National Dialogue Committee (CND) organisation is described in the regulatory texts of the French Postal and Electronic Communications Code: articles L34-9-1R20-44-28-1 and R20-44-28-2.

Orders of 20 September 2018 were issued to rule on the composition of the CND and the appointment of participants. 

The representation of ministers, administrative authorities and associations is limited to two persons each. Experts or people with special qualifications can also be invited by the Committee Chairman to attend meetings.

Participation in the work and meetings of the Committee is not subject to any remuneration or compensation. 

The ANFR provides the secretariat for the National Dialogue Committee. 

The Chairman of the National Dialogue Committee convenes meetings of the Committee and sets the agenda on proposals from the ANFR. A question may be placed on the agenda of a meeting of the Dialogue Committee at the request of one of its members if they submit a request at least one month before the date of the next meeting. In urgent cases, this period may be reduced to fifteen days. 

The dialogue committee meets at least twice per year. 

The National Dialogue Committee may, by decision of the Chairman, propose that studies or experiments be conducted on subjects within the Committee's remit. It can also set up specific working groups to meet particular information needs. The working groups may be open to associate members with expertise in electromagnetic fields. They are provided with the logistical resources they need to operate effectively.

It is not the role of the CND to address the health aspects of exposure to electromagnetic fields, as this is a matter for the Anses. However, depending on requests from members, health issues may be addressed from time to time. The CND and the ANSES bodies work together. The CND deals with exposure to electromagnetic waves and measurement conditions, while the ANSES focuses on health issues. 

The ANFR publishes a summary of the dialogue committee work and meetings.