Bureau de développement des télécommunications (BDT)
Telecommunication Development Bureau
Oficina de Desarrollo de las Telecomunicaciones
1989 Nice France
1989, Nice (France), by the Plenipotentiary Conference of B-XB2622 - International Telecommunication Union (ITU), having from 1959 been the department of ITU General Secretariat responsible for technical cooperation. Became operational 1 Jan 1990. Legal status: Article 21 of the Geneva Convention. Functions of U-XE2890 - Centre for Telecommunications Development (CTD), set up Jul 1985, Geneva, by Resolution No 929 of ITU Administrative Council, and which ceased to exist 31 Dec 1991, have been integrated into the structure of the Bureau.
Foster international cooperation and solidarity in delivery of technical assistance and in creation, development and improvement of telecommunication and ICT equipment and networks in developing countries.
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Functions as the executive arm of the Sector, headed by Director and assisted by 'Telecommunications Development Advisory Group (TDAG)'. Headquarters in Geneva (Switzerland); field offices (11) in Africa, the Americas, the Arab States and Asia.
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