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MCIT provides high quality communication, IT, and postal services for Afghanistan. The Ministry advocates connecting the people to knowledge and resources, improving their quality of life.
The Electronic and Postal Communications Authority is the telecommunications regulator for Albania. It administers the Law on Electronic Communications.
ARPCE is an independent institution that provies general rules relating to telecommunications and electronic communications.
Andorra Telecom is the national telecom company from the Principality of Andorra. Andorra telecom is responsible for the distribution of digital terrestrial and radio broadcast services in Andorra.
INACOM regulates and supervises the communications sector, this includes electronic communications and postal services to ensure their quality of service.
The Antigua and Barbuda Telecom Division unit is the regulatory body for telecommunications within the state.
ENACOM facilitates regulation of technological advances to create stable market conditions and to ensure Argentinians have access to the services of internet, fixed and mobile telephony, radio, post, and television.
The ACMA is responsible for media and communications in Australia through the implementation of various regulations and standards.
The European Commission is responsible for proposing legislation, implementing decisions, upholding the EU treaties and managing the day-to-day business of the EU.
MINCOM is an Azerbaijani government agency in charge of regulation of the communications sector and development of information technologies in the country.
URCA is the independent regulatory authority with responsibility for the Electronic Communications Sector (ECS) and the Electricity Sector (ES) in the Bahamas.
TRA is the official independent body recognized by the Government of Bahrain responsible for regulating the telecommunications sector.
BTRC is an independent commission founded under the Bangladesh Telecommunication Act and is responsible for regulating all matters related to telecommunications.
The Telecommunications Unit under MIST was established by the Government of Barbados and oversees the telecommunications sector.
MCI facilitates the availability and use of electronic devices and services, such as the telephone, television, radio or computer, for the purpose of communication in Belarus.
BIPT is the Belgian regulator of electronic communications, the posts, the electromagnetic spectrum of radio frequencies, and sound and television broadcasting.
The PUC regulates electricity, water, and telecommunications sectors in Belize to efficiently provide the highest quality services.
ARCEP is the regulatory authority for electronic communications, telecommunications, and postal services of Benin.
BICMA is an autonomous government agency responsible for the regulation of information, communications and media sectors in Bhutan.
ATT is the communications regulator of Bolivia that facilitates continuous improvement of quality of services, fair rates, and protection of the rights of users of telecommunications, transportation, and posts.
The CRA is in charge of regulation in the communications sector and has responsibility for both the broadcasting and telecommunications areas.
BOCRA regulates the communications sector of Botswana, which comprises of telecommunications, Internet Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs), radiocommunications, broadcasting, and postal services.
ANATEL is the telecommunications regulatory agency of Brazil, focused on the efficient administration of spectrum, including the planning of frequency bands required to meet the spectrum demands, and the authorization (licensing) for the temporary use of radio frequencies.
The Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC) is a statutory body responsible for regulating the telecommunications sector of the Virgin Islands (British).
AITI is a statutory body responsible for telecommunications and radiocommunications regulation, radiofrequency spectrum planning and management, and ICT industry development.
The CRC is the national communications regulator of Bulgaria, and strives to promote the competition of the telecommunications markets in the country.
ARCEP is the independent regulatory authority with responsibility for the Electronic Communications Sector (ECS) and the Electricity Sector (ES) in the Bahamas.
ARCT is the regulatory institution of Burundi promoting the development of the digital economy, access of electronic communications services, and management of radiofrequencies.
The TRC is a public legal entity which performs its functions and duties by autonomous administration and regulation, as well as being independent from telecommunications operators and individuals relating to the telecommunications sector.
The telecommunications regulatory board of ART is ensures the implementation of the legal and regulatory texts in Telecommunications and Communications Information Technologies.
ISED works with Canadians in all areas of the economy and in all parts of the country to improve conditions for investment, enhance Canada's innovation performance, increase Canada's share of global trade and build a fair, efficient and competitive marketplace.
ARME arose from a merger between ARE and ANAC, and serves as an administrative and independent authority, performs the administrative activity of technical and economic regulation of the sectors communications, energy, water and urban and intercity passenger transport.
ART is regulatory driver of the telecommunications sector; they perform examination of applications for licenses, approvals and homologation of equipment, and regulatory controls.
ARCEP is the body responsible for regulating electronic communications and postal activities, previously known as OTRT.
SUBTEL is an agency under the Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications that aims to coordinate, promote, and develop telecommunications in Chile.
MIIT is the state agency of the People's Republic of China responsible for regulation and development of the postal service, internet, wireless, broadcasting, communications, and production of electronic and information.
The CRC focuses on the continuous improvement of processes in order to maximize social welfare and meet the needs of the IT, information, and communications sectores in an efficient and effective way.
ANRTIC is responsible for ensuring the implementation of the sectoral ICT policy and the law governing the sector throughout of the national territory.
