Regulatory deadlines to watch
Several robocall mitigation and STIR/SHAKEN deadlines are just around the corner. All U.S. providers will be affected by at least some of these rules and should be making their compliance plans. Here’s a recap.
The following table lists imminent regulatory requirements. Some compliance dates are confirmed, while others are awaiting either publication in the Federal Register or approval by the Office of Management and Budget. These regulations are sorted by their confirmed date, if available, or our estimate of the likely compliance dates based on typical turnaround time—stay tuned. Some of these regulations have lengthy explanations; see the published rules for full details.
|Perform robocall mitigation||All providers||60 days after publication in the Federal Register||Federal Register publication pending||Blog post|
|Update Robocall Mitigation Database (RMD) certification and file a Robocall Mitigation Plan in the RMD||All providers||The later of 30 days after OMB approval and subsequent publication in the Federal Register1 or any deadline set by the Wireline Competition Bureau||Federal Register publication, OMB review, final publication pending||Blog post|
|Implement STIR/SHAKEN||Small facilities-based voice service providers||June 30, 2023||Confirmed||Blog post|
|Implement STIR/SHAKEN, sign unsigned calls with NANP calling numbers||Gateway providers||June 30, 2023||Confirmed||Federal Register|
|Robotext blocking rules||Mobile wireless providers||Six months after OMB approval and subsequent publication in the Federal Register||Published, awaiting OMB review and final publication||Federal Register|
|Implement STIR/SHAKEN, sign unsigned calls with NANP calling numbers||First non-gateway intermediate provider in the call path||December 31, 2023||Federal Register publication pending||Blog post|
The Paperwork Reduction Act requires agencies to send new regulations to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for review if compliance requires significant administrative effort. The compliance date for such regulations is set after the OMB review is completed. ↩
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