Enhanced Geo-Targeted Wireless Emergency Alerts

OMB 3060-1269

OMB 3060-1269

The Federal Communications Commission (Commission) submits this non-substantive change request to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) related to Information Collection, OMB Control Number 3060-1269, titled “Enhanced Geo-Targeted Wireless Emergency Alerts,” which was previously approved by OMB on February 5, 2020. As described in more detail in the enclosed materials, the Commission requests that OMB approve the following non-substantive changes to the information collection, please see the justification. The Federal Communication Commission's (Commission's) rules effective Nov. 30, 2019 require that Participating CMS providers (providers) be able to direct Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) to 100% of a target geographic area specified by an alert originator with no more than a 0.1 mile overshoot (enhanced geo-targeting). The FCC seeks to perform an information collection to evaluate the accuracy and performance of providers' enhanced geo-targeting implementations shortly after this date.

The latest form for Enhanced Geo-Targeted Wireless Emergency Alerts expires 2023-02-28 and can be found here.

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