Last September we reported on steps the Commission had taken to increase the E911accuracy standards. While many of the changes adopted by the Commission back then took effect in January, several – specifically, §§20.18(h)(1)(vi), 20.18(h)(2)(iii), and 20.18(h)(3) – did not, because they involve “information collections” that had to be approved by the Office of Management and Budget. That approval has now made its way through the bureaucracy, and the FCC has published a notice concerning that approval in the Federal Register. And with that, those rules became effective as of April 28, 2011 (the date the notice made it into the Federal Register).