Enforcement Bureau [FCC] Law and Legal Definition
The Enforcement Bureau is an organizational unit within the Federal Communications Commission. The Enforcement Bureau is responsible for enforcement of provisions of the Communications Act, the FCC's rules, FCC orders, and terms and conditions of station authorizations.
Some major functions of the bureau include:
(1) Consumer protection enforcement.
(2) Local competition enforcement.
(3) Public safety/homeland security enforcement.
Legal Definition list
- Enforcement Adjudication [Energy]
- Enforcement Action
- Energy-Savings Performance Contract
- Enforcement Bureau [FCC]
- Enforcement Hotline [Energy Conservation]
- Enforcement Power
- Enforcing Awards [Securities Dispute Resolution]
- Enfranchisement of Copyhold
- Engaged in a Pattern of Racketeering Activity
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- Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives Bureau
- Alien Species Prevention and Enforcement Act of 1992
- American Bureau of Shipping [ABS]
- Authority to Request Records for a Law Enforcement Purpose
- Better Business Bureaus
- Bureau of Administration [Department of State]
- Bureau of African Affairs [Department of State]
- Bureau of Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade [TTB]
- Bureau of Animal Industry