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Nigeria Moves up in UN eGovernment Development Ranking > EGOVKB | United Nations United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government Home Contact Us        About Overview E-Government Development Index E-Participation Index Methodology e-government Data Country Data Regional Data Compare Countries City Data Reports UN E-Government Survey 2020 UN E-Government Survey 2018 UN E-Government Survey 2016 UN E-Government Survey 2014 UN E-Government Survey 2012 UN E-Government Survey 2010 UN E-Government Survey 2008 UN E-Government Survey 2005 UN E-Government Survey 2004 UN E-Government Survey 2003 Benchmarking E-Government 2001 Events Resources Assessment Tools Country URLs Publications E-Government Survey in Media Glossary FAQ Contact UN E-Government Survey in Media Find media related to the UN E-Government Survey. (...) Some of the processes automated are drug authentication, farmer's registration, registration and accreditation of seed companies, seed import and export permit, trademark registration, patent registration, acquisition of license for class type license and acquisition of individual type license, spectrum license, among others.
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Score: 835600.4 - https://publicadministration.u...-Survey-in-Media/ID/1759/Files
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Nigeria Moves up in UN eGovernment Development Ranking > EGOVKB | United Nations United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government Home Contact Us        About Overview E-Government Development Index E-Participation Index Methodology e-government Data Country Data Regional Data Compare Countries City Data Reports UN E-Government Survey 2020 UN E-Government Survey 2018 UN E-Government Survey 2016 UN E-Government Survey 2014 UN E-Government Survey 2012 UN E-Government Survey 2010 UN E-Government Survey 2008 UN E-Government Survey 2005 UN E-Government Survey 2004 UN E-Government Survey 2003 Benchmarking E-Government 2001 Events Resources Assessment Tools Country URLs Publications E-Government Survey in Media Glossary FAQ Contact UN E-Government Survey in Media Find media related to the UN E-Government Survey. (...) Some of the processes automated are drug authentication, farmer's registration, registration and accreditation of seed companies, seed import and export permit, trademark registration, patent registration, acquisition of license for class type license and acquisition of individual type license, spectrum license, among others.
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Score: 835600.4 - https://publicadministration.u...Government-Development-Ranking
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Nigeria: UN Ranks Nigeria High in E-Government Devt Index > EGOVKB | United Nations United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government Home Contact Us        About Overview E-Government Development Index E-Participation Index Methodology e-government Data Country Data Regional Data Compare Countries City Data Reports UN E-Government Survey 2020 UN E-Government Survey 2018 UN E-Government Survey 2016 UN E-Government Survey 2014 UN E-Government Survey 2012 UN E-Government Survey 2010 UN E-Government Survey 2008 UN E-Government Survey 2005 UN E-Government Survey 2004 UN E-Government Survey 2003 Benchmarking E-Government 2001 Events Resources Assessment Tools Country URLs Publications E-Government Survey in Media Glossary FAQ Contact UN E-Government Survey in Media Find media related to the UN E-Government Survey. (...) Some of the processes automated are Drug authentication, Farmer's Registration, Registration and Accreditation of Seed companies, Seed Import and Export Permit, Trademark registration, Patent registration, Acquisition of License for Class type license and Acquisition of individual type license, Spectrum License etc The Ministry is currently automating the pre-incorporation and post-incorporation processes of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) and online payment on the Government Service Portal.
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Score: 835600.4 - https://publicadministration.u...igh-in-E-Government-Devt-Index
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Public/commercial/temporary licensed operators Seventeen licenses are issued to public broadcasting operators and 169 licenses to commercial broadcasting operators totaling 186 regular licenses. (...) This Company shall: • start broadcasting on “island” principle by April 2010 for seven regions and by November 2010 for remaining five regions; • ensure population coverage of 75% by June 2011 for said seven regions and by December 2011 for remaining five regions; and • ensure at least 95 % population coverage by December 2012 for all twelve regions where the digital terrestrial broadcasting service is to be provided. Twelve regional commercial digital terrestrial TV networks Twelve regional SFN networks were to be licensed to operators within allotment zones of Burgas, Plovdiv, Sofia and Varna (three SFN networks each) by June 2008.
