Technologies Management, Inc. has been preparing tariffs for all types of carriers for over 25 years. We don’t recall that any client ever thought of their tariffs as a revenue generator. Let’s face it, although tariffs can be useful, they fall squarely in the overhead category.
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Posted by Iris Mennens
One of my responsibilities as an Associate Consultant at Technologies Management, Inc. is to ensure that our client’s tariffs are compliant with federal and state rules and regulations. This includes preparing revisions to implement any changes. As more and more states are relaxing the requirements for tariff filings and/or allowing optional or voluntary detariffing, it has become somewhat of a dilemma for carriers as to whether they should keep a tariff on file with the Commission or withdraw it.