Wireless Telecommunications Installation

Master Antenna Forms

As required by  P.L. 112-96, GSA created the Master Antenna Forms for use by the landholding executives agencies when leasing federal rooftop space and land to private sector wireless telecommunication carrier antenna installations for the purpose of expanding the carriers network. The forms are based upon the same forms GSA uses to outlease space in and on its assets to private sector wireless carriers for the furtherance of its business.

GSA Master Antenna Lease [DOCX - 39.33 KB]

Lease form a landholding executive agency may use for leasing rooftop space on a non-historic federal building to a private sector wireless telecommunication carrier for an antenna installation.

GSA Master Revocable Antenna License [DOCX - 27.60 KB]

License form a landholding executive agency may use to license rooftop space on a non-historic federal building to a private sector wireless telecommunication carrier for an antenna installation, but does not wish to allow subleasing nor transfer a leasehold interest in the property

GSA Master Antenna Historic Building Lease [DOCX - 40.85 KB]

Lease form a landholding executive agency may use for leasing rooftop space on an historic federal building to a private sector wireless telecommunication carrier for an antenna installation.

GSA Master Revocable Antenna Historic License [DOCX - 25.76 KB]

License form a landholding executive agency may use to license rooftop space on an historic federal building to a private sector wireless telecommunication carrier for an antenna installation, but does not wish to allow subleasing nor transfer a leasehold interest in the property

GSA Master Antenna Ground Sited Tower Lease [DOCX - 38.18 KB]

Lease form a landholding executive agency may use for leasing developed federal land to a private sector wireless telecommunication carrier for an antenna tower installation.

Wireless Telecommunications Company Application

Wireless Telecommunications Company Application (Form GSA3729-15) [PDF - 1.26 MB]

The Wireless Telecommunications Company Application, for use by all land-holding executive agencies, streamlines the collection of business information that will be used by the Federal Government to negotiate specific antenna installation contracts and to obtain a point of contact for each applicant.

Fees Associated with Easements and Right-of-Ways

Pursuant to P.L. 112-96, applicants for the grant of a right-of-way or easement shall be charged a fee based upon direct cost recovery. Cost recovery refers to all direct costs incurred by the Federal Government, such as administrative costs, materials, labor and expenses directly related to application processing, approval, and termination, as well as all direct costs incurred by the Federal Government relating to the creation of a right-of-way or easement. Cost recovery fees are not land use fees. Applicants will also be charged an annual fee reimbursing the Federal Government for monitoring for compliance with grant terms and conditions based upon direct cost recovery. Cost recovery fees shall be re-evaluated every five (5) years to ensure the fees collected reimburse the Federal Government for all direct costs incurred in granting the easement or right-of-way and the monitoring of said grants for compliance with grant terms and conditions.

 

 

Last Reviewed 2016-01-14