The National Telecommunications Agency (ANATEL) announced its Regulatory Agenda for the 2021-2022 period, covering 27 initiatives across five strategic themes. The Regulatory Agenda will guide ANATEL’s regulatory process for the next two years.

Internal Resolution n. 1/2020 from the National Telecommunications Agency (ANATEL) approved the agency’s Regulatory Agenda for the 2021-2022 period, comprised of 27 initiatives, with 22 continuations of the previous 2019-2020 Regulatory Agenda and five new initiatives. The initiatives are also classified in five strategic themes and within three levels of prioritization (urgent, priority and ordinary):

  • Telecommunications Service Provision: six initiatives – two urgent and four priority initiatives;
  • Regulatory Supervision: two initiatives – one priority and one ordinary initiatives;
  • Provision Economic Management: five initiatives – three priority and two ordinary initiatives;
  • Provision Resources: nine initiatives – three priority and six ordinary initiatives;
  • Internal Management: five initiatives – two priority and three ordinary initiatives.

Details from the initiatives, including their regulatory process status, their level of prioritization and their planned semester schedule are disclosed in the resolution’s annex, also available in this ANATEL presentation (in Portuguese).

The 2021-2022 Regulatory Agenda is the result of the Public Consultation n. 56/2020, launched on July 2020, whose results are available here (in Portuguese).