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Request for Authorization of a national third-party Testing Laboratory accredited by an Accreditation Body different from the Federal Telecommunications Institute
Folio: UCS-04-061

Guideline Tenth, of the Lineamientos para la acreditación, autorización, designación y reconocimiento de laboratorios de prueba, published in the Federal Official Gazette on March 7, 2016.

Who?

National third-party Testing Laboratories accredited by an Accreditation Body different from the Federal Telecommunications Institute.


When or in what cases?

When national third party Testing Laboratories are interested in performing tests or determining one or more characteristics of a telecommunications or broadcasting product or infrastructure, subject to the Conformity Evaluation in accordance to ISO/IEC 17025 Standard. “General requisites for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories” and relating to a foreign Standard, Technical Rule or Regulation.

Preferably submitting it through the del Sistema de Organismos de Evaluación de la Conformidad ("SOEC"), at the following link https://laboratorios.ift.org.mx/laboratorios/web/index.php or by written draft in freestyle format, submitted in the Filing Office of the Federal Telecommunications Institute. 


Legal basis:

 Guideline Tenth, fraction I, of the Acuerdo mediante el cual el pleno del Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones expide los Lineamientos para la acreditación, autorización, designación y reconocimiento de laboratorios de prueba.

 

 

The Federal Telecommunications Institute will issue the Authorization of a national third party Testing Laboratory accredited by an Accreditation Body.

The Authorization of the Testing Laboratory will be valid for 2 years from the date of such Authorization and may be extended for up to an equal term.


Legal basis:

Guidelines Tenth and Eleventh of the Lineamientos para la acreditación, autorización, designación y reconocimiento de laboratorios de prueba.

Business or natural days, months:

10 calendar days from the date of delivery of the corresponding request.


Is constructive assent or denial applicable?:

Negative response


Legal basis:

Guideline Tenth, section IV, of the Lineamientos para la acreditación, autorización, designación y reconocimiento de laboratorios de prueba.

Article 17 of the Ley Federal de Procedimiento Administrativo.

Testing Laboratory Authorization Format.

Addendum 4, of the Lineamientos para la acreditación, autorización, designación y reconocimiento de laboratorios de prueba, published in the Federal Official Gazette on March 7, 2016.


Format(s):

  Testing Laboratory Authorization Format (.doc)

Data:

1. Testing Laboratory’s data.

1.1 Name or corporate name of the Testing Laboratory.

1.2 Federal Taxpayers Code (RFC).

1.3 Address or location.

1.4 Telephone number(s) and Fax.

1.5. Electronic mail.

1.6. Website.

2. Legal representative’s data.

2.1 Full name.

2.2 Federal Taxpayers Code (RFC).

2.3 Unique Population Registry Code ( CURP).

2.4 Address.

2.5 Telephone number(s) and Fax.

2.6. Electronic mail.

3. Test for which authorization is requested.

3.1 Indicate the full title of the foreign Standard, Technical Rule or Regulation on the subject of telecommunications and broadcasting, and its edition year.

3.2 The corresponding test or method (indicate the section or paragraph when necessary).


Legal basis:

Addendum 4, sections I, II and III, of the Lineamientos para la acreditación, autorización, designación y reconocimiento de laboratorios de prueba.

Documents:

1. Request for authorization duly fillied out and signed by the legal representative of the Testing Laboratory.

2. Certified copy of the Articles of Incorporation issued by a public attestor evidencing that the requesting Testing Laboratory is a legal entity duly incorporated and with address in the Mexican United States, in accordance with applicable Law, as well as of the Bylaws evidencing that the Testing Laboratory is a legal entity whose corporate purpose is to perform laboratory tests to Evaluate Conformity.

3. Formalized copy issued by a notary public of the capacity granted to the legal representative whose address shall be located in the Mexican United States.

4. Official identification of the Testing Laboratory’s legal representative in charge of the procedure.

5. Copy of the document by which an Accreditation Body authorized by the Federal Telecommunications Institute grants Accreditation to the Testing Laboratory due to its compliance with the ISO/IEC 17025 Standard, indicating its scope, same that shall match the one requested by the Testing Laboratory for Authorization.

