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Best FCC Frequency Sharing MOU Template/Sample

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BlueDevil

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Does anyone have a good Memorandum of Understanding or Agreement template or sample form that they use when sharing FCC Licensed Frequencies with other organizations, businesses or agencies?

I am looking for a good easy to read and understand template to have on hand. Anything too length and filled with big words or legalese will tend to make administrators nervous and shared to sign or enter the agreement without their legal staff or department looking at the agreement and then progress is halted indefinitely.
 

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USFS, BIA, BLM etc have some good ones.

A Quick Google search returned some that were used in the FCC License application
https://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsEntry/...tachmentKey=18368171&attachmentInd=applAttach
Does anyone have a good Memorandum of Understanding or Agreement template or sample form that they use when sharing FCC Licensed Frequencies with other organizations, businesses or agencies?

I am looking for a good easy to read and understand template to have on hand. Anything too length and filled with big words or legalese will tend to make administrators nervous and shared to sign or enter the agreement without their legal staff or department looking at the agreement and then progress is halted indefinitely.
 
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