The Strategic Agenda includes eleven strategic targets, showing the direction in which the Agency is endeavouring to move up until 2013.
In conjunction with each target, PTS reports on the activities that we will implement in 2011 to help achieve these targets.
The agenda contains a picture of the surrounding world in which we operate, describing trends that we consider will have a major impact on the market and PTS during the same period.
By 2013, PTS will have helped to enable at least 55 per cent of Swedish households and businesses to use broadband connections with a minimum transmission rate of 100 Mbps.
By 2013, PTS will have created good preconditions for increasing freedom of choice for customers in the postal market.
By 2013, PTS will have helped to improve competition in the access network markets.
By 2013, PTS will have fostered good competition in the electronic communications sector by having assigned at least a further 500 MHz of spectrum on a technology and service neutral basis.
By 2013, PTS will have helped to ensure that municipal stakeholders behave in a competition neutral way.
By 2013, PTS will have increased competition neutrality between fixed and mobile operators in Sweden and Europe.
By 2013, PTS will have increased participation in society through more consumers having a good knowledge of, confidence in, and the ability and opportunity to use electronic communications and postal services.
By 2013, PTS will have helped to reduce the number of operational disruptions within electronic communications and strength the ability of stakeholders within the sector to deal with serious operational disruptions.
By 2013, PTS will have created the preconditions for end users to use and for operators to provide telephone numbers in a way that is more flexible and competition neutral.
By 2013, PTS will have increased the preconditions for the efficient use of spectrum by having made all of the spectrum assigned in blocks technology and service neutral.
By 2013, PTS will have worked to ensure that the protection of traffic and personal data is considered to an increasing extent when developing services within the electronic communications sector.