Universal service obligation fund (USOF) contributions and its expenditure
CRC

According to article 9.1.7, section 9 of Communications Law, articles 9.1.1 and 9.1.2, section 9 of Postal Law of Mongolia, Communications regulatory commission is responsible to define and submit its proposals to Government of Mongolia regarding universal service type and priority areas and contribution levels as well as its monitoring and enforcements.

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Graphic 1. Overall contribution and performance levels of USOF

Graphic 2. Level of contribution from postal sector to USOF and its performance level

Graphic 3. Comparison between contributions paid by postal service providers vs allocated funds to the postal sector from USOF

Graphic 4. Projects and programs funded by USOF

Projects and programs aimed at postal sector

Programs

2007-2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Plan

Increase postal service coverage

Increase postal service coverage

Increase postal service coverage

Increase number of delivery rounds and coverage area in postal sector

Increase number of delivery rounds and coverage area in postal sector

Increase number of delivery rounds and coverage area in postal sector

 

156 million MNT

200 million MNT

200 million MNT

400 million MNT

300 million MNT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Performance

 

 

 

Supplied 17 Russian Minivans

1.4 tn capacity x 2

 

1x 25 seater bus and special function off-road jeep from MONNIS LLC and AGI TRADE LLC

Increased the delivery rounds to soums in 12 provinces from 2 to 3 and to Bags every week.

Increased the delivery rounds to soums in 9 provinces from 2 to 3 and to Bags every week.

1 tn capacity x 1

Arkhangai

Dornogobi

12 seater “Starex” people carrier x1

Bayankhongor

Dundgobi

1x “Accent” car

1x 25 seater “UAZ” bus

Bayan-Ulgii

Orkhon

Gobi-Altai

Uvurkhangai

Zavkhan

Selenge

Dornod

Tuv

Umnugobi

Bulgan

Sukhbaatar

Gobi-Sumber

Uvs

Darkhan-Uul

Khovd

 

Khuvsgul

 

Khentii

 

To MongolPost

To MongolPost

To MongolPost

To MongolPost

To MongolPost

 

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