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Rights of Associates

ITU-R

  1. Interested entities or organizations may join the Radiocommunication Sector as Associates, and be entitled to take part in the work of a selected single Study Group and its subordinate groups.

  2. Associates may take part in the process of preparing recommendations and comments before the adoption of Recommendations, if any.

  3. Associates shall be granted access to all Study Group documentation in their chosen Study Group and other Study Groups as required by the work programme.

  4. Associates shall not be involved in voting for, or approval of Questions and Recommendations.

  5. An Associate may serve as Rapporteur within the selected Study Group, except for liaison activities, which are to be handled separately.

ITU-T

  1. An interested entity or organization may join the ITU-T as an Associate and be entitled to take part in the work of a selected single study group.

  2. Associates are limited to the study group roles described below and excluded from all others:

    • Associates may take part in the process of preparing Recommendations within a study group, including the following roles: meeting participant, contribution submitter, Recommendation editor, and during the alternate approval process, provider of comments during the Last Call Period;

    • Associates may have access to documentation required for their work;

    • An Associate may serve as Rapporteur, responsible for directing the studies for the relevant study Question within the selected study group, except for liaison activities, which are to be handled separately.

ITU-D

  1. An interested entity or organization may join ITU-D as an Associate and be entitled to take part in the work of a selected single study group and its subordinate groups.

  2. Associates are limited to the study group roles described below and excluded from all others:

    • Associates may take part in the process of preparing Recommendations within a single study group, including the roles of participating in meetings, submitting contributions and providing comments before the adoption of a Recommendation;

    • Associates may have access to documentation required for their work;

    • An Associate may serve as a vice-rapporteur, responsible for directing the studies for the relevant study Question within the selected study group, except for liaison activities, which are to be handled separately.

 

 

 

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Updated : 2012-01-18