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Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation Agreements

Cooperation Agreement between The European Committee for Standardization (“CEN”), The European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (“CENELEC”) And The International Telecommunication Union (“ITU”)
29 March 2017: the Cooperation Agreement with the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC), the European Committee for Standardization (CEN) and ITU has the intent to cooperate within a high-level, non-exclusive framework in areas of mutual interest such as in standardization activities on IoT and smart sustainable cities, on trust, on privacy-by-design in technical standards, on cybersecurity, and on mobility and Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) communication standards.

20 October 2015: The MoU between ITU and GTARC is a high-level framework for cooperation in monitoring global activities with respect to Internet of Things technologies.
 
11 October 2015: The MoU between ITU and MEF assists in driving standards-development work to enable Carrier Ethernet and the next generation of agile, assured and orchestrated connectivity services, and to enhance related knowledge infrastructure capabilites.
 
MoU between ITU and European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)
05 May 2016: Renewal of the MoU between ITU and ETSI signed July 2012.
14 May 2012: The MoU between ITU-T, IAF and ILAC provides critical support to ITU's Conformance and Interoperability (C&I) programme. Conformance with international standards is one of the core principles underlying the global interoperability of ICT networks and devices. The C&I programme was initiated at the request of ITU’s membership in light of the challenges faced by developing countries in improving interoperability and battling counterfeit goods.
06 July 2011: The MoU between ITU, ARIB, CCSA, TTA and TTC recognizes ITU as the pre-eminent global ICT standards body and paves the way for Asian regional standards, developed in these four key regional bodies, to be recognized internationally.
12 May 2008: The MoU between ITU-T and IEEE Comsoc improves collaboration between academia and the standardization world. The document was signed during the first ITU-T Kaleidoscope conference, Innovations in NGN - Future Network and Services. The objective of the MoU is to increase cooperation, particularly in the area of publications and events (e.g. workshops, seminars, symposia, forums and academic conferences).​
24 March 2000: The MoU between ITU, IEC, ISO and UN/ECE underscores the cooperation and collaboration through which these international organizations carry out standardization work in the field of electronic business.  
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