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In this regard, the Institute has taken up the challenges peculiar to the sectors for which it is responsible, actively putting into practice, with transparency and citizen participation, the collaborative regulatory principles taken up primarily in the provisions of: – The Federal Telecommunications and Broadcasting Law (Article 51, which provides that the Institute should carry out public consultations based on the principles of transparency and citizen participation; – The Federal Economic Competition Law (Article 12, §XXII), which provides that in the process of issuing regulatory provisions, directives, manuals, guidelines and technical criteria, public consultations shall be held; – Guidelines on Public Consultations and Regulatory Impact Analyses – legislation designed to ensure transparency and encourage citizen participation in the process of elaborating or modifying the Institute’s regulations; 2 – Regulatory Impact Analyses: ex ante assessments of the possible impacts (costs and benefits) of a regulatory proposal; these accompany each consultation when the Institute considers the adoption of a new or modified regulation; – The Annual Schedule of Public Consultations: this is a planning tool ensuring regulatory transparency used to disseminate and update the Institute’s consultative processes; – The Institutional Internet Portal: this contains a section on Public Consultations, with a repository of all the consultations carried out by the Institute, both present and past, freely accessible to the public. 2 Benchmarks for regulatory excellence and market performance that can form the basis for digital infrastructure regulation As indicated above, OECD, in implementing the Regulatory Governance Cycle, maintains that various successive actions should be carried out in the elaboration of effective and efficient public policies, in order to dispose of key elements for regulatory quality (OECD, 2015): a) At the planning stage, identify strategies for government action – objectives, resources, capacities and tools justifying the need to issue, modify or suppress a regulation. b) Develop a strategy on government transparency and consultation, in order to gather the opinions of the different players involved, define policy tools and promote intragovernmental coordination. c) Review existing regulations, devise their modification or the issue of a new regulation along with an ex ante regulatory impact analysis, with the aim of simplifying or reducing administrative charges, and establish measurable regulatory objectives. d) Implement the regulation for a set period. e) Monitor the costs and benefits of the regulation applied, and periodically assess its results comparing them with the objectives initially set using ex post regulatory impact analysis. f) Lastly, assess the risks involved in continuing with or discarding the regulation and thus, successively, initiate the Regulatory Governance Cycle. (...) Accordingly, the Institute is committed to developing quality regulations efficiently and transparently with the basic objective of generating maximum benefits in Mexico’s telecommunication and broadcasting sectors. (...) In its constant pursuit of regulatory quality, the Institute recognizes the dynamic technical advance occurring in the sectors its supervises, and therefore subscribes to what is set forth in the document entitled OECD Digital Economy Outlook 2017 (OECD 2017), according to which the increasing progress made with new business models, technology and innovation make cooperation and coordination essential between public and private (multisectoral) players intending to implement regulatory policies, whose point of departure should be to ensure the widespread diffusion of the digital economy as a matter of priority.
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Score: 1030430.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...xico_Contribution-GSR-19_E.pdf
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It also contributes to the strategic objective of furnishing greater opportunities for women and men to obtain decent employment and income. 4. (...) The decentralization processes under way are opening up new opportunities for the participation of social and productive players at the level of municipalities, cities, districts and provinces. (...) Support for social dialogue 10. The objective of this programme goes hand in hand with promoting greater participation by all social players in the processes of designing, negotiating and implementing training policies and programmes.
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Score: 1029541.6 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...relm/gb/docs/gb276/pfa-5-2.htm
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International Telecommunication Union Workshop on Standards for Safe Listening Standardized measurements of headphones/earphones Lars Birger Nielsen WP1/12 Chairman SG12 WP1:Terminals and multimedia subjective assessment Geneva, 6 June 2016 1 Agenda Agenda Introduction to SG12 WP1 Measurements on headphones/earphones Summary 2 Geneva, 6 June 2016 Introduction (1 of 2) SG12 WP1 responsibilities covers Objective methods Procedures for measurements of electroacoustic parameters of terminals (handset, hands-free, headsets, headphones and earphones) Physical setups for terminal when they are being tested Ensure reproducibility and a well defined accuracy when using standardized procedures and setups Subjective methods E.g. intelligibility just to mention one 3 Geneva, 6 June 2016 Introduction (2 of 2) SG12 WP1 responsibilities covers Collaboration with other SDO (standards development organisations) e.g. ITU-T SG, ETSI STQ, IEEE, IEC Recommendations* dealing with test procedures and test setup of headset/headphones/earphones developed by experts: P.58 – HATS (Head and Torso Simulator) P.311 – Wideband Handset and Headset testing P.360 – “Acoustic shock” for handset P.380 – Electroacoustic measurements on headsets P.381 – Headset interface testing *Standards for safe listening devices : situation analysis 4 Geneva, 6 June 2016 Measurements on headphones/earphones (1 of 5) The following factors determines the sound pressure level produced in a headphone/earphone: Output voltage of the player Level of recorded music Sealing between ear and headphone/earphone Sensitivity of speaker in headphone/earphone 5 Geneva, 6 June 2016 Measurements on headphones/earphones (2 of 5) For a specific headphone/earphone the variability in sound pressure level is caused by the mounting of the headphone/earphone (sealing) This is true even in the case of using standardized procedures and setups !!! (...) “Evaluating the maximum playback sound levels from portable digital audio players” Hammershøj et al 2015 shows that the dose estimate proposed by the EN 50332-3 is based on the output voltage of the music player alone, disregarding the sensitivity of the earphones used.