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, ARPTC is the telecommunications regulatory body responsible for legal, technical, economic, and social regulations.
SUTEL is the independent regulatory authority with responsibility for the Electronic Communications Sector (ECS) and the Electricity Sector (ES) in the Bahamas.
ARTCI is the telecommunications regulatory authority of the Ivory Coast, responsible for all matters related to information communication technologies.
HAKOM is a legal entity with public authority of Croatia that regulates the field of wireless, telecommunications, and postal services.
MINCOM is the body in charge of proposing, directing, and controlling the State and Government policy for the country's communications system, including telecommunications, information technology, radio communications, postal services, automation for communications systems, radio spectrum management, and associated technical and support assurance.
OCECPR is an independent regulatory authority of the Republic of Cyprus in matters of electronic communications and postal services, with additional responsibilities in the areas of terminal equipment, network and information security and protection of critical information infrastructures.
The CTU was established as a central administrative body for the execution of state administration in matters including market regulation and definition of the conditions for business activities in the area of electronic communications and postal services.
The Danish Energy Agency is responsible for supporting the economical optimisation of energy, water, waste and telecommunication in Denmark.
MC-PT is the independent regulatory authority with responsibility for post, telecommunications/ICT and opening up of markets in Djibouti.
The NTRC of the Commonwealth of Dominica has been established to coordinate an effective regulatory regime to enhance the operation of telecommunications in the interest of the sustainable development of Dominica.
INDOTEL provides digital inclusion, universal access to quality telecommunications services, and manages the radio spectrum of the Dominican Republic.
ARCOTEL manages, regulates, and controls telecommunications and the radio-electric space in the country of Ecuador.
The NTRA regulates and administers the telecommunications sector, as well as ensures the provision of qualitative and efficient telecommunications services throughout Egypt.
SIGET is the regulatory body that governs the electricity and telecommunications sectors, their regulations, and protects the rights of users that carry out activities in those sectors in El Salvador.
The European Commission proposes laws and policies, monitors their implementation, and is responsible for safety, health, and environmental protection across the European Economic Area.
ORTEL is the independent technical authority for telecommunications matters and regulates telecommunications in Equatorial Guinea.
The CPTRA regulates the market in the fields of market surveillance, construction, communications and consumer protection to create a safe and fair environment in Estonia.
ESCCOM is the regulatory body responsible for regulating the communications sector constituting of telecommunication services and networks, broadcasting services, postal services and the use and allocation of radio spectrum in Eswatini.
The ECA is the regulatory authority for communication services, including both telecommunications services and postal services within Ethiopia.
The Department of Communications administers the licensing and regulation of the radio and television broadcasting industries in Fiji.
TRAFICOM's mission is to build the connections that keep people, data and goods moving smoothly, securely and sustainably in Finland.
ARCEP is the regulatory authority for electronic communications, postal and print media distribution of France.
ARCEP is responsible for public services operating in the electronic communications and postal sectors of Gabon.
PURA is the independent regulator of sectors such as broadcasting, electricity, and telecommunications (mobile, landline and ISP) and in Gambia.
BNetzA ensures compliance with the Telecommunications Act (TKG), Postal Act (PostG) and Energy Act (EnWG) and their respective ordinances in Germany.
The NCA is the statutory and regulatory body in Ghana, they have been mandated to license and to regulate electronic communications activities and services across the country of Ghana.
The GRA is the statutory body in Gibraltar responsible for regulating electronic communications. This includes telecommunications, radio communications and broadcasting transmissions.
The Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission (EETT) is an Independent Administrative Authority in Greece. It acts as the National Regulator that monitors, regulates and supervises the electronic communications market, within which fixed and mobile telephony, wireless communications and Internet access providers operate and the postal services market, within which postal and courier service providers operate.
TELE-POST is the TELE Greenland A/S, wholly owned by the Government of Greenland. TELE Greenland A/S covers a population of 56,000 scattered over thousands of kilometres, providing telecommunications, IT and postal services.
NTRC Grenada was establish under the Telecommunications Act 31 of 2000 as the agency responsible for regulating the Telecommunications sector in Grenada.
The Superintendencia of Telecommunications is an eminently technical body of the Ministry of Communications, Infrastructure and Housing.
The Autorité de Régulation des Postes et Télécommunications is the Regulatory Authority for Posts and Telecommunications in the Republic of Guinea.
The purpose of the NRA is to support the Government in coordinating, supervising and planning the information and communication technology sector, as well as in the regulation, supervision, inspection and technical representation of the information and communication technology sector under the terms of this law.
The National Telecommunications Agency is responsible for all telecommunications in Guyana.
Conseil National des Télécommunications is responsible for all telecommunications in haiti .
Our expert international project team provides the requirements and approval process for each market and liaises with the relevant local regulatory bodies to obtain the type approval or certification.
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