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ProjTitle.icon Article 4: Communications, Space and Technology Commission

The Commission shall manage, monitor, and license Radio Spectrum uses in the Kingdom, and it has the broadest authorities to undertake this mandate, including the following:  
1. Managing the Radio Spectrum in accordance with the provisions of the Law so that it achieves its goals.
2. Ratifying the Technical Regulations issued in accordance with the provisions of this Law and the Implementing Regulation. 
3. Managing all aspects and resources relating to the Radio Spectrum in accordance with the provisions of this Law, the Implementing Regulation, and the Technical Regulations. 
4. Submitting to the Board of Directors proposals that require its approval, including Technical Regulations on licensing fees for the use of Radio Spectrum, preparing strategies and other strategic decisions relating to Radio Spectrum.
5. Subject to the approval of the Board of Directors, the allocation of frequency bands to Radiocommunication Services and Frequency Reallocation.
6. Coordinating with relevant stakeholders on all matters relating to the Radio Spectrum.
7. Maintaining the National Frequency Register, updating its data, and taking appropriate measures to maintain its confidentiality.
8. Specifying the levels of exposure to the electromagnetic fields of the non-ionising Radio Spectrum, setting down the rules and criteria necessary for ensuring conformity and compliance, and the measurement procedures, in addition to taking whatever necessary measures as specified by the relevant Technical Regulations.
9. Monitoring the use of Radio Spectrum in the Kingdom, including the fulfilment of License conditions, and enforcing compliance with those conditions and with the provisions of the Law, Implementing Regulation and Technical Regulations in general by all Users.
10. Resolving incidents of Harmful Interference between Users in accordance with the relevant Technical Regulations.
11. International coordination of Radio Spectrum allocation and orbital slots in accordance with the provisions of the International Radio Regulations and resolving any arising cross-border interference cases. 
12. Representing the Kingdom before regional and international organizations in respect of Radio Spectrum matters and delegating such representation authority to other relevant entities.
13. Promoting innovation, research and development, and carrying out research related to Radio Spectrum, or arranging for others entities to carry out such research.
14. Taking the necessary measures to achieve technical and economic efficiency in the use of Radio Spectrum, including by implementing different methods such as, but not limited to, the publication of reports and setting utilization standards by recommending appropriate Technical Regulations.
15. Acting in compliance with the Kingdom's international obligations regarding Radio Spectrum, and taking all necessary measures to implement those obligations, taking into account  the obligations arising from any bi- or multilateral agreements or arrangements.
16. Approving the requirements of using Radio Spectrum in Wireless Devices. 
17. Developing plans related to the future use of Radio Spectrum in coordination with the relevant stakeholders.
18. Doing anything incidental to or conducive to the fulfilment of any responsibilities delegated to the Commission in accordance with the laws. 

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