The Information Communication Technologies Agency (ICTA) – housed under the Ministry of Digital Development and Transport (MITN) – has embarked on the execution of the project titled “Enhancing Knowledge and Skills of Regulatory Body Personnel.” This endeavor is being pursued in collaboration with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).
The disclosure of this undertaking reached “Bond” through ICTA’s channels.
As per the available information, the initial virtual assembly between the involved parties transpired. Noteworthy attendees included Nail Mardanov, presiding over ICTA’s Board of Directors; Ravil Iskenderov, a distinguished specialist in international collaboration; Oktay Maharramov, at the helm of the legal and documentation sector; and Nail Ismayilov, heading the service market oversight unit.
N. Mardanov, during this gathering, apprised the participants about ICTA’s ongoing undertakings and achievements. Moreover, he highlighted that the forthcoming project slated for the following year is poised to amplify the institution’s functional efficacy.
This upcoming project, bolstered by EBRD’s support, will unfold across various phases. These encompass augmenting the regulatory body’s operations, conducting an incisive market analysis, devising a framework for gauging market competitiveness, conceiving strategies applicable to dominant market players, and orchestrating training to enrich the competencies of ICTA staff.
The execution of this initiative will be bolstered by EBRD’s financial backing.
The ratification of ICTA’s Charter materialized through a presidential decree dated October 21, 2022. Under its purview, the agency oversees and regulates the domains of information communication technologies (ICT) and communications (embracing telecommunications and postal services). Additionally, it assumes the mantle of managing the nation’s radio spectrum.