Services to ITU-T Members
The Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB) is the executive arm of ITU-T and provides services and support to participants in the work of ITU-T.
1. ITU-T working methods
ITU-T working methods and study programme are established every four years by the World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly (WTSA) and are detailed in ITU-T Resolutions and A-series Recommendations.
Please note that TSB provides electronic working methods (EWM) services to facilitate the exchange of information and documents.
2. Access to ITU-T documents
To gain electronic access to ITU-T documents such as draft Recommendations, reports and contributions, you must obtain a TIES account.
Working documents are available electronically and in paper form, upon request:
3. Participation to ITU-T meetings
ITU-T Study Group and Working Party meetings are convened by the TSB via Collective-letters. Participants can register online, or via the registration form contained in Collective-letters.
Rapporteur meetings are convened and organized by the Rapporteurs and not by the TSB. The list of these meetings is available via the relevant Study Group's webpage.
Staying in Geneva: Participants to ITU-T meetings benefit from a preferential rate at hotels and residences in the Geneva area.
4. Membership relations
TSB provides information and support on membership issues (applications, changes in status, etc.) and updates members contact and address information. Your input is vital to keep our membership database updated.
The form for updating contact and address is available online and in TSB Circular 1