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Figure 1-4 The ITU organizational structure
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international standards bodies that feed information, perspectives, observations, and technical direction to the ITU, which serves as the coordination entity for the overall international standards creation process. These include the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI, formerly the Conference on European Post and Telegraph, or CEPT), Telcordia (formerly Bellcore, now part of Science Applications International Corporation [SAIC] but as of this writing, about to be sold yet again), the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), the European Computer Manufacturers Association (ECMA), and a host of others. It is worthwhile to mention a bit about the ITU as a representative standards body. Founded in 1947 as part of the United Nations, it descended from a much older body called the Union Telegraphique, founded in 1865 and chartered to develop standards for the emerging telegraph industry. Over the years since its creation, the ITU and its three principal member bodies have developed three principal goals:
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To maintain and extend international cooperation for the improvement and interconnectivity of equipment and systems through the establishment of technical standards To promote the development of the technical and natural facilities (read spectrum) for most efficient applications To harmonize the actions of national standards bodies to attain these common aims, and most especially to encourage the development of communications facilities in developing countries
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The Telecommunications Standardization Sector (TSS)
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The goals of the TSS (or ITU-T), according to the ITU, are as follows:
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To fulfill the purposes of the Union relating to telecommunication standardization by studying technical, operating, and tariff questions and adopting formal recommendations on them with a view to standardizing telecommunications on a world-wide basis. To maintain and strengthen its pre-eminence in international standardization by developing Recommendations rapidly.
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To develop Recommendations that acknowledge market- and traderelated consideration. To play a leading role in the promotion of cooperation among international and regional standardization organizations and forums and consortia concerned with telecommunications. To address critical issues that relate to changes due to competition, tariff principles, and accounting practices. To develop Recommendations for new technologies and applications such as appropriate aspects of the GII [Global Information Infrastructure] and Global Multimedia and Mobility.
The Telecommunications Standardization Bureau (TSB)
The Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB) provides secretarial support for the work of the ITU-T Sector and services for the participants in ITU-T work, diffuses information on international telecommunications worldwide, and establishes agreements with many international standards development organizations. These functions include the following:
Study group management: The management team of the study groups is composed of the chairman, vice-chairmen of the study group, chairmen of the working parties and the TSB counselor/engineer. Secretarial support and meeting organization: TSB provides secretarial services for ITU-T assemblies and study group meetings. TSB counselors and engineers coordinate the work of their study group meeting, and their assistants ensure the flow of meeting document production. Logistics services: The TSB provides services such as meeting room allocation, registration of participants, document distribution, and facilities for meeting participants. Approval of recommendations and other texts: The TSB organizes and coordinates the approval process of recommendations. Access to ITU-T documents for ITU-T members: The TSB organizes and controls the dispatch of documents in paper form to participants
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