World Telecommunications Advisory Council (WTAC)
Conseil consultatif des télécommunications mondiales (CCTM)
Consejo Consultivo de Telecomunicaciones
Apr 1992, within B-XB2622 - International Telecommunication Union (ITU). No longer exists.
Consider the state of global telecommunications network and services, monitor its growth and make recommendations for promotion of harmonious worldwide development of information technology - voice, video, text, mass media, computer, man-machine, machine to machine and earth to outer-space; provide ITU with strategic advice on the telecommunication environment; propose measures and solutions so that development of telecommunications facilities, including training of skilled manpower in developing countries and underdeveloped areas, is adequately monitored and steps taken to reduce disparities between developed and developing countries and to promote sustained economic growth.
Advisory Council, currently consisting of 22 members with wide geographical representation. Study Chairman. Executive Secretary. Groups.
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