards an advanced degree a plus
  • CFA designation a plus
  • Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA) or Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA) designation a plus

Ready to talk to us? Send your resume to kvelasquez@jsitel.com or tbullock@jsitel.com.

12 11, 2021

IT Director – Greenbelt, Md.

2021-11-12T14:31:51-05:00November 12, 2021|Career Opportunities|

JSI is looking for an experienced IT Director for its rapidly expanding company. The IT Director’s goal will be to provide effective and efficient technology solutions to meet the organization’s needs. The IT Director reports to CFO and ensures the user experience is both positive and predictable. The IT Director will have primary responsibility for implementing IT-related policies and procedures and ensuring the availability of necessary technical resources. The IT Director will manage both internal systems and resources, as well as outsourced vendor support. The IT Director will work closely with decision-makers across the organization to identify, recommend, develop, implement and support cost-effective technology solutions for all aspects of the organization. The IT Director will also define and implement IT policies, procedures, and best practices. This position is based in JSI’s Greenbelt, Md., headquarters.

The responsibilities of our IT Director include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to identify and implement appropriate technical solutions and promote a sustainable technology framework.
  • Oversee IT budget and allocate funds to meet organizational needs best.
  • Lead the IT department’s operational and strategic planning, including fostering innovation, planning projects, and organizing and negotiating the allocation of resources when applicable.
  • Develop and institute data management best practices and ensure employees are trained and up to date on procedures.
  • Manage the day-to-day operations of the organization’s IT infrastructure and applications.
  • Actively manage our MSP and other vendor relationships and ensure the vendor is accountable and performing with service-level agreements.
  • Work closely with colleagues and technology partners to support the server and network infrastructure.
  • Supervise IT department team members.
  • Support the implementation of IT initiatives as identified by the organization.
  • Primary support of key business applications. Manage application vendor support relationships to ensure the end users’ needs are met.
  • Determines security vulnerabilities and associated risks and ensures data security. Maintains disaster recovery systems and provides strategic solutions that increase data safety.
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Qualifications/Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent; degree in the field of computer science desirable.
  • Minimum of 10-12 years relevant work experience.
  • Highly proficient in MS Office suite, MS Windows Operating Systems, and core business software.
  • Effective interpersonal skills and relationship-building skills. Customer service-oriented.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, ability to present ideas in user-friendly language. Ability to train users and communicate procedures and changes related to technology.
  • Self-motivated and directed with strong organizational skills and a keen ability to prioritize and multi-task.
  • Excellent attention to detail, time management, and prioritization skills when faced with multiple projects.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage vendor relationships and other IT staff.
  • Ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision.
  • Experience with RPA a plus.

At JSI, you will have a career that is rewarding and challenging on every level of the organization. JSI is committed to providing our employees with:

  • Professional growth and development opportunities
  • A diverse, dynamic, and stimulating work environment
  • Educational opportunities
  • Work-life balance
  • A competitive salary and benefits package

Ready to talk to us? Send your resume to kvelasquez@jsitel.com or tbullock@jsitel.com.

12 11, 2021

Business Advisory Services Director – Maryland HQ

2021-11-12T14:32:49-05:00November 12, 2021|Career Opportunities|

JSI, the leader in broadband solutions for Rural Service Providers, is seeking to hire a Director – Business Advisory Services for its Greenbelt, Maryland, office. JSI’s Business Advisory department assists telecom, broadband, and video/cable and wireless clients with various business operations, technical, marketing, and service expansion. The group ranges from being directly involved in the day-to-day operational process to supporting long-term technical planning. Many of the services in this group include implementing new regulatory rules operationally. The department also develops and negotiates agreements to assist the clients’ business, such as interconnection agreements for both voice and IP, end-user agreements, and pole attachment agreements.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in communications or electrical engineering with experience in broadband networks
  • MBA highly preferred
  • Five (5) years of experience telecommunications or broadband services and operations
  • Working experience with IP Broadband networks including fiber and wireless networks
  • Three (3+) experience in managing people
  • Working knowledge of regulations, marketing/service pricing and of contracts
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong presentation skills
  • Must be self-motivated
  • Experiences as an expert witness is a plus

