Lucent

( LU) was subpoenaed in an ongoing government probe of a federal program to provide schools and libraries with Internet access.

The Murray Hill, N.J., company said in a

Securities and Exchange Commission

filing Thursday afternoon that it got subpoenas in two separate matters during the quarter ended June 30. The company indicated that one was a

Justice Department

inquiry into the so-called federal E-rate program. Lucent said it must produce documents before a federal grand jury in Georgia.

The second subpoena relates to a federal investigation into certain sales to the federal government of telecommunications equipment and related maintenance services, Lucent said. The company said it "is too early for us to determine whether either of these matters will have a material effect on our business, financial position, results of operations or cash flows."

Lucent's former corporate offspring

Avaya

(AV)

got similar subpoenas in May, the

Record

of Hackensack, N.J., reported. Avaya was spun out of Lucent in 2000.

On Thursday, Lucent slipped a nickel to $2.88.