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        We are looking into ways to provide a tailored experience for frequent users of FCC.gov based on feedback we have heard from users.

        Would love to hear suggestions on features you would be most interested in adding to a “professional user” interface as we begin to develop this.

        Daily Digest? Improved EDOCs search? Easy access to ECFS?

        Send us your ideas.

        -FCC New Media

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          Sterling commented  · 

          I agree with another planned design change, that the site should have two faces--one for the individual/non-business use and one for the business. There should be prominent links to different services, and on the news ticker, have a feature of ham radio go by occasionally, to inform the public of an enjoyable hobby that is missed by the public eye.

          The new FCC Amateur Radio page should provide a lot of BASIC information to the newcomer at the forefront, like what Larry stated. It should also have links to popular sites like the ARRL and QRZ or something like that.

          Licensing and all that bureaucracy needs quite an overhaul. Make it easy to find the right form, or better yet, the right VEC/VE Team, instead of making the user have to search more. Make paper into bytes where it possible and feasible.

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