BEREC is currently reviewing its Medium-Term Strategy (MTS) and seeks input from stakeholders via the new BEREC online public consultation tool: https://www.discuto.io/en/berec by 5 April 2017, 12:00 midday CET.
The purpose of the public consultation is to increase transparency and to provide BEREC with valuable feedback from stakeholders. In accordance with the BEREC policy on public consultations, BEREC will publish a summary of all received contributions, respecting confidentiality requests.
Online consultation tool
When registering with the consultation tool https://www.discuto.io/en/berec, please indicate your name and/or the name of the organisation or company you represent. In case you do not represent an organization or a company, please indicate that this is the case. This public consultation is organised by the Discuto online tool in a way that allows participants to submit their comments to a number of questions. However, in case you send your comments by e-mail, your answers should be organised according to the requested structure (i.e. question by question) in order to facilitate processing the responses.
In case the above submission method is not possible, contributions can also be submitted to the following e-mail address: BEREC_PC_MTS_2018_2020@berec.europa.eu
Review of the Strategy
With the review of the MTS BEREC wants to make sure that its work stays relevant in relation to major developments in the digital ecosystem. The BEREC MTS has the function of guiding BEREC’s work in the medium term and serves as the blue print for BEREC´s annual work programmes.
This public consultation consists of broad and open questions concerning the review of the draft MTS for 2018-2020. In the first section of this consultation BEREC seeks open inputs on which market and technological developments could influence the new strategy, while also seeking answers to questions on more specific areas, such as the end-user experience, competitive dynamics in digital markets and the evolution of networks. In the second section BEREC is seeking answers to questions related to BEREC’s work with its current objectives and how stakeholder engagement could be improved.