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Score: 835573.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...tion/Bulgaria/Bulgaria_Web.pdf
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2.2 INSPECTION ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES National, Regional and District DSW officials have roles to play in the inspection for licensing and/or closure of RHCs. (...) Pre-Inspection Inspection schedule ¡ A joint inspection schedule for the first licensing of RHCs needs to be developed and agreed to by Regional and District DSW officials. (...) For the first licence and licence renewal inspections the District Head should complete the inspection report as the recommendation for licensing or closure comes from the District to the Region and then to National. ¡ The inspection report should be completed within two weeks of the inspection and submitted to the Region, and then to National.
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Score: 835454.9 - https://www.unicef.org/ghana/m...l%20Homes%20for%20Children.pdf
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However in Bulgaria the coexistance of both analogue and digital terrestrial TV broadcasting poses particular difficulties to the process of transition to DTTV Broadcasting: • In view of use of said TV channels by the Ministry of Defence and in line with Paragraph 10 of Section 209 of the Law for Electronic Communications, stipulating for licensing of another DTTVB network for national coverage, it is considered that licensing of DTTVB networks with regional coverage shall be on hold for the time being. • The dedication of Band 790-862 MHz for DD (Decision 2010/267/EC) implies that part of the DTTVB networks for national and regional coverage will not be deployed. International Telecommunication Union have been transformed into digital carriage format ITU Regional Seminar on Transition to DTTV Broadcasting and Digital Dividend in Europe Actions taken Three licenses have been granted to DTTVB operators for six DTTVB networks for national coverage, namely: a) For the First phase of Plan 2008: • Two commercial DTTVB networks; and • One public service DTTVB network. b) For the Second Phase of the Plan 2008: • Three commercial DTTVB networks. (...) International Telecommunication Union have been transformed into digital carriage format ITU Regional Seminar on Transition to DTTV Broadcasting and Digital Dividend in Europe Law requirements continued It was up to DTTV broadcasting network license applicants to propose transmission parameters to the regulatory authority CRC.
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Score: 835122.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...tion%20for%20Session%20One.pdf
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Competition: Phases of Policy reforms First phase of reform Second phase of reform Third phase of reform Converged framework Manufacturing Sector; Value Added Services NTP 1994NTP 1994 Duopoly / Oligopoly in Services sector; Bidding for Licenses; Independent regulator NTP 1999NTP 1999 Open competition; Revenue sharing Separation of operator and policy maker; Privatisation of incumbent CPP Lowering ADC Unified Licensing Regime • Unified Access Licensing Regime already implemented Converged Ministry of ICT; Communication Communication Convergence Bill Convergence Bill 20002000;; The Indian Story Managing Competition Ease of entry at any point of time reduces the dominance level. (...) /m in ) 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 C el lu la r s ub sc rib er b as e (m ill io ns ) Fixed Tariff Cellular Tariff WLL(M) Tariff Subscriber Base Cellular subscribers and effective tariff per minute NTP-99 3rd & 4th cellular operator WLL introduced CPP introduced Lowering of ADC from 30% to 10% of sector revenue Telecom Tariff Order What was achieved Impact of measures taken on Government Revenue License fee + Service tax Rs.in billions 125 2431179332194193 98504878272006-078 58292846262005-067 34171727252004-056 24111317252003-045 10369252002-034 9368272001-023 7256232000-012 3123161999-001 License Fee + Service Tax Service tax (Estimated) * License fee as per 2003 Regime License fee as per 