The DC Office®
The DC Office® began providing regulatory information services for communications professionals in 1997 with a sharp focus on proposals and decisions that shape Federal policy in telecommunications, broadcasting and the Internet, at the Federal Communications Commission, Congress and the courts.
In 2005 the company launched TheDCOffice.com, its first interactive Internet service to deliver timely, organized, and concise information to clients about actions taken by federal regulators throughout the business day.
Drawing on our years of experience meeting client needs with this service, we now introduce a new version of TheDCOffice.com, TheDCOexpress 2022, with up-to-date programming techniques, compatibility with mobile devices, enhanced user-control over how and when information is queued up and delivered throughout the business day, and with no long-term subscription commitment.
The new service is designed to ensure ease of use. Each user has an individual account with full control over the information presented and delivered. Payment is by credit card for one-month subscription periods with subscription auto-renewal and an option to cancel at any time. Upon cancelation, the service will remain available for the remainder of the one-month period already paid for and will not renew after that.
The service puts you in control, ensures that you are alerted to the day’s regulatory activity you want to follow, all delivered automatically as you choose.
TheDCOffice.com delivers immediate access to source documents that focus on the several steps involved in docketed regulatory proceedings of the Federal Communications Commission that shape Federal policy in telecommunications, broadcasting and the Internet.
Petition for Rulemaking >>>> Notice of Inquiry >>>> Notice of Proposed Rulemaking >>>> Report and Order >>>> Petition for Reconsideration >>>> Order on Reconsideration >>>> appeals court decisions as reported by the FCC >>>> public comment deadlines and effective dates of final rules as reported in the Federal Register
The service tracks each step along the way, including public comments filed with the FCC in docketed proceedings delivered to you moments after their posting on the FCC’s website.
Other features include all postings in the FCC’s Daily Digest and the late releases that follow, FCC headlines, NTIA headlines and Federal Register postings.
All of this content is displayed as annotated links to the underlying source documents which can be viewed, downloaded and bookmarked minutes after the source makes it available, and at your option is also sent to you via email on a schedule you control.