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3. CAP Forms
13. Price cap ILECs develop the End User Common Line Charge (EUCL), the Presubscribed
Interexchange Carrier Charge (PICC), and Carrier Common Line (CCL) rates, the rates that recover
common line, marketing and transport interconnection (CMT) revenue, on CAP-, CAP-2, CAP-3, CAP-
4, and CAPS. There are no revisions to these forms.
4. PCII Form
14. The PCII form displays the calculation of the PCIs for the price cap baskets and includes
the following data: (1) the Gross Domestic Product Price Index (GDP-PI) measuring inflation; (2) the
productivity offset (X-Factor);" (4) the exogenous cost change (Z); (5) the base-year (calendar-year
2007) revenue R for each basket; and (6) the weighting factor (w) used in computing the PCIs. There are
no revisions to the PCI I form.
5. SUMI Form
15. This is a summary form displaying the revenues in baskets and categories. It displays the
base-year (calendar year 2010) service demand multiplied by: (1) current rates; and (2) proposed rates.
SUM I is used to calculate the difference in revenues using base-year demand, under current and proposed
rates. There are no revisions to the SUMI form.
6. EXG Forms
16. The EXGI form displays the exogenous cost changes to the PCIs attributable to any: (1)
sale of exchanges; (2) FCC regulatory fees; (3) excess deferred taxes; (4) amortization of investment tax
credits; (5) low end adjustment calculations; (6) fees associated with Telecommunications Relay Service;
(7) changes in the allocation of costs between regulated and unregulated activities; (8) North American
Numbering Plan (NANP) expenses; (9) removal of thousand block number pooling; and (10) other
exogenous cost changes the ILECs may file. There are no revisions to the EXG 1 form.
17. The EXG2 form displays the net exogenous shifts related to bands and zones for the ATS
categories. There are no revisions to the EXG2 form.
7. Combined Indices
18. The TRP includes a subprogram or switch that allows companies to combine several
study areas for purposes of calculating common basket and service band indices." Thus, companies may
file different tariffed rates while combining indices across all study areas for maintaining headroom, the
difference between maximum allowable revenues (PCI revenues) and forecasted revenues (API
revenues). There are no revisions to these forms.
8. RTE1 Forms
19. These forms display information used to compute the APIs, SBIs, and upper SBI limits.
They display calendar year 2010 demand, current rates, proposed rates, and revenues computed by
multiplying the 2010 demand by current and proposed rates. The RTE1 forms enable the Commission to
'7 The X-Factor is set pursuant to section 61.45 of the Commission's rules. 47 C.F.R. 61.45.
'" This switch in the program would apply, for example, to Verizon and Embarq LTC, which have submitted TRPs
where basket indices and service bands have been aggregated even though some study area tariffs have been kept
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United States. Federal Communications Commission. FCC Record, Volume 26, No. 7, Pages 4843 to 5761, March 28 - April 08, 2011, book, April 2011; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc52169/m1/113/: accessed April 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.