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Lead the team that can provide sound business advice to clients on how to grow their business by adding services and support the service launch with operational support
  • Managed the team that can help clients ongoing operations with operational best practices and with numbering services
  • Manage the team to provide methods and processes for implementing new regulatory rules, such as 911 rules, Robocall Mitigation, and mandatory pricing changes
  • Support clients in applying for grants and auction funding for broadband deployment
  • Manage the team that writes and negotiates agreements such as interconnection, end-user, video programming and other contracts that clients need to operate their business
  • Train, mentor and supervise a team of Business Advisory staff
  • Inform clients of industry changes and events that may potentially impact them through drafting brief and succinct emailed notices known as “e-lerts”
  • Develop analyses that identify key business opportunities and risks and provide recommendations
  • Proactively develop and promote new services for the Business Advisory Department and the company
  • Provide technical and operational advice and support to multidisciplinary teams at JSI

At JSI, you will have a career that is rewarding and challenging on every level of the organization. JSI is committed to providing our employees with:

  • Professional growth and development opportunities
  • A diverse, dynamic, and stimulating work environment
  • Educational opportunities
  • Work-life balance
  • A competitive salary and benefits package

Interested candidates should send a resume to Kai Velasquez.

11 11, 2021

Webinar: Breaking Down the ReConnect Round 3 Funding Program

2021-11-12T08:29:17-05:00November 11, 2021|Webinar Recordings|

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Rural Utilities Service (RUS) has announced the application window for Round 3 of its Rural eConnectivity Program (ReConnect), which will provide $1.15 billion in grants, loans, and grant-loan combinations for broadband buildout projects in rural America. This third round of funding will consider areas where 90% of the households lack access to fixed broadband services with speeds of at least 100/20 Mbps. If you did not have qualifying areas for Round 2, you likely will for Round 3 due to this eligibility change. The program requires awardees to provide services with speeds of 100/100 Mbps to all premises in the proposed geographic area(s). RUS will begin accepting applications on November 24, 2021, and all applications must be received by February 22, 2022.

JSI recently hosted a webinar to help those interested in applying for the funds prepare for the 2022 program. Our experts, who have shepherded many companies through the process in Rounds 1 and 2, shared important information and strategies, including:

  • Program requirements and deadlines for grants, loans, and grant/loan combinations, including details on requirements for tribal governments and socially vulnerable communities
  • Differences between Round 3 and previous competitions
  • How to determine eligible areas and whether to apply
  • Details on RUS’s scoring criteria
  • Strategies for success based on JSI’s work with past ReConnect winners

Because of the program’s complexity and the funding options available, this webinar also will feature scenarios for each of the funding options: 100% loan, 50% loan 50% grant combinations, 100% grant, and 100% grant for tribal governments and socially vulnerable communities.

JSI-assisted applicants have been very successful in previous ReConnect competitions, with 93% of Round 2 applicants awarded funding through the program. We are ready to work with you on all aspects of a ReConnect application and broadband project.

For a copy of the webinar recording, please contact Brenda Cordwell at 240-556-1295. For more information about the ReConnect program or to get started on an application, please contact Lans Chase at 770-569-2105 or Amanda Molina at 321-985-5709.

9 11, 2021

Landmark Federal Infrastructure Bill to Provide $65 Billion for Broadband

2021-11-09T15:03:13-05:00November 9, 2021|e-Lerts|

Congress passed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act late on Friday, November 5, 2021. The legislation appropriates more than $1 trillion to fund national infrastructure projects, including approximately $65 billion specifically for broadband infrastructure and related programs over the next five years. The bill now heads to the White House for signing. Rural broadband providers will benefit from several of the Act’s programs. This e-Lert summarizes the key broadband provisions for rural broadband providers.

Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) Program
The National Telecommunications and information Administration (NTIA) will distribute $42.45 billion to the states based on the number of unserved locations in each state, with an initial minimum allocation of $100 million for each state. The remainder of the funds will be distributed based on each state’s unserved locations, defined as those lacking 25Mbps / 3Mbps. Private companies, cooperatives, and public-private partnerships will be eligible to receive grant funds through each state. Grants can be used for unserved (25/3Mbps) and underserved (less than 100/20Mbps) projects; connecting anchor institutions; data collection, broadband mapping and planning; installing CPE to eligible multi-family residential buildings; providing affordable internet-capable devices; and other uses determined by NTIA. Except for high-cost areas, grant funds may cover a maximum of 75% of the project costs, but grantees may use funds from the four previously passed COVID-19 response laws to meet the remaining 25%. Funded projects must deliver 100/20 Mbps within four years and must offer at least one low-cost broadband service option.