2001 Regime License fee under new regime (post NTP 99) License fee under old regimeYear •Rate of service tax taken as 5% upto 13.5.03 & 8% thereafter •*Estimated Service Tax(based on estimated Gross Revenue) ADDRESSABLE CELLULAR MARKET SIZE AND REACH BY 2006 TRAI 120 Million COAI 180 Million One Service Provider 148 Million Today > 200 Million We can achieve the dream – As seen in 2004 ~350,000 out of 607,000 villages ~4900 out of 5200 By area Negligible ~1700 out of 5200 By area ~450 Million ~300 Million Population Coverage Negligible ~200 Million Population Coverage Rural areas Proposed Network Coverage by 2006 ; operators plan (Population Coverage 75%) Rural areas Towns Towns Present Coverage of Mobile Networks (Population Coverage 20%) We have to facilitate / encourage implementation of operator’s plans. (...) We can achieve the dream (Cont’d) Region Country Pop. Covered by mobile signal % of urban pop. in country Africa Cape Verde 90% 53% South Africa 93% 53% Togo 90% 38% Zambia 50.5% 44% Americas El Salvador 85% 45.6% Eucador 86% 63.6% Gautemala 68% 40% Mexico 89.9% 74.7% Arab States Jordan 99.5% 78.7% Morrocco 95% 55.9% Asia-Pacific Korea-Rep. 99% 84% Malaysia 95% 62% Philippines 70% 58.6% Europe Azerbaijan 94% 50.8% Belarus 72% 70.7% Czech Republic 99% 71% Slovak Rep. 98% 56.1% Source:- ITU World Telecommunication Indicators Database Mobile coverage beyond the urban population in selected countries, by region, 2002.
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Score: 835105 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...iopia/pdf/Session_3_Baijal.pdf
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ATDI South Pacific - ABU Symposium 2015 Spectrum management Pacific Regional Seminar on Spectrum Management By: Yahya Khaled ATDI South Pacific (Sydney) Date: 10/07/2015 @ ITU 2015 (Nada-Fiji) ATDI South Pacific Pty Ltd #12a/33 Waterloo Road, Macquarie Park NSW 2113 Australia Tel +61 (0)2 9213 2200 Tel/Fax +61 (0)2 9213 2299 The need for spectrum management solution • Interference between unmanaged existing and new services • Slow re-allocation of existing licenses • Uncertainty and hence risk of adoption • Slow adoption of new wireless technologies “The less you have control over the current landscape of the spectrum use the harder it is to introduce new services” Spectrum management breakdown RegulatorRegulator BillingBilling RenewalRenewal New applicantsNew applicants Licensing (Mobile/Fixed/Satellite) Licensing (Mobile/Fixed/Satellite) Technical assessmentTechnical assessment License authorizationLicense authorization Policy makingPolicy making Type approvalType approval International coordination International coordination National Spectrum database National Spectrum database • Sound stations • TV stations • Earth stations • P2P/P-MP • Land mobile • Licenses • Type approvals • Coordination Database solution +Spectrum resources -bands & channels -Allotments +Spectrum management -Customer accounts & billing -Sites and certifications - Coordination and approvals +National site resources -VHF/UHF -LF/MF - HF Records management Engineering Analysis Topographic maps Digital terrain model Base stations parameters Service coverage Interference analysis Automatic spectrum management system Manage all spectrum assets: sites/stations/customer/complains records Computer program to interface with database and automate spectrum work flow Computer program to conduct all spectrum engineering matters including policy studies Web-based interface for records publication Use-case Managing analogue to digital migration How ASMS can be useful in ATV to DTV migration? Reporting Receipts Spectrum use Technical parameters Nation-wide coverage ITU notification and regional coordination Generating forms and importing incoming coordination Interference analysis & frequency planning Interference mitigation Population count Service quality Managing planned Digital network Technical parameters Nation-wide service coverage Dates Spectrum utilization Billing Managing existing Analogue network Technical parameters Service coverage Sites Customers License details Questions and Clarifications: Yahya Khaled ykhaled@atdi.com Tel +61 (0)2 9213 2204 Jin Hwang jhwang@atdi.com Tel +61 (0)2 9213 2200 Spectrum management Co-existence analysis (few KHz to 100 GHz) Network planning Spectrum Management & optimisation Thank you ☺
