Broadband Designated Service Area Forms
If you have evidence or information showing the OCIO’s determination of whether a given census block(s) is a targeted service(s) area as of July 1, 2015, is incorrect, pursuant to 129 IAC 20.5 and the procedures and timeframes set forth therein you may appeal that determination by submitting a completed and signed appeal form along with any and all evidence or information you have to support your appeal. Please submit an appeal form and corresponding evidence and information in support thereof via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Carefully review 129 IAC 20.5 prior to submitting any notice of appeal, as failure to comply with the requirements of 129 IAC 20.5 may result in dismissal of your appeal.
In submitting an appeal, please recognize that as a governmental entity OCIO is subject to the State’s public records law found in Iowa Code chapter 22 and implementing administrative rules at 129 IAC 2. In the event you are submitting evidence or information to OCIO in support of your appeal that may contain information you consider confidential, please carefully review 129 IAC 20.5(7) (and the corresponding statutes and rules referenced therein) and complete and submit a Confidentiality Request Form (form 22) in conjunction with your appeal and corresponding evidence and information. Failure to do so may result in rejection of your request for confidential treatment.