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Bookmark this page as the RID Government Affairs Program (GAP) strives to keep you updated on all the news as it happens. Government affairs issues consist of a wide array of opinions and perspectives. It is GAP's intention to provide the RID membership with varying perspectives as a way to keep you better informed of the issues we face as an organization and a profession. RID's positions and perspectives are shaped by the member feedback we receive, so we encourage you to share with us your concerns, questions or comments on any and all GAP-related items. Please send your GAP communications to email@example.com.
RECENT GAP HIGHLIGHTS
February 1, 2014: RID today submitted comments regarding the iTRS National Outreach Program urging the Commission to involve interpreters from the onset of any discussions that will impact the job functions of VRS interpreters. RID strongly believes that until interpreting is recognized as a core service of VRS and interpreter perspectives are included in the decision-making process, the Commission will continue to struggle to meet its ADA to provide a functionally equivalent video relay service.
Helpful Hits on How to File a Complaint with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC):
If you encounter situations when handling VRS calls that are of concern to you, please feel free to file a comment or complaint with the FCC. Examples that would merit a letter to the Commission are situations where you feel that your ethics as an interpreter are being compromised or in conflict with the FCC regulations, situations where you have experiences harassment and have no other avenue to end the harassment, or other similar situations.
File your complaint with the FCC's Consumer Center by one of the following methods:
E-mailing : firstname.lastname@example.org
Calling: 1-888-CALL-FCC (1-888-225-5322) Voice or 1-888-TELL-FCC (1-888-835-5322) TTY
Writing: Federal Communications Commission, Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau; Consumer Inquiries and Complaints Division; 445 12th Street, SW; Washington, DC, 20554
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