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The Corporate Plan 2016–20 sets our course for the future, identifying our purpose, values, operating environment, strategic priorities, capability and risk oversight and management.
This report outlines the operations and performance of the Department of Communications and the Arts for the financial year ending 30 June 2016.
In under twenty years communication tools and the internet have been central to changing the way we live and work. This infographic looks back at how our use of communication technology has changed since 1998.
This discussion paper considers the impacts of a rapidly changing communications environment on the existing communications accessibility framework.
Summary The Department of Communications has issued a consultation paper: 'Communications accessibility: 2016 and beyond' and seeks submissions on the future of accessible telecommunications options,...
This policy focuses on how to improve the migration process for customers and minimise disruption to their national broadband network (NBN) services. It also identifies people who may need extra support to migrate before the disconnection date. It features a statement and framework that set...
Since ACMA's inception a decade ago, the telecommunications industry has experienced major changes, driven by:rapid technological change; growing ubiquity and speed of fixed and mobile broadband networks; availability and uptake of increasingly sophisticated consumer devices; miniaturisation; and virtualisation of physical infrastructure.
The Australian government supports the repatriation of ancestral remains and secret sacred objects to their communities of origin to help promote healing and reconciliation.
The Government has announced the most significant reforms to Australia's media laws in a generation, supporting the viability of our local organisations as they face increasing global competition in a rapidly changing digital landscape.
Why are we changing the media laws?
To bring our media ownership laws into the digital era, the Government has announced the most significant reforms to Australian media regulation in a generation. As part of the changes, the Government is introducing measures that will protect and enhance the amount of local television...
The Government has announced the most significant reforms to Australian media regulation in a generation, focusing on the control and ownership of Australia’s traditional media outlets and the provision of local television content in regional Australia.