SECA is composed of State E-rate Coordinator members representing 46 states and 1 U.S. territory.
SECA members provide year-round training, assistance and helpdesk support to school, library and consortium applicants and assist E‑rate service providers to facilitate their success with obtaining E‑rate funding and complying with program rules. State E‑rate Coordinators also serve as an interface with USAC and verify the eligibility of schools and libraries and other data points as necessary to ensure program compliance.
Many SECA members are also responsible for procuring the contract services and filing statewide or large regional Form 471 applications for state or large regional wide area network services.
Click on the links below to learn more about SECA and E‑rate.