Multiple bodies contribute to the good governance of the National Agency of Telecommunications (ANRT): The Board of Directors chaired by the Head of Government and the Management Committee.
A Board of Directors to guide the Agency’s actions.
ANRT’s Board of Directors is chaired by the Head of Government or the governmental authority that has been chosen to delegate this position.
The Board of Directors meet whenever required and at least twice yearly:
In accordance with Article 34 of Law n° 24-96, the Agency’s Board of Directors has all of the authority and attributions necessary to carry out the missions entrusted to ANRT. During these meetings, it determines the authority delegated to the Management Committee and the General Director of ANRT in order to prepare and implement the actions decided during meetings. It deliberates ANRT’s activities, especially:
The Board of Directors may also decide to set up any committee to whom it would delegate a share of its authority in addition to determining its composition and operation methods.
Chaired by the Head of Government or the delegated authority to undertake this function, ANRT’s Board of Directors consists of representatives from the Government as well as persons appointed on a personal basis. Government representatives of ANRT’s Board of Directors are:
Furthermore, there are five members appointed to the Board for a term of five years. These members come from both public and private sectors and are chosen for their technical, legal, and economic expertise in the field of telecommunications and information. Their membership on the Board of Directors suppose not having any personal interest in the field of telecommunications and information technologies.
The appointed members to the Board of Directors are :
In its meetings, the ANRT Management Committee will settle issues sent by the Board of Directors, especially those related to settling disputes on interconnection. The Board of Directors appoints committee members. They are :