6. Verification List used for the Accreditation, in terms of the ISO/IEC.17025 standard. 

7. Verification List related to the testing methods of the Standard, Technical Rule or foreign Technical Regulations integrated by the Accreditation Body at the time of Accreditation.

8. List of non-conformities and the solutions implemented by the Testing Laboratory to correct them.

9. Re-evaluation and verification plan for the Testing Laboratory referred in clause 7.11.3 of the ISO/IEC.17011 standard.


Legal basis:

Guideline Tenth, section I, subsections 1 and 2, and Addendum 4, section IV, of the Lineamientos para la acreditación, autorización, designación y reconocimiento de laboratorios de prueba.

Business or natural days, months:

4 calendar days from the date of delivery of the corresponding Authorization request.


Legal basis:

Guideline Tenth, section II, of the Lineamientos para la acreditación, autorización, designación y reconocimiento de laboratorios de prueba.

Article 17-A, second paragraph, of the Ley Federal de Procedimiento Administrativo.

Not applicable.


Legal basis:

Not applicable.

Amount

Free of charge.


Legal basis:

Not applicable.

The Federal Telecommunications Institute will verify and evaluate all documents referred in the “Documents to be delivered to perform the procedure” section.

 

Particularly, the Federal Telecommunications Institute will verify the documents granting accreditation by an Accreditation Body approved by the Federal Telecommunications Institute and their support.  In case such Accreditation documents include full and correct information about the Accreditation, the Federal Telecommunications Institute will issue the corresponding Authorization. 


Legal basis:

Guideline Tenth, sections III and IV, of the Lineamientos para la acreditación, autorización, designación y reconocimiento de laboratorios de prueba.

1. Through the Sistema de Organismos de Evaluación de la Conformidad ("SOEC"), or

2. Personally, at the facilities of the Federal Telecomunications Institute, located in Insurgentes Sur 1143, Ground Floor, Colonia Noche Buena, Delegación Benito Juárez, Código Postal 03720, Ciudad de México.

From Monday to Tuesday, from 9:00 to 18:30 hours, and Friday, from: 9:00 to 15:00.

General Director of Authorizations and Services

Gerardo López Moctezuma

autorizacionlp@ift.org.mx

Address: Av. Insurgentes Sur 838, Sixth Floor, Col. Del Valle, Delegación Benito Juárez, zip code 03100, Mexico City, Mexico. Phone: (55) 50 15 40 00 Ext. 4077

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In order to inform facts that may imply a presumption of responsibility for acts or omissions of the Institute´s public servants in the performance of their employment, position or commission, within the framework of the Ley General de Responsabilidades Administrativas, you can submit your complaint to the Internal Control Body of the Federal Telecommunications Institute, through the Deputy General Directorate of Complaints and Investigations in one of the following ways:

 

• By e-mail,

• By written document presented in the Filling Office of the Internal Control Body of the Federal Telecommunications Institute,

• Personally at the offices located at the following address:

 

Insurgentes Sur Avenue # 838, First Floor, Colonia del Valle, Zip Code 03100, Delegación Benito Juárez, in Mexico City, Mexico.

From Monday to Thursday from 9:00 to 18:30 hours and Friday from 9:00 to 15:00 hours.

 

• By the following email address: denuncias.oic@ift.org.mx

• By telephone, at the number: (55) 50152082, or

• Throught web site of the Federal Telecommunications Institute at the Formulario de presentación de denuncias contra las servidoras y los servidores públicos.

In case that the request of the interested Testing Laboratory does not comply with the requisites or is not accompanied by the indicated information, the federal Telecommunications Institute will warn the interested Testing Laboratory.

Such warning will be delivered by the electronic means established by the Federal Telecommunications Institute, provided that the requester has expressly accepted electronic notices.

The interested party may correct the omissions within a term not exceeding 25 calendar days from the delivery of such warning. Upon conclusion of said term without any response, the request will be deemed as not filed.

Important:

- All data included in this Website is intended for information only and shall not be considered as binding for the Federal Telecommunications Institute.

 

- All information submitted to the Federal Telecommunications Institute shall be in Spanish language.

Not applicable.

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