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the Executive Agent, National Communi- ment foreign leased private line extencations System.
sion. The Executive Agent, National (c) The following pertains to Group B Communications System, will keep the circuit requirements processing: State, U.S. carriers informed of those arrangeCounty, Municipal Governments, quasi- ments made by him. State and Local Government agencies (f) To insure the effectiveness of this and essential Industrial/Commercial system of priorities it is required that a customers of the communications com- rigorous examination be made by users mon carriers will forward requests for to determine whether the requirements restoration priority assignments to the for a private line service justify placing Federal Communications Commission it into one of the priority categories. It (FCC) for approval. Users and request- should be understood that communicaors will reexamine their circuit require- tion facilities other than private line ments at least every 6 months, and in- service may be available to qualified form the Commission of any appropriate users during emergencies. These other reclassifications.
facilities include the public correspond(d) Subject to the policy guidance of ence message services of the common the Director of Telecommunications carriers and the U.S. mail service. In Management/Special Assistant to the addition, experience indicates that: President for Telecommunications, the (1) The Federal Government must Executive Agent of the National Com- strictly limit priority assignments to munications System is authorized to those circuit requirements which qualify establish subpriorities within Priorities under the stringent criteria of the priori1 and 2 and to notify all concerned. ties set forth in this order. The Executive Agent, National Com- (2) Communications common carriers munications System and the Federal must plan for the use of all of their availCommunications Commission will ar- able resources to satisfy valid requirerange with the carriers for quanti- ments during emergency periods. ties of circuits and the restoration (3) Restoration priorities must be sequence to be followed for Federal and realistically applied to available reForeign Government and those Indus- sources. This objective can be achieved trial/Commercial private line services only by continuous and close cooperative which are earmarked for prearranged working relationships between responsivoluntary participation with the Federal ble Federal Government and common Government in an emergency which are carrier authorities. designated within each of the four pri- (g) Additional detailed criteria for ority categories.
assignment of intercity leased private (e) U.S. carriers shall, so far as prac- line switched networks for Federal Govticable, effect the restoration of U.S. ernment use shall be promulgated at a portions of interrupted private line serv- later date by the Executive Agent, Naices in accordance with this part. In tional Communications System, and the dealing with interrupted foreign po ions Federal Communications Commission in of international leased private line sery- cooperation with the carriers and the ices, the U.S. carriers should endeavor, by
Director of Telecommunications Manadvance agreements with their foreign agement/Special Assistant to the Presicorrespondents (except as indicated be- dent for Telecommunications. low), to effect the restoration of private (h) Requests for restoration priority line services in accordance with this assignments which do not appear to qualorder. Lacking such arrangement, U.S. ify within the criteria stated in this order carriers should handle service restoration shall be coordinated with the requestor in accordance with any system acceptable of the priorities by the Executive Agent to their foreign correspondents which of the National Communications System meets, or comes closest to meeting the or the Federal Communications Commisprocedures described herein. Procedures
sion, as appropriate. Initial requests for affecting Government services which in
restoration priority assignments which the judgment of the U.S. carriers, are not reasonably consistent with this order,
are denied by the certifying agency may should be referred to the Executive
be resubmitted by the requestor for reAgent of the National Communications
consideration. Final disposition of such System. In some instances, U.S. Govern- requests will be made by the appropriate ment/Foreign Government arrangements certifying agency after coordination with exist for the restoration of U.S. Govern- the Director of Telecommunications
Management/Special Assistant to the munications Commission-certified priPresident for Telecommunications. ority circuits, the carriers will notify the
(i) Special critical conditions may Commission when any such circuits are arise from time-to-time requiring the relinquished by the user. temporary raising of circuit requirement (g) To assist the Executive Agent, restoration priorities. Some examples National Communications System, in are: Tracking and control of manned maintaining accurate records, the carspace flight; overseas political tenseness; riers will notify the Executive Agent and national disasters. Activities desir- when a Federal or Foreign Government ing that existing circuit requirement private line service which is not a part restoration priorities be temporarily of the National Communications Sysraised to meet critical conditions shall tem, but which carries a priority cerforward such requests with full justifica- tification, is relinquished by the user. tion to the Executive Agent, National (h) Federal Departments and AgenCommunications System, or the Federal
cies are authorized to issue such addiCommunications Commission, as appro- tional Orders as are necessary to effect priate. Approved requests shall be for
implementation of this part. warded immediately through established channels to the common carriers in
8 201.8 Effective date. volved and to interested Government This part is effective July 15, 1967. agencies. & 201.7 Implementation.
PART 202—PROCEDURES FOR OB
TAINING INTERNATIONAL TELEThe procedures for implementing this system, so that its effectual use can be
COMMUNICATION SERVICE FOR attained, will be as follows:
USE DURING A NATIONAL EMER(a) All existing priority certifications GENCY for private line services made in accord
Sec. ance with DMO 3000.1 are hereby can- 202.0 Authority. celed.
