Later in June, Ajit Pai, the head of FCC unveiled a news to hasten the approval process for 5G buildouts with wireless infrastructure.
It is federally designated tribal lands and historic sites during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
The electronic procedure to speed up the approval for 5G buildouts as wireless infrastructure, created on federally designated tribal lands and historic sites.
In the period of coronavirus pandemic, when many Americans have been depending on high-speed internet services during quarantine period.
The company said that this move is critical as Americans have been relying on high-speed connectivity.
For everything from school, work, to staying connected with loved ones during the Covid-19.
The procedure developed by the Advisory Council and FCC on Historic Preservation.
The process developed in combination with the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.
It permits wireless licensees to use an online portal to make requests of expedited reviews of important projects and emergency authorization for infrastructure.
The process uses wireless licensees to request expedited reviews of emergency and essential projects
It should be authorization for infrastructure builds deemed necessary to properly respond to the pandemic.
Tribal and state offices had to close as a result of COVID-19 for several months.
It impacted the offices‘ ability to review proposed wireless builds.
They are also concerned around proposed builds in a timely manner.
According to the commission, the advisory council notified the FCC of the issue in April.
While the FCC said most offices have reopened now and it was in contact with tribal partners with infrastructure builds.
These were affected by the office closures due to the pandemic, some urgently needed projects remain delayed indefinitely.
In August, the court sided with the tribes in the case, ruling that the FCC did not sufficiently justify the exemptions from reviews.
The court remanded the order to the commission.