Original FCC “CORES” Database to End July 15 – Register Now for CORES 2

The FCC’s Office of Managing Director announced that the “legacy CORES” database will be decommissioned on July 15. A new system, CORES2 has been active since 2016.  According to the FCC’s Notice:

The Office of Managing Director will decommission the Federal Communications Commission (FCC or Commission) Legacy Commission Registration System (CORES) (Legacy CORES) on July 15, 2022. The current version of CORES (called CORES2 herein and found at https://apps.fcc.gov/cores/userLogin.do) has been in use since 2016 and should be used to register for or maintain an FCC Registration Number (FRN). Using CORES2 for FRN-related transactions requires FRN registrants to set up an account with a unique username (by providing a valid e-mail address)3 and password to associate with their existing or new FRN(s). The FRN registrant’s email address is then established in the system as their username.  Users already registered in CORES2 can continue to manage their FRNs in CORES2 without change. No additional actions are required for CORES2 users.

To see the complete Public Notice, click HERE.


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