The Pennsylvania Carrier Working Group (PA CWG) was formed in February 2003, based on the Performance Metrics Order II (PMO II). The PMO II was adopted at the public meeting of December 10, 2002. Docket No. M-00011468.
PA CWG Statement of Purpose/Guidelines for Participation
The Statement of Purpose/Guidelines for Participation describe the reasons for creating a PA CWG and provides a framework for the group's discussions. All participants are required to sign the Statement of Purpose/Guidelines for Participation.
PA CWG Agreement
The Agreement among PA CWG primary participants identifies the PA CWG as an informal process rather than as a formal on-the-record proceeding.
PA CWG Meetings
The PA CWG meetings are held on the second Tuesday of third month in each calendar quarter at 10:30 AM. The meetings are held telephonically unless otherwise noted. A conference bridge is provided.
The PA CWG is presently co-facilitated by an industry chairperson and two PUC staff members:
- Peggy (Margaret) Lupino - Industry
- Rich Layton - Bureau of Technical Utility Services (TUS)
- Louise Fink Smith - Law Bureau
To request more information on PA CWG, email the Co-Chairs.
PA CWG Secretarial Letters
PMO II Documents
PMO II Documents
Lists the documents related to the PMO II, including the Carrier to Carrier Guidelines and the Performance Assurance Plan (PAP).
PMO II Schedule
Secretarial Letter defers Pennsylvania's consideration of the recent changes to the New York Guidelines and the New York PAP until the PUC has approved the pending PMO II compliance filing. Dated February 12, 2003.
PMO II Secretarial Letter
The Secretarial Letter address Verizon's request to serve documents electronically. Dated January 9, 2003.
New York Compliance Filing May 2002
Redlined version of New York's compliance filing for May 2002 compared to the November 2001 version. This is a PDF document of 139 pages.
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