Middle-Mile Infrastructure Grant Program
Congress appropriated $1 billion to NTIA for a competitive middle-mile grant program to connect unserved and underserved last mile areas to the Internet backbone. Rural carriers are among the entities eligible for this program, which encourages public/private partnerships and may fund up to 70% of the middle-mile project costs. NTIA must release its notice of funding within the next six months.

Affordable Connectivity Program
Congress extended and modified the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program (EBBP), now called the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), with $14.2 billion to the FCC. The Act decreases the non-tribal monthly household benefit from $50 to $30.

ReConnect
Congress appropriated $2 billion for the fiscal year ending Sep. 30, 2022, to Rural Utilities Service’s existing the ReConnect program for broadband grants, loans and grant/loan combinations. ReConnect requires broadband speeds of at least 100/20 Mbps.

Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program
Congress appropriated $2 billion to the existing Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program for 2021-2022 fiscal year and to remain available until expended.

Appalachian Region High-Speed Broadband Deployment Initiative
Congress appropriated $1 billion over five years to the Appalachian Regional Commission for High-Speed Broadband Deployment and Regional Energy Hub initiatives. Congress directs that at least 65% of the funds be used for the broadband initiative. The Regional Commission must coordinate its grants with the FCC, NTIA, and the Economic Development Administration (EDA) to avoid duplication of federal funding programs.

Digital Equity Programs
Congress appropriated $1.5 billion over five years to promote the achievement of digital equity, support digital inclusion activities, and build capacity for efforts by states related to broadband adoption. States must develop a State Digital Equity Plan and submit it with its application for grant funds. The Commerce Department will also create the Digital Equity Competitive Grant Program to award $1.25 billion over five years to support those efforts.

Other Notable Items

Beyond the various grant programs contained in the legislation, Congress directed the FCC to take action in three broadband-related administrative programs:

  • $10 million to the FCC for a Broadband Deployment Locations Map. This program is funded separately from the FCC’s broadband DATA maps but will incorporate broadband service availability reported by those maps.
  • The FCC is directed to examine and make recommendations on how it should achieve universal service goals for broadband and submit to Congress its report in 270 days after the Act’s enactment.
  • Congress also directs the FCC to develop rules for consumer labels for broadband service no later than one year of enactment. After the FCC develops the rules, broadband providers must use broadband consumer labels when giving information to customers regarding broadband internet access service plans.

In addition, the legislation includes funds for improving the nation’s electric grid through smart grid and boost its security. The Rural and Municipal Utility Advance Cybersecurity Grant and Technical Assistance Program will provide $250 million for grants to help rural and municipal utilities deploy advanced cybersecurity technologies for electric utility systems and increase participation in threat sharing programs. As well, $3 billion will go towards a Smart Grid Investment Matching Grant Program to fund up to 50% of qualifying smart grid investments.

Please contact Douglas Meredith at 801-294-4576 or Carl Perry at 512-338-0473 if you have questions or concerns about the Infrastructure Act or would like JSI’s help in planning your participation in these new opportunities.

8 11, 2021

FCC Pauses Elimination of Lifeline Support for Voice-Only Service

2021-11-08T14:14:30-05:00November 8, 2021|e-Lerts|

On Friday, November 5, 2021, the FCC paused for one year its plan to eliminate Lifeline support for eligible customers that subscribe to voice-only service. The current $5.25 per month of support will remain in effect for all eligible voice-only customers until December 1, 2022. During that time, the FCC will evaluate whether the changed circumstances warrant longer-term modifications of the Lifeline program.

Lifeline support for voice-only service originally was scheduled to end on December 1, 2021. Companies should make sure that their billing systems are updated to ensure the continued Lifeline support to eligible voice-only customers.

Please contact Liz Kayser at 512-338-0473 or Lans Chase at 770-569-2105 if you have any Lifeline-related questions or need assistance.

5 11, 2021

JSI Welcomes FCC Veteran Jenn Holtz as its New Regulatory VP

2021-11-05T11:27:26-04:00November 5, 2021|News|

Jennifer HoltzWe are very pleased to announce the hiring of Jennifer (Jenn) Holtz as our new Vice President-Regulatory Affairs. Jenn will be taking the helm from John Kuykendall who has headed that group since 2004. John will remain with JSI in a more strategic role as Regulatory Advisor, spearheading client advocacy initiatives as well as providing guidance and support for Jenn and the regulatory staff.

