CSD Teams with eRate Program to Provide Free Consultations
CSD has entered into a partnership with eRate Program, LLC to provide E-Rate consulting services at no charge to all CSD members. eRate Program, LLC serves more than 1,000 schools and districts nationwide by helping them maximize their E-Rate Discount levels.
“Schools are trying to find every last dollar to balance their budgets,” says Steve Futrell, Director of School Service at eRate Program, LLC. “Even schools and school districts that are familiar with the complicated E-Rate paperwork can gain valuable insights from the broad knowledge base of experienced consultants.”
eRate Program has agreed to offer all Cooperating School Districts members 30 minutes of telephone consulting at no cost, with no obligation. eRate Program consultants will answer your questions and clarify areas of confusion. They can also help identify and describe additional E-Rate eligible services that may have been overlooked in the past.
According to Futrell, the small details of identifying and describing E-Rate- eligible services are critical factors for any district--of any size--to ensure they are getting their maximum discount. “Public, private, rural or suburban schools are all eligible for E-Rate to help pay 20% to 90% of their telephone and internet access costs. Unfortunately, many of them are not getting their full share of E-Rate funds.”
“We have found that even those schools that have filed on their own for years are surprised to discover they have been leaving money on the table,” says Futrell. “We are happy to share our expertise, answer their questions and help them make sure they are maximizing their E-Rate Discount levels.”
For more information, please visit the eRate Program website at http://erateprogram.com/ To take advantage of this special offer for CSD members, please call Steve Futrell at 314-282-3994.
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