European Telecommunications Office (ETO)
Bureau européen des télécommunications
Europäisches Büro für Telekommunikation
30 Apr 1994, on coming into force of a memorandum of understanding signed by 23 countries; commenced operations 1 Sep 1994. Created by U-XK0455 - European Committee for Telecommunications Regulatory Affairs (ECTRA), as an organ of D-XD0696 - Conférence européenne des administrations des postes et des télécommunications (CEPT). Sep 2001, merged with E-XE0218 - European Communications Office (ECO).
Provide a central point for strategic thinking and advice about the main regulatory issues in telecommunications, working in close cooperation with other regulators in Europe and drawing views from a wide range of operators, service providers, manufacturers and users; propose harmonized licensing conditions and procedures to set up a One-Stop-Shopping procedure; form a centre of expertise for numbering telecommunications networks.
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Administrative Council, meeting 3 times a year prior to ECTRA plenary session, is responsible for staff and budget issues. All other issues are responsibility of ECTRA.
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