Jenn Holtz comes to JSI with a very impressive resume. Most recently she was at the FCC where she held several positions in the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau, including serving as the acting division chief of the Cybersecurity & Communications Reliability Division and special counsel for the Operations and Emergency Management Division. At the FCC, Jenn oversaw 911 reliability and several cybersecurity-related issues. Before moving to the FCC, Jenn was an associate at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, representing clients before the FCC, Universal Service Administrative Company, and state public service commissions on regulatory matters, enforcement actions, administrative audits, and investigations. She also spent time at the Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) as senior policy advisor to BroadbandUSA, which helped communities build capacity using lessons from Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP), and worked closely with the National Economic Council, Council on Economic Advisors, and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Jenn received her law degree from Syracuse University, but she also holds Masters’ degrees from both the London School of Economics and the Annenberg School for Communications and Journalism at the University of Southern California.

“JSI is very fortunate to attract someone of Jenn’s caliber and experience,” said JSI President Steve Meltzer. “Jenn’s knowledge of the industry, of broadband policy and her contacts at various regulatory organizations will be a huge benefit to our clients and our staff.”

“I’m honored to join such a talented team at JSI and look forward to helping our clients bridge the digital divide and offer more services to their customers,” Jenn said. “This is an unprecedented time of growth for JSI, with the recent acquisitions of Mid-State Consultants and N-Com and a number of new senior hires, and I’m excited to help take both the firm and our regulatory offerings to the next level.”

In her spare time, Jenn serves as the Affiliate Chair for Washington, D.C.’s Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, where she’s doubled affiliate membership and participation. She became involved with the group after losing her father to the disease. She’s also active with the Federal Communications Bar Association.

Jenn Holtz can be reached in JSI’s Maryland headquarters at 301-459-7590 or via email. Please reach out and help us welcome Jenn to JSI!

3 11, 2021

JSI Numbering Expert Named NANC Vice Chair

2021-11-03T08:27:30-04:00November 3, 2021|News|

FCC Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel this week named Bridget Alexander White, staff director in JSI’s Business Development department, as the vice chair of the North American Numbering Council (NANC). She will serve as vice chair during the 2021-2023 charter. Bridget is in her second term on the Council and has been a voting member of the since 2017. Bridget’s nomination is sponsored by US Connect.

The NANC is composed of representatives of telecom carriers, regulators, cable providers, VoIP providers, industry associations, vendors, and consumer advocates. Its main mission is to recommend to the FCC ways to modernize the North American Numbering Plan. It also has been instrumental recently in the FCC’s fight against illegal robocalls, working on implementing STIR/SHAKEN and the Reassigned Numbers Database. Bridget has been involved in all of those discussions, representing the interests of small and rural carriers.

Bridget has worked in the telecom industry for nearly 25 years, much of it focused on telecom policies that drive numbering and porting decisions. She works with rural companies each day that are affected by the NANC’s decisions and provides a vital voice for them on the Council.

“I was rendered speechless when I received the call asking me to serve as vice chair! I work with a wonderful and intelligent group of people on the Council and the opportunity to serve as vice chair of the NANC is an honor,” Bridget said. “I greatly appreciate Chairwoman Rosenworcel’s appointment in recognition of my contributions to the Council and I look forward to continuing to advocate for rural carriers in the industry.”

Bridget is excited about her new role helping to lead the NANC as it tackles several big issues. She invites clients to communicate any concerns or opinions about NANC’s work to her directly by email or by phone at 301-459-7590.

2 11, 2021

CAF-BLS Cos. Without Locations in HUBB Must Contact USAC About Samples for Broadband Pre-Testing

2021-11-02T14:02:42-04:00November 2, 2021|e-Lerts|

Legacy CAF-BLS companies that may not have adequate locations in the HUBB for a random sampling before broadband performance pre-testing begins in January 2022 must contact USAC by Monday, November 8, 2021. All Legacy CAF-BLS companies, along with A-CAM II, Alaska Plan and CAF Phase II Auction carriers, must begin pre-testing in first quarter 2022 as part of the FCC’s performance measures testing framework. Companies will use a USAC-generated random sample of broadband locations deployed (and reported in the HUBB) that have active subscribers.

