Presentation on theme: "CITEL presentation to CAAP 2012 Budget discussion September 2011."— Presentation transcript:
CITEL presentation to CAAP 2012 Budget discussion September 2011
CITEL IN BRIEF Inter-governmental agency dealing with a variety of key public policy issues such as radio spectrum allocation, Internet-related public policy issues, cyber security and telecommunication/information and communication technologies (ICT) development, working in partnership with the private sector. Prime regional forum in the Americas for generating common perspectives and views among Member States in preparation for International Telecommunication Union (ITU) global conferences of a treaty-binding nature. Focus on scientific and technological development, building of national capacities, and strengthening the role of States in the promotion and regulation of the sector.
QUANTIFIABLE RESULTS FOR 2010 ITEMQUANTITY Meetings17 Meeting participants (Member States, Associate Members & Observers)1,293 Documents processed2,302 RESOLUTIONS50 RECOMMENDATIONS3 DECISIONS36 INTER-AMERICAN PROPOSALS presented to ITU WTDC-10 and PP-1047 Seminars and Workshops5 Distance education courses delivered12 Attendance-based courses delivered8 Scholarships granted by the OAS137 Associate Members as of December 31, 2010114 Accredited Regional Training Centers as of December 31, 201020 Cooperation Agreements in force as of December 31, 201020
SECRETARIAT STAFF SALARIES ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURES MEETINGS OF CITEL BODIES DOCUMENT TRANSLATION EXPENDITURES (BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER MEETINGS) INTERPRETING SERVICE EXPENDITURES MEETING LOGISTICS AND SUPPORT SERVICE EXPENDITURES TRAVEL EXPENDITURES (SECRETARIAT) REGIONAL COORDINATION AT WORLD TELECOMMUNICATION CONFERENCES MEETINGS (TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETING SERVICE EXPENDITURES) TRAVEL EXPENDITURES (SECRETARIAT) CITEL WEB PORTAL FORUMS, SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS PUBLICATIONS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO OAS MEMBER STATES CITEL OPERATIONAL EXPENSES
CITEL FUNDING SOURCES Additional funds for the activities of the Permanent Consultative Committees funded by annual quotas paid by CITELs associate members (US$3,000/year per Committee) Additional funds for development activities that are part of the CITEL working program, which shall be funded by specific donations and contributions. Additional support fund for general operations that shall be funded by means of voluntary contributions made by CITEL member States. OAS REGULAR FUND, AND SPECIFIC FUNDS:
Budget allocations 2001 - 2011Distribution of costs of CITEL 2010 (US$) Regular Fund Statutory Specific Funds Staff salaries Meeting costs Administrative costs Staff salaries Regular Fund: Administrative costs Regular Fund: Staff salaries Statutory Specific Funds CITEL BUDGET
CITEL STAFF EVOLUTION 2001 - 2011 SG ASG D02 D01 P05 P04 P03 P02 P01 Subtotal G07 G06 G05 G04 G03 G02 Subtotal Total General Services 2001-2002 2003 2004-2010 2011 orig. 2011 rev.1 1 1111 1 11 111 11 11 5 4 4 3 4 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 7 6 6 6 4 1 Posts funded by Statutory Specific Funds of CITEL Restored posts by Res. AG/doc.7 (XL-E/10) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 XX X Supressed posts 1 Posts funded by OAS Regular Fund Secretary General, Senior Executives and Professionals
ORGANIGRAM SECRETARIAT OF CITEL CLOVIS BAPTISTA Executive Secretary P5 PATRICIA LONG Principal Secretary G6 VACANT Admin. Officer P2 GRACIELA PIEDRAS Senior Telecom. Specialist P4 MARIA C FUENMAYOR IT Specialist P1 Regular FundSpecific FundsSources of Funding: JAVIER GUINAND Documents Technician G5
KEY TOPICS (2011-2014) Deployment of Technology and Services Connecting rural, isolated and underserved areas Enhancement of International Internet Connectivity Stimulus to Broadband Transition from Analog to Digital Television Broadcasting Policy and Regulatory Aspects Impact of technology evolution on the existing Legal and Regulatory Framework Efficient use of Frequency Spectrum and Satellite Orbit Resources in the Americas International Roaming issues Children Helpline Number for the Americas Inter-American Proposals (IAPs) for ITU Global Conferences: WRC-12/WTSA-12/WCIT-12 Safety in the use of ICT Cybersecurity and Vulnerability Assessment Critical Infrastructure Protection ICT and climate change Use of ICT to counteract the effects of climate change e-waste treatment Emergency Telecommunications ICT for disaster prevention, mitigation, rescue and relief
THANK YOU Clovis Baptista Executive Secretary of CITEL Phone: (202) 458-3004 email@example.com http://www.citel.oas.org
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