Outcomes of SATRC Action Plan Phase VI

 SATRC Action Plan Phase VI (SAP-VI) was adopted by the 17th Meeting of SATRC (SATRC-17) held on 4 - 6 October 2016 in Dhaka, Bangladesh for the implementation period 2017 -2018. SAP-VI was successfully implemented in time frame and its' completion was reported to the 19th Meeting of SATRC (SATRC-19) held on 13 - 15 December 2018 in Islamabad, Pakistan.

SAP-VI was implemented through the two SATRC Working Groups (WG). Each WG was assigned with a number of Work Items. The WGs are:

  • WG Policy, Regulation and Services (WG PRS): To deal with the work items related to policy, regulation and ICT development in the region. It was chaired by Mr. Wangay Dorji, Head of Telecommunication, Bhutan Infocom and Media Authority (BICMA).
  • WG Spectrum (WG Spec): To deal with the work items related efficient use of Spectrum resources. It was chaired by Mr. Asit Kadayan, Adviser, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI).

The list of the experts who worked for the implementation of SATRC Action Plan Phase VI is available here.

Outcomes: 
The WGs of SATRC worked on 8 Work Items during the implementation of SAP-VI and developed SATRC Reports on the Work Items as outcomes. The outcomes were approved by the SATRC-19. The outcomes are listed below.

 

Report No.

Title of the Report

SAPVI-REP-01

SATRC Report on policy and regulatory aspects of infrastructure sharing 

SAPVI-REP-02

SATRC Report on ICT regulatory framework for M2M communications and IoT for the SATRC countries 

SAPVI-REP-03

SATRC Report on the enhancing consumer protection in digital economy

SAPVI-REP-04

SATRC Report on regulatory approaches to enhance broadband experiences
 

SAPVI-REP-05

SATRC Report on regulatory framework for mobile virtual network operators (MVNO) 

SAPVI-REP-06

SATRC Report on developing spectrum roadmap in SATRC countries for future mobile broadband
 

SAPVI-REP-07 

SATRC Report on proliferation of public WI-FI network in SATRC

SAPVI-REP-08

SATRC Report on wireless backhaul-spectrum, technology and policy considerations
 

 

 
 
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