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Score: 834829.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...-%20ITU%20FIJI-NADA%202015.pdf
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-The cost of building each of the three UMTS networks is estimated at about E1.4bn between 2002 and 2008. - Planned date of UMTS introduction in Poland 2005 - PTC, Polkomtel and Centertel are defined as 'significant operators' ( operator havding over a 25 per cent market share) IMT 2000 Slide 30 State of the art State of the art in IMT 2000 in the Central Europein IMT 2000 in the Central Europe Part III: Licensing 16 IMT 2000 Slide 31 IMT 2000 IMT 2000 –– licensing policieslicensing policies • LICENSING CONDITIONS HAVE VARIED ACROSS COUNTRIES • NUMBER OF LICENSES AWARDED HAVE VARIED • SELECTION PROCEDURES HAVE VARIED: auctions, tenders, “hybrid procedures” • PRICE PAID FOR LICENSES HAVE VARIED GREATLY • INFRASTRUCTURE & SERVICE ROLL OUT CONDITIONS HAVE VARIED • NATIONAL ROAMING CONDITIONS HAVE VARIED IMT 2000 Slide 32 IMT 2000 IMT 2000 –– licensing policies (cont.)licensing policies (cont.) (...) Beauty contests – its about timing – Impact of high license payments on the price of services • How many licenses should be awarded? (...) • Auction in big countries: - 95% global players, 5% regional players • Auction in small countries: - 65% global, 20% regional, 15% local • Beauty contest in big country: - 55% global, 10% regional, 35% local • Beauty contest in small country: - 30% global, 35% regional, 45% local IMT 2000 Slide 40 17 Dec 2001 W-CDMAE121mT-mobile 17 Dec 2001 W-CDMAE112mEurotel AwardedStandardPrice (Euro)Company T-Mobil and Eurotelwere the only bidders at the auction.
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Score: 834280.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...tions/Day%201/1.2.4_Konvit.pdf
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Regulatory Resources on 3G Mobile: Licensing Français  |  Español   Print Version   Home : Office of the Secretary-General : CSD : New Initiatives Prog. : 3G Licensing Policy for 3G One of the major issues for the introduction of third generation services is the choice of the licensing method, e.g.  (...) Finland, on the other hand, awarded four licenses at no cost to the operators on the basis of comparative bidding. (...) Licensing & Deployment Updates ITU IMT-2000 License Allocation Table, xls   ( Last Update:  12 September 2001 ) UMTS Forum: Licensing Overview CDG (CDMA Development Group) - CDMA 2000 Deployment Database 3G licenses - list from cellular-news.com European 3G Auction Guide from the Financial Times   Hot Links      Mckinsey for the European Commission, Comparative assessment of the licensing regimes for 3G mobile communications in the European Union and their impact on the mobile communication sector [ Annex : ], June 2002 Communication from the Commission to the Council, the European Parliament, the Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions - Towards the Full Roll-Out of Third Generation Mobile Communications , March 2002 Communication from the European Commission, The Introduction of 3G Mobile Communications in the EU:  State of Play and the Way Forward , 20 March 2001 European Commission, Comparative assessment of the licensing regimes for 3G mobile communications in the European Union and their impact on the mobile communication sector , Annex , June 2002 Talk by the International Telecommunications User Group (INTUG), Licensing 3G in Europe: The User's View , Dec 2000 INTUG, Europe Position Paper on 3G Mobile , March 2001 Licensing Framework for 3G Mobile Services , OFTA (Hong Kong), March 2000 Other Papers Endogenous Sunk Costs in the Market for Mobile Telecommunications: The Role of Licence Fees , Harald Gruber, European Investment Bank, June 2002   Wireless Internet access: 3G vs.
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Score: 832792.4 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni...es/licensing_policy/index.html
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