Purpose of the File Room System
The file room system provides enhanced navigation of the information available from the DTC via actual databases that are working in the background. When searching for a docket by number, enter the docket number only (do not include “DTC”). The first portion of the docket number represents the last two digits of the year the proceeding was commenced, and these two digits must be used when entering the docket number (e.g., enter “07” for 2007). The second portion of the docket number indicates the assigned number for the proceeding and single digits should not be preceded by a “0”. For example, enter “07-9” to locate the online documents for DTC 07-9. Do not include spacing when entering the docket number.
Department orders may also be available at the Social Law Library, 1 Pemberton Square #4100, Boston, MA 02108,
Tel: (617-226-1500). For more information go to www.sociallaw.com. Online subscriptions may be required.
You can browse, search, and download files in the following manner:
- Dockets (browse and download files)
- Electronic orders and filings released by date
- New dockets and filings
- Telecommunication companies licensed in Massachusetts
- Massachusetts Area Codes by City
- Historical Cable Division Orders
In order to view the advanced DTC web pages, you will need to use or download and install one of the following web browsers:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.0 or higher
- Netscape Navigator or Communicator version 4.0 or better
Also there is a calendar ( ActiveX control) imbedded on two of the pages which is only useable through Internet Explorer. A date selection box is provided for other browsers.
A number of our archive files are in Adobe Acrobat format.
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