Autorità per le Garanzie nelle Comunicazioni

AgcomThe Member State Leading partner, the Italian “Autorità per le Garanzie nelle Comunicazioni” (AGCOM), is a convergent National Regulatory Authority created in 1997 as a body in charge of regulating and monitoring each sector of the communications market (television, radio, fixed and mobile telecommunications operators, Internet and press, postal services).

The Italian Communication Regulatory Authority is an independent body, established by Law n. 249 of 31 July 1997. Independence and autonomy constitute their landmark aspects featuring both its activity and its decision-making. The Italian legislator choose to grant to a single body both regulatory and supervisory functions in the telecommunications, audio-visual as well as in the press and publishing sectors, thus making AGCOM a convergent authority.

Federal Network Agency

BNetzA logoThe Federal Network Agency for Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Post and Railway (BNetzA) is an independent higher federal authority in the scope of business of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy. It superseded the former Federal Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications and Federal Office for Posts and Telecommunications in1998. Today, about 2900 people are working in the Agency at its headquarters in Bonn, Berlin and Mainz and around 45 regional offices dispersed over the whole country.

Sabiedrisko Pakalpojumu Regulēšanas Komisija

Latvijas gerbonis logo

SPRK logoSabiedrisko Pakalpojumu Regulēšanas Komisija (SPRK), the Latvian Public Utilities Commission, is an independent multi-sectoral regulatory authority with responsibilities in areas of electronic communications, post, energy, and municipal services. It has been established in 2001 by the umbrella law On Regulators of Public Utilities. The SPRK is run by a Board of five members which are appointed by the Saeima (Parliament).

Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energ

BMWi logoThe Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy is the German government body responsible for framing telecommunication policies in Germany and transposing the EU regulatory framework for electronic communications into national law. Furthermore, its European policy department covers all areas concerning the harmonization of national with European legislation in Germany. The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy entrusts BNetzA fort the implementation of the Twinning.

Studiare Sviluppo

Studiare SviluppoStudiare Sviluppo Srl is an in-house agency of the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance
working on behalf of the latter Ministry as well as a number of other central Public Administrations including, inter alia, the Ministry of Economy and Finance, the Ministry of Economic Development, the Ministry of Environment, the Italian Customs Agency, the Italian Civil Protection Agency, the Italian Gendarmerie (Arma dei Carabinieri).

EU Twinning project at the Israeli Ministry of Communications
Jaffa St 23, Jerusalem 9199907 – Office: +972 (2) 670-2422
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