- Access and Interconnection
- Broadband area
- Ducts Access
- Digital Television
- Electronic Commerce
- Emergency Communications
- Electronic communications - market analysis
- Electronic communications - regulatory framework
- ITED - ITUR
- International Roaming
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- Local Loop Unbundling
- Mobile Networks and Services
- Numbering, Names and Addressing
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- Postal area
- R&TTE Regulatory Framework
- Spectrum management
- Telephone Service at a Fixed Location and Universal Service
- URSI - Portuguese Committee
CERP - European Committee for Postal Regulation
The European Committee for Postal Regulation (CERP) is composed of representatives from the CEPT countries? postal regulatory authorities. It joins currently 45 members.
It is competent in the following issues: to consider postal regulatory affairs in a European context; to assess the influence of international regulatory policies; to establish the necessary contacts with the European Commission in what concerns postal regulatory issues; to establish and develop relationships with relevant bodies and associations concerned with postal regulation issues; to develop proposals and recommendations, where appropriate.
It is also responsible for the review of the CERP Compendium, which has not been reviewed for five years now and needs to be updated in view of the developments and changes in the member?s national legal systems that have occurred since then.
The CERP holds meetings in plenary sessions, usually, twice every year. It has four working groups that discuss and consider essentially subjects on regulation, technical normalization and economics, as well as issues under consideration within the EU and the UPU. It also works with some Contact Committees, established between the CERP and the Post Europ, the EC and the EEA (European Express Association), having also established a Management Committee, wherein participate the President, the Vice-Presidents and the responsibles of the Working Groups, which is entrusted with the management of the CERP.
A Pre-Accession Committee was also established, aiming to stimulate the process of pre-accession to the European Union for countries from Central and Eastern Europe.
- Meetings http://www.anacom.pt/render.jsp?categoryId=109959
Consultation on the draft decision on the results of the audit to PTC's universal service net costs (2007-2009) - comments until 22.05.2013
ANACOM Conference 2013 - Financing the future, 01.07.2013
World Radiocommunication Conference 2015 (WRC-15), Geneva, 2-27.11.2015
Positions, clarifications and statements issued by ANACOM between 2004 and 2013
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