line with the results of WTSA-04, WTDC-06 and RA-07, and in
accordance with Resolution 123 (Rev. Antalya, 2006), an
Regional Development Forum, focused in 2008 on “bridging the
ICT standardization gap in developing countries” will take
place in Brasilia, from 19 to 20 May 2008 at the headquarters of
Anatel, the national
regulatory authority of Brazil.
The ITU Regional Development Forum is intended for
executives from national regulatory authorities,
telecommunication operators, and service providers in the
Americas region, who need to be kept abreast of the latest
development in telecommunication/ICT standardization issues and
become familiar with ITU activities, in particular those of the
Study Groups. Additionally, it will highlight ways and means to
enhance cooperation and participation in ITU standardization
work and standards implementation in the Americas region.
ITU Development Forum will
address relevant Resolutions from RA-07 (Geneva, 2007), WTDC-06 (Doha, 2006) and
WTSA-04 (Florianopolis, 2004) that aim to bridge the standardization gap between
developing and developed countries within the framework of Resolution 123 (Rev.
Participation to the Forum is open to ITU Member States, Sector Members and
Associates and to any individual from a country that is a Member of ITU who
wishes to contribute to the work. This includes individuals who are also members
of international, regional and national organizations.
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