ITU Contribution to the Implementation of the WSIS Outcomes is a comprehensive report on the ITU activities in context of WSIS carried out annually by the Union. The Report provides detailedd information on the key WSIS related initiatives and activities carried out by the three sectors of the Union (Standardization, Radiocommunication and the Development Sector) and the General Secretariat. Reports provide updates on the tasks carried out by the ITU at the operational and policy level, covering all assigned mandates with reference to the WSIS Process, in particular in its capacity as:
Lead facilitator (along with UNESCO and UNDP) in coordinating the multistakeholder implementation of the
Geneva Plan of Action.
Facilitator of Action Lines C2 (Information and communication infrastructure), C4 (Capacity Building), and C5 (Building confidence and security in the use of ICTs); upon the UNDP’s request the ITU accepted to play the role of the Facilitator of Action Line C6 (Enabling environment).
Co-facilitator of Action Lines C1, C3, C7 and C11; and partner for Action Lines C8 and C9.
Rotating Chair of the United Nations Group on Information Society (UNGIS).
Steering committee member of the Partnership on Measuring ICT for Measurement.
Facilitator of the WSIS Stocktaking Process.
Initiator and facilitator of the WSIS Project Prize.
Implementation of other WSIS outcomes.
ITU's annual and five year reports on the ITU contribution to the implementation of the WSIS outcomes are available here.