21. The Bureaus also add populated, unserved census blocks in the
22. The Bureaus decline to include certain areas that Tribes previously ceded to
23. The Bureaus remove all SDTSAs from the updated list of eligible census blocks because they do not qualify as "Tribal lands" under the Commission's definition. Separately, the Bureaus also remove certain TDSAs, as defined by the 2010 Census data, that do not qualify as "Tribal lands" under the Commission's definition.
24. The Bureaus also received several challenges to their initial determination based on Mosaik data that certain census blocks are either served or unserved. The Bureaus find four of these demonstrations to be sufficiently credible and convincing to meet the requirements of the USF/ICC Transformation Order and incorporate the requested changes into the updated list of eligible census blocks. The Bureaus conclude that ten commenters that seek additions to the list of eligible blocks do not demonstrate actual lack of service, and therefore do not provide a basis for the Bureaus to depart from their initial determination of potentially eligible census blocks.
25. The list of census blocks on Tribal lands released concurrently with the Auction 902 Procedures Public Notice now includes all of the eligible census blocks that were identified by analyzing 2010 Census data,
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