However, USAC has identified three scenarios where CAF-BLS companies may not have any locations or enough locations reported in the HUBB for the random sampling:

  1. Fully Deployed Prior to May 25, 2016 – Under this scenario, CAF-BLS companies have not reported any locations into the HUBB because they were fully deployed in their service territory prior to May 25, 2016 and therefore have no HUBB filing obligations.
  2. No Reported Deployments to Date – Since CAF-BLS companies only have one deployment milestone at the end of 2023, there may be some companies that do have a HUBB filing obligation but have not yet submitted any locations in HUBB due to no deployment of 25/3 broadband during the period May 25, 2016 to present.
  3. Limited Deployment to Date – Under this scenario, CAF-BLS carriers have entered some locations in the HUBB due to deployment of 25/3 broadband after May 25, 2016 but must rely on locations that were fully deployed prior to May 25, 2016 to meet their buildout obligations. For example, a company may have a buildout requirement of 3,000, but 2,800 of these were prior to May 25, 2016 and therefore only 200 locations are in the HUBB.

USAC has asked any Legacy CAF-BLS companies that fall under scenarios 1 and 2 to contact them at HCproduct@USAC.org by November 8. USAC is meeting with the FCC to discuss scenario 3 and is planning to send an updated email with language that is directly applicable to this situation. USAC is likely to ask companies under scenario 3 to tell them how many locations and at what speeds were deployed pre-2016 to be added to those that they did upload into HUBB. Regardless, USAC will follow up with CAF-BLS companies under each of the three scenarios on how to obtain random location samples for speed and latency pre-testing in 2022.

If you have any questions about this requirement or any other questions related to broadband performance testing, please contact Lans Chase at 770-569-2105 or Paul Nesenson at 651-452-2660.

22 10, 2021

Mandatory 10-Digit Dialing Begins Oct. 24 for Specific Area Codes

2021-10-27T12:00:42-04:00October 22, 2021|e-Lerts|

Affected carriers must send contact info to NANPA

This Sunday, October 24 is the deadline for carriers in the 82 area codes to implement 10-digit dialing in advance of the launch of the new three-digit code 988 this summer for the National Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Crisis hotline. All telecommunications carriers and interconnected VoIP service providers in areas that both use seven-digit dialing and use 988 as the first three numbers in seven-digit phone numbers must implement 10-digit dialing for all local calls.

In addition, all companies are required to make any necessary changes to their networks before July 16, 2022, to allow callers to dial 988 to reach the National Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Crisis hotline number, 1-800-273-8255 (TALK).

Carrier Troubleshooting Contact Information
The North American Numbering Plan Administrator (NANPA), which is managing the 10-digit dialing transition, has compiled a list of carrier contacts to be used only for troubleshooting issues to ensure all impacted carriers transition to 10-digit dialing as smoothly as possible.

Carriers transitioning to 10-digit dialing must provide their company’s troubleshooting contact information to the NANPA as soon as possible if they have not already.

The troubleshooting contact information must include: Provider Name, Primary Contact, Telephone Number(s), Hours of Operation, Backup Contact/Escalations, Email Address and Telephone Number(s).

Impacted NPAs
The area codes now required to transition to 10-digit dialing are:

STATE/TERRITORY NPA(S)
Alaska 907
Alabama 251
Arkansas 501
Arizona 480, 520, 928
California 209, 530, 562, 626, 650, 707, 925, 949, 951
Colorado 719, 970
Delaware 302
Florida 321 (Brevard County), 352, 561, 941
Georgia 478, 912
Guam 671
Hawaii 808
Illinois 309, 618, 708
Indiana 219, 574
Iowa 319, 515
Kansas 620, 785
Kentucky 859
Louisiana 337, 504
Michigan 616, 810, 906, 989
Minnesota 218, 952
Mississippi 662
Missouri 314, 417, 660, 816
Montana 406
Nevada 775
New Hampshire 603
New Jersey 856, 908
New Mexico 505, 575
New York 516, 607, 716, 845, 914
North Carolina 910
Ohio 440, 513
South Dakota 605
Tennessee 731, 865
Texas 254, 361, 409, 806, 830, 915, 940
Vermont 802
Virginia 276, 804
Washington 509
Wisconsin 262, 414, 608, 920

Please contact Lisa Cover in JSI’s Maryland office at 301-459-7590 if you have any questions regarding 10-digit dialing or need assistance reporting your troubleshooting contact to the NANPA.

Numbering & Porting Essentials Service

Clients interested in educating their staff on the cavalcade of numbering, porting and robocall mitigation requirements all service providers will face in 2022 should consider subscribing to JSI’s Numbering & Porting Essentials service. The subscription includes breaking news alerts, a free webinar and web-based education sessions designed to keep companies informed about important numbering, porting and robocall mitigation decisions that will impact their internal operations and customers. Contact Bridget Alexander White for more details and to sign up.

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