The Communications Regulatory Commission of Mongolia is an independent Mongolian Government regulatory agency. The Commission was established by the Communications Act of 2001, and is charged with regulating and supervising a wide range of subjects including competition issues, the provision of networks and services for fixed line and wireless telecommunications, television, radio, and satellite transmission, spectrum management, postal services and the internet to ensure that the public interest is well served. The CRC’s jurisdiction covers each region of Mongolia. The Commission consists of seven commissioners, appointed by the Prime Minister for six-year terms. The Prime Minister nominates the Chairman and 6 non-executive Board Members.
Mr. Adiyasuren Saikhanjargal has been working as Chairman and CEO of the Communications Regulatory Commission (CRC) of Mongolia since September 2016. He has over 15 years of experience in ICT sector of Mongolia.
Prior working at the CRC of Mongolia as Chairman, Mr. Adiyasuren’s experience included working as Director-general for the Cooperation department of the Road and Transport Ministry of Mongolia, an Executive Director at the Mongolia’s Information and Communication Network State-owned company, a State inspector at the Ministry of Infrastructure and State Professional Inspection Agency of Mongolia and a senior expert at the CRC of Mongolia for 6 years.
Mr. Adiyasuren holds a Master’s degree in State policy analysis from the Griffin University in Australia, Bachelor’s degree of Telecommunication Engineer from the Information Technology School of the Mongolian University of Science and Technology and a Master of Technical science.