Let's Put The Pieces - Together
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|Let's Put The Pieces -
Hopefully, you got your E-rate forms submitted and certified on time. You are
getting the contracts signed and waiting to hear from SLD to see if all that work
will result in approved funding. Oh wait! They want more documentation. That
Item 21 Attachment is not descriptive enough. But I thought that service
qualified for funding? I did not realize you had to file that form before this
form. The auditors are coming!
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