Karima Mahmoudi has worked within the national telecommunications authority since November 2004. She currently holds the position of Central Director of the Electronic Communications Market Observatory. She has previously held the positions of Director of Competition, head of the competition department and head of service in charge of retail offers.
Miss Mahmoudi is responsible within the INTT for the observatory of the electronic communications markets and the market analysis study.
Miss Mahmoudi is also a member of several strategic studies: transition from IPV4 to IPV6, study of opportunities for the introduction of 5G in Tunisia.
Miss Mahmoudi is also Vice-Chairman of Study Group 3 within the International Telecommunication Union “Pricing and accounting principles and economic and political issues in telecommunications / international ICT”.
Miss Mahmoudi has participated as a speaker in several conferences and forums, such as: the ITU Regional Standardization Forum, TAIEX with the European Commission, Meeting of ITU statistical expert groups, Symposium on telecommunications / ICT indicators worldwide, UNESCO-IGFmeeting on ROMAX.
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