11 January 2021
ITU TSAG 7th Meeting Holds


The seventh meeting of the Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group (TSAG) is organized by the International Telecommunication Union Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T), on January 11 18, as a virtual meeting.

The aim of TSAG is to make the ITU-T the most attractive place to come to do standards work. TSAG work is to act as an advisory body to the study groups, membership and staff of ITU-T, keeping in mind the needs of all members, from developed and developing countries, and from industry and governments.

The Group is responsible for the working procedures defined in the A-series Recommendations and the organization of the ITU-T work program. TSAG performs an extremely important function within ITU-T in following up on the implementation of the work program and advising the Director of ITU-T secretariat (the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau - TSB).
 
TSAG is called on to resolve coordination issues among the study groups, to expand electronic working methods for the ITU-T and to provide advice and procedures on relationships with other standards bodies. Additionally, this group that meets every nine months is responsible for reviewing the operational and financial plans of the ITU-T and it acts as the preparatory group for the quadrennial World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly.

The ITU was established in 1865. It is a specialized agency of the United Nations (UN), responsible for all matters related to ICTs, and is one of the oldest international organizations in operation.

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