202.1 Purpose. (b) Lists of Federal and Foreign Gov- 202.2 Scope. ernment private line circuits to be in
Circuit restoration procedures. cluded in the priority categories will be
202.4 Responsibilities. furnished by the Executive Agent, Na
202.5 Other requirements.
202.6 Coordination of requirements. tional Communications System, to the
202.7 Implementation. carriers. Non-NCS circuit certifications will be so designated to the carriers.
AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 202 (c) A list of those Industrial/Com
issued under E.O. 10995, E.O. 11084, 27 FR.
1519, 28 F.R. 1531, 3 CFR 1959–1963 Comp.; mercial private line services which are
Memorandum of Aug. 21, 1963, 28 P.R. 9413, earmarked for prearranged voluntary 3 CFR 1959–1963 Comp. participation with the Federal Government during emergencies, and which are
SOURCE: The provisions of this part 202 included in the priority categories 1, 2, 3
appear at 33 F.R. 10929, Aug. 1, 1968, unless
otherwise noted. and 4, will be furnished to the carriers by the Federal Communications Com
$ 202.0 Authority. mission, after coordination with the Ex- (a) Authority to prescribe procedures ecutive Agent, National Communications for obtaining telecommunication reSystem.
sources during an emergency is contained (d) Applications for priority certifica- in Executive Order 10995 (27 F.R. 1519, 3 tions for State and local governments CFR, 1959–1963 Comp., p. 535, as and quasi-State and local government amended, 28 F.R. 1531; 3 CFR, 1959–1963 agencies and for Industrial/Commercial Comp., p. 719), and the President's Naprivate line circuits within the priority tional Communications Memorandum of 3 and 4 categories will be submitted to
August 21, 1963 (28 F.R. 9413, 3 CFR, the Federal Communications Commis- 1959–1963 Comp., p. 858). sion, Washington, D.C. 20554, and the
(b) These procedures are applicable to carriers will be notified of certifications the communications common carriers issued.
and non-Federal Government users un(e) Requestors will be notified of ac- der the President's authority contained tions taken regarding their applications. in subsection 606(a) of the Communica
(f) To assist the Commission in main- tions Act of 1934, as amended. The autaining accurate records of Federal Com- thority under subsection 606(a) has been
delegated by Executive Order 10705 to the Director, Office of Emergency Planning, who in turn, has redelegated it to the Director of Telecommunications Management. This authority may be exercised only during the continuance of a war in which the United States is engaged. $ 202.1 Purpose.
The purpose of this part is to replace Annex 2 of DMO 3000.1, 32A CFR, Chap. I, and to provide specific guidance to Government and private entities who may have new requirements for international telecommunication service during national emergencies. § 202.2 Scope.
The procedures in this part provide guidance for the submission of emergency requirements for telecommunication channels between the United States and overseas or foreign points. Guidance on this subject was previously contained in Annex 2 of DMO 3000.1 and Mobilization Plan IX-3. Mobilization Plan IX-3 has been canceled. $ 202.3 Circuit restoration procedures.
The restoration priority procedures for these emergency requirements shall be in accordance with the order entitled "Priority System for the Use and Restoration of Leased Intercity Private Line Services During Emergency Conditions,” FCC Order 67-51 and DTM, 32 F.R. 791. $ 202.4 Responsibilities.
(a) Executive departments and agencies of the United States, whether or not components of the National Communications System (NCS), shall submit their international emergency telecommunications requirements to the Executive Agent, National Communications System, for coordination and consolidation of mobilization requirements.
(b) The Department of Defense shall coordinate NATO requirements in con
sonance with approved NATO/U.S. procedures for subsequent processing by the Executive Agent, National Communications System.
(c) The Department of State shall coordinate and approve foreign government circuit requirements and then forward them to the Executive Agent, NCS, for further processing. 8 202.5
Other requirements. Those entities, other than Executive departments and agencies of the United States, having need for emergency international telecommunication service shall present their requirements to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). $ 202.6 Coordination of requirements.
(a) The NCS and FCC shall meet periodically to review the total mobilization requirements and to evaluate the impact of these requirements upon the common carriers' capability. If the situation develops in which emergency requirements cannot be provided by the communications common carriers, the Executive Agent, NCS, or the FCC, as appropriate, shall immediately notify the Director of Telecommunications Management of that situation.
(b) The Director of Telecommunications Management will assume the responsibility for coordinating and integrating mobilization requirements which are presented to him, making use of the knowledge, information, and advice of the FCC. These requirements shall be evaluated with due regard to facilities which must remain under the control of the commercial companies and those which must be generally available to the public and the Government. § 202.7 Implementation.
Executive departments and agencies of the United States are authorized to issue such additional orders as are necessary to effect implementation of this part.
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