Dyma restr o bolisïau a chanllawiau Ofcom. Mae'r cynnwys isod ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig ac eithrio'r cynnwys am ein dull gweithredu ynghylch y Coronafeirws a pholisi iaith Gymraeg Ofcom.
Dyma gyfnod nas gwelwyd erioed o'r blaen yn y DU ac mae cadw cyfathrebiadau yn weithredol yn bwysicach nag erioed. Dros y misoedd nesaf, bydd sectorau Ofcom yn chwarae rhan hanfodol yn cefnogi teuluoedd, busnesau ac unigolion wrth i ni oll addasu'r ffordd rydyn ni'n byw, gweithio a chyfathrebu yn sgil y coronafeirws.
Mae Ofcom hefyd wedi cyhoeddi datganiad ynghylch penderfyniad y Post Brenhinol i ddileu dosbarthu llythyron dydd Sadwrn dros dro o ganlyniad i'r pandemig.
Our enforcement guidelines explain how we investigate compliance with and approach enforcement of regulatory requirements relating to electronic communications networks and services, postal services, consumer protection legislation, competition law and certain competition-related conditions in broadcast licences.
"The option of not intervening...should always be seriously considered. Sometimes the fact that a market is working imperfectly is used to justify taking action. But no market ever works perfectly, while the effects of...regulation and its unintended consequences, may be worse then the effects of the imperfect market" - Better Regulation Task Force (September 2003)
Under the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 (‘the SBEE Act’), we have a statutory obligation to produce an assessment of the economic impact on business of every qualifying regulatory provision we make during the relevant period. A qualifying regulatory provision is one that does not fall under any of the exclusions prescribed in the SBEE Act.
See more about Ofcom's Business Impact Target.
Find out more about corporate responsibility at Ofcom.
Ofcom is committed to providing a fair, transparent, impartial and accessible service for all of its stakeholders. However, we have to ensure that we provide a safe working environment for our colleagues and that we are able to work efficiently and effectively.
On occasions, individuals (whether members of the public, or individuals representing an organisation, such as a regulated company or supplier) may make unreasonable demands or demonstrate unreasonable behaviour. Our unacceptable behaviour policy (PDF, 133.0 KB) explains how we may manage contact with that stakeholder.
Ofcom has launched the Information Registry to strengthen the way we collect and manage information from organisations we work with.
In line with section 3.8 of Ofcom's Statement of Charging Principles we publish the following list of Networks & Services providers who pay administrative fees. Listed below are all providers who are liable to pay these fees, as set out in the notice of designation. The fees payable remain confidential to the companies concerned and are based on self-certified relevant turnover submissions for the appropriate calendar year as defined in our Statement of Charging Principles.
Section 75 of the Northern Ireland Act 1998 (the Act) requires public authorities, in carrying out their functions relating to Northern Ireland, to have due regard to the need to promote equality of opportunity and regard to the desirability of promoting good relations across a range of categories outlined in the Act.
Mae Ofcom yn wirioneddol o ddifrif ynglŷn â chyflawni ein dyletswyddau mewn perthynas â’r iaith Gymraeg. Rydym yn falch o’n hymrwymiad a’r ffordd rydym yn integreiddio’r Gymraeg yn ein gwaith o ddydd i ddydd – gan roi cyfle i ddefnyddwyr gyfathrebu ag Ofcom yn eu dewis iaith, boed hynny drwy gyfrwng y Gymraeg neu’r Saesneg. Mae hysbysiad cydymffurfio terfynol Ofcom gan Gomisiynydd y Gymraeg wedi cael awdurdod, cefnogaeth a chymeradwyaeth lawn Ofcom.
Bydd y ddogfen hon yn datgan sut rydyn ni’n bwriadu cydymffurfio â’r safonau cyflenwi gwasanaethau, safonau llunio polisïau a’r safonau gweithredol a roddwyd i Ofcom gan Gomisiynydd y Gymraeg.
Ofcom will generally not pre-disclose its documents to stakeholders ahead of publication. For further information contact the Ofcom analyst relations manager.
"(a) the provision of electronic communications networks and services and the use of the electro-magnetic spectrum; (b) broadcasting and the provision of television and radio services; (c) media ownership and control; and (d) competition in communications markets."
Find out more about records and information management policy at Ofcom.
This document sets out the principles under which Ofcom may retain certain amounts which have been paid to it under the Wireless Telegraphy Act 2006. It also sets out why, in Ofcom’s view, the provision made for retaining these amounts is likely to secure that such amounts are objectively justifiable and proportionate to the likely costs which it is practicable for Ofcom to estimate.
Ofcom’s eSourcing Portal is hosted by BravoSolution. Your organisation will require prior registration (only once).