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Ofcom publishes proposed Annual Plan for 2017/18

Ofcom Updates

Ofcom has today published its proposed 2017/18 Annual Plan for consultation, outlining its areas of work for the next financial year.

Ofcom wants to make sure that people and businesses in the UK get the best from their communications services. We aim to do this by encouraging competition; securing standards and improving quality; and protecting consumers from harm.

Ofcom's proposed plan highlights all our major work areas in the financial year 2017/18, and those with an interest in Ofcom’s work are encouraged to respond to the consultation by the closing date of 7 February 2017. 

The final Plan will be published in March 2017, and will take into account responses from stakeholders and on-going developments in the communications markets.

 

Ofcom yn cyhoeddi Cynllun Blynyddol arfaethedig ar gyfer 2017/ 18

Heddiw, cyhoeddodd Ofcom ei Gynllun Blynyddol arfaethedig ar gyfer 2017/18 i ymgynghori arno. Mae’r cynllun yn amlinellu ei feysydd gwaith ar gyfer y flwyddyn ariannol nesaf.

Mae ar Ofcom eisiau sicrhau bod pobl a busnesau yn y DU yn cael y gorau o’u gwasanaethau cyfathrebiadau. Rydyn ni’n ceisio gwneud hyn drwy hybu cystadleuaeth; sicrhau safonau a gwella ansawdd; a diogelu defnyddwyr rhag niwed.

Mae cynllun arfaethedig Ofcom yn tynnu sylw at ein holl brif feysydd gwaith yn y flwyddyn ariannol 2017/18, a gofynnir i’r rheini sydd â diddordeb yng ngwaith Ofcom ymateb i’r ymgynghoriad erbyn y dyddiad cau sef 7 Chwefror 2017. 

Bydd y Cynllun terfynol yn cael ei gyhoeddi ym mis Mawrth 2017, a bydd yn ystyried yr ymatebion gan randdeiliaid a datblygiadau parhaus yn y marchnadoedd cyfathrebiadau.


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