Raising Awareness to Bridge the Standardization Gap
Our BSG efforts are aimed at developing countries, but the impact of bridging the standardization gap is beneficial for international standardization as a whole.
| ||Simply put, greater awareness and know-how of the standards-making process among all participating members will:|
||Foster a more intelligent dialogue among peers and help move the standardization work forward at a suitable pace|
||Enhance the overall quality of standards worldwide and their acceptance accross regions|
||Create a wealth of exchange and networking opportunities between informed decision-makers, policy-makers, partners and customers around the world|
||Extend the global reach and implementation of standards|
||Help businesses better inform product design and grow across both established and untapped markets|
Activities to bridge the standardization gap include, among others,
regional group meetings, hands-on training sessions, in-depth tutorials, guidelines, e-learning tools and webinars, fellowship programmes and
Our international standards are known as
ITU-T Recommendations, and are developed through one of our
11 Study Groups (SGs) which cover topics ranging from
Security (SG17) and
Quality of Service (SG12) to
Economic and Policy Issues (SG3).
Interested in accessing standards on particular topics?
You can search our ITU-T database of standards using an easy