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Organization chart of RRT


The Communications Regulatory Authority of the Republic of Lithuania (hereinafter – RRT) is an independent national institution regulating communications sector in Lithuania. It was established under the Law on Telecommunications and the provisions of the European Union Directives. 

RRT mission to ensure a variety of technologically progressive, top quality, safe and affordable information and communications technologies (ICT) and postal services/products to every citizen of Lithuania, also an effective competition in electronic communications, postal and railway sectors.


The strategic objectives of RRT:




The main fields of RRT activities:


RRT management. RRT is headed by the Director Feliksas Dobrovolskis, appointed by the Decree of the President of the Republic of Lithuania. RRT Board is a collegial RRT management body whose members are appointed by the President of the Republic of Lithuania on the nomination of the Prime Minister for a 5-year term. The Board is composed of 7 members.

RRT role in the process of decision adoption. RRT Board members are representatives of public administration and higher education institutions. The Board considers and coordinates the most important draft legal acts prepared by RRT, coordinates RRT revenue and expenditure estimate, RRT rules of procedure, hears RRT activity reports presented by the Director, considers radio communication development plans and draft strategic plans of RRT activity as well as economic sanction imposition on undertakings that fail to comply with the requirements of the Law of the Republic of Lithuania on the Electronic Communications and submits proposals to the Director.

RRT accountability. RRT is an independent state institution, operating in accordance with the Law on Electronic Communications and the Postal Law, Railway Transport Code, other laws and RRT regulations. Each year, by May 1, RRT submits to the Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania and the Government of the Republic of Lithuania and releases its annual activity and financial reports.

Organisation of RRT activity. RRT organization structure includes departments and divisions. RRT staff is composed of the Director, civil servants and employees working under the employment contracts. RRT operates under the Rules of Procedure approved by the Director.


RRT administrative competence. In 2015, RRT employed 162 civil servants and employees under employment agreements and 1 official – the Director of RRT. The average age of RRT employees is 44 years of age.  7 employees of RRT have a doctoral  (Ph.D) degree. 


Provision and publication of information

According to the procedure set out in legal acts, RRT may request undertakings to provide information that is proportionate and objectively justified for the purposes set out in the Law on Electronic Communications and only after RRT had informed undertakings about the purpose for which thisinformation would be used. 
RRT may request information from undertakings that are engaged in electronic communications activities, use electronic communications resources or have obligations as undertakings having a significant market power or which are designated to provide universal services. Information is submitted to RRT in reasonable terms set by RRT and taking into consideration the particularity level of the requested information.
RRT publishes information necessary to develop an open and competitive market. The publication rules of such information (publicity conditions), including the scope and procedure of obtaining this information, are set out by RRT following legal rules of protection of confidential information including state, service and commercial secrets or information about private life of a natural person. The Authority also publishes information related to the implementation of the Law on Electronic Communications and Postal Law.

Public consultations

Pursuing the consultation rules RRT publishes and sets a reasonable term for submitting comments to the drafts of:



When making decisions on obligation of international, EU and other regional standardization organizations’ standards as well as national standards, RRT consults with the intereseted persons. Information on consultations in process and the results of consultations are published on RRT website


Title Communications Regulatory Authority of the Republic of Lithuania
RRT address Mortos Str. 14, LT-03219 Vilnius
Telephone for general information +370 5 210 5633
Fax (8 5) 216 1564
Legal status
Stored and registered in
State budgetary institution
State Enterprise Registrų centras
Code 1214 42211
VAT payer code LT214422113
Bank account LT82 73000 100 0241 0679
LT25 73000 100 0246 0690
Bank „Swedbank”,AB
Bank code 73000
RRT opening hours: Mondays to Thursdays 8.00 - 17.00 
On Fridays  8.00 - 15.45
On Tuesdays and Thursdays requests and applications are accepted until 18.00



Updated on 2018-01-05

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