FCC Updates Facility Policies to Allow Scheduled Visitor Meetings
On March 12, 2020, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Federal Communications Commission restricted visitor access to its facilities to only those visitors with a clear operational necessity. In light of the improved pandemic conditions, updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that focuses on COVID-19 Community Levels and the associated Safer Federal Workforce Task Force guidance, beginning on June 9 the FCC will permit visitors with scheduled appointments, in conjunction with safety protocols identified by the Task Force, to enter its facilities. At the FCC’s new headquarters at 45 L Street NE as well as all other FCC facilities, all visitors will be required to have a scheduled appointment with an FCC contact. That FCC contact shall be responsible for escorting the visitor throughout their time in the FCC facility. Visitors without appointments will not be permitted to access the FCC.
FCC Updates Facility Policies to Allow Scheduled Visitor Meetings FCC Announces New Policy to Again Allow Scheduled Visitor Meetings (press release)