Wednesday, November 11, 2020

FCC Moves to New Offices (But No One Moves In)

The FCC has relocated its Washington, DC headquarters to 45 L Street, NE – a move planned for last spring but delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The move was conducted without any FCC employees present as virtually all of them are working from home and are not expected to move into their new offices until next June at the earliest.

 The ARRL Letter reports that mail delivery to the Commission will be unaffected by the move, as the agency has its own Zip Code so the mail would be delivered properly regardless of the address on the envelope. COVID restrictions continue to prohibit hand-delivery of documents and access to FCC offices, like most federal buildings, is extremely limited.