84. Every entity seeking support available in Auction 902 must file a short-form application electronically via the FCC Auction System prior to
85. A party may not submit more than one short-form application for Auction 902. If a party submits multiple short-form applications, only one application may be accepted for filing.
86. Each applicant also should note that submission of a short-form application (and any amendments thereto) constitutes a representation by the certifying official that he or she is an authorized representative of the applicant, that he or she has read the form's instructions and certifications, and that the contents of the application, its certifications, and any attachments are true and correct. An applicant is not permitted to make major modifications to its application; such impermissible changes include a change of the certifying official to the application. Submission of a false certification to the Commission may result in penalties, including monetary forfeitures, the forfeiture of universal service support, license forfeitures, ineligibility to participate in future auctions, and/or criminal prosecution.
B. SAC Identification
87. An applicant will not be required to select the specific census blocks on which it wishes to bid when submitting its short-form application. Based on the SACs or Tribal lands information entered by an applicant, the FCC Auction System will identify during the application process bidding areas for which the applicant may be eligible. The FCC Auction System will identify the bidding areas on which the applicant is potentially eligible to bid based on information provided in the applicant's FCC Form 180. Applicants are reminded that this is not a determination of eligibility under the Commission's rules. The identification of an area as one in which the applicant is potentially eligible to bid does not mean that the applicant is actually eligible to bid for support in that area. Some of the areas may be outside the areas for which a bidder is actually eligible to bid pursuant to the Commission's rules--i.e., the areas in which it is designated as an ETC or, in the case of a Tribally-owned or -controlled entity, areas in its Tribal lands for which it has a pending petition for designation as an ETC.
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