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Recognized operating agency

Recognized operating agency (ROA): Any operating agency, as defined in the ITU Convention (Geneva, 1992), which operates a public correspondence[?] or broadcasting service[?] and upon which the obligations provided for in Article 6 of the ITU Constitution are imposed by the Member in whose territory the head office of the agency is situated, or by the Member which has authorized this operating agency to establish and operate a telecommunication service on its territory. Formerly recognized private operating agency (RPOA).

Source: from Federal Standard 1037C

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