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Score: 1025629.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...S2P2-Lars-B.irger-Nielsen.pptx
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For 2014 we have decided on a rebrand to focus on the future and kickstart the discussions between all players that, it is increasingly clear, are essential to moving more swiftly towards intelligent and autonomous driving. It is why we have reshaped the event to include two high-level sessions that will engage key industry players and other stakeholders with a view to tackling some of the obstacles facing rollout of these technologies. (...) UNECE is an important player in this field and a key partner for our work as we me move forward.
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Score: 1025629.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/fnc/201...g%20final%20final%20clean.docx
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Joint ITU-T/ OASIS Workshop and Demonstration of Advances in ICT Standards for Public Warning Français  |  Español   Print Version   Home : ITU-T Home : Workshops and Seminars   Joint ITU-T/ OASIS Workshop and Demonstration of Advances in ICT Standards for Public Warning   Geneva, 19-20 October 2006   Contact: tsbworkshops@itu.int Introduction ITU-T is hosted a Workshop and Demonstration of Advances in ICT Standards for Public Warning in collaboration with the OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) at the ITU headquarters in Geneva, 19-20 October 2006. Objectives The specific objectives for the Workshop and Demonstration were: To review progress concerning public warning since 2003, including the Tampere Convention To demonstrate the availability and effectiveness of interoperable technologies based on the OASIS Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) content standard which is applicable to all alerts and notifications in disasters and emergency situations To identify existing standardization gaps, including authorization and authentication of public warnings and the attendant implications for public policy To prepare an action list for filling gaps and promoting public warning standardization, and identify key players that could collaborate in such work.  
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Score: 1025423.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/worksem/ictspw/index.html
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Lack of strategies/mechanisms to protect the sports players and actors against gender-based violence in sports Different recommendations have been made and among them are: 1. (...) III. OBJECTIVES The sexual and gender-based violence guidelines document will expound on prevention, response, reporting, and referral pathways in the sports sector. (...) Set up response measures, tools, and facilities for policy and law enforcement, social protection, and health-related structures to which cases are reported or referred. IV. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES The specific objectives of the assignment include: 1.
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Score: 1024336.5 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...in%20the%20sports%20sector.pdf
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Working in teams, the participants will represent the key players, e.g., a MNO, a new entrant DFS provider, the Central Bank and the telecom regulator. (...) Each party will separately receive its own briefing with facts known only to it, such as its financial concerns, political pressures and key objectives. Participants should review the briefings in advance of the session. (...) The first part of the session will provide an introduction to the PAFI objectives, its framework, and the guiding principles.  
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Score: 1023983.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/e...osium/2017/Pages/Capacity.aspx
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Resolution nº 574, 28 outubro 2011 • Objective technical indicators • End-to-End User Terminal Indicators at EAQ • Standardization • Methodology • Uniformity • Enforcement III. RQUAL (Public Consultation 2017 – 2018) • Closer to user experience • Dissemination of measures - multi-players • By municipalities NEW MODEL - GIPAQ CERTIFICATION - HOMOLOGATION PROCEDURE - FLOW COLLECTORS ESTIMATION- SMP COLLECTORS ESTIMATION- SCM MUNICIPALITY RESULTS USER COMPE TITION SECTOR Obrigado THANK YOU vinicius.caram@anatel.gov.br mailto:vinicius.caram@anatel.gov.br
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Score: 1022138.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...cuments/Presentation_Caram.pdf
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Benefits of Sharing The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of the Kingdom of Bahrain (TRA Bahrain) considers that the encouragement of sharing in the telecommunications sector and the cooperation of market players in this regard is an important regulatory principle. (...) In order for the sharing to be successful it is important that market players know, what is available for sharing and on what terms and conditions. (...) It is important to ensure that regulatory policy does not restrict competing market players installing their own independent facilities, including international gateways.
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Score: 1021252 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...nars/gsr/GSR08/PDF/Bahrain.pdf
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Benefits of Sharing The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of the Kingdom of Bahrain (TRA Bahrain) considers that the encouragement of sharing in the telecommunications sector and the cooperation of market players in this regard is an important regulatory principle. (...) In order for the sharing to be successful it is important that market players know, what is available for sharing and on what terms and conditions. (...) It is important to ensure that regulatory policy does not restrict competing market players installing their own independent facilities, including international gateways.
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Score: 1021252 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...nars/GSR/GSR08/PDF/Bahrain.pdf
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