COMMUNICATIONS AUTHORITY OF MALDIVES
The Communications Authority of Maldives has the mandate of regulating the communications sector, creating an environment conducive for promoting competition in communications services and developing these services in accordance with the national policies. The communications sector includes telecommunications, post and Information Technology.
The Authority is run by a Regulatory Board who is responsible for the administration and enforcement of the Maldives Telecommunications Regulation 2003 and any laws and regulations that are applicable to the sector. The Regulatory Board may delegate the powers and functions of the Authority to a division, section or person working for the Authority.
The Chief Executive is empowered by the Board for implementing its decisions in accordance with the Regulation.
The Authority comprises of the following six functional Sections which are classified under two main Divisions:
CAM Organization Chart
MAIN DIVISIONS OF CAM
I - CORPORATE SERVICES
II - REGULATORY SERVICES