Consultations and submissions
- Registration period on the do not call register discussion paper
The Department is seeking views on the registration period on the Do Not Call Register. Submissions to the discussion paper close on 31 January 2014.
Further details about the public consultation process or how to make a submission are available on the (Do Not Call Register discussion paper page).
- Public consultation on the Regulatory Issues Framing Paper
The NBN Panel of Experts has released an NBN Regulatory Issues Framing Paper to sound out industry on the structure and regulatory environment for Australia's future broadband market. Submissions close at 12pm (AEDT) on 14 March 2014.
Further details about the process, including how to make a submission are available on the Cost-Benefit Analysis and Review of Regulation page.
- Draft bill for coordinated action on trans-Tasman Mobile Roaming
The Government has released a draft bill for public consultation that would allow Australia to take coordinated action with New Zealand on the pricing of trans-Tasman Mobile Roaming services.
The Telecommunications Legislation Amendment (International Mobile Roaming) Bill 2014 (the IMR Bill) would, if enacted, enable the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (the ACCC) to impose measures such as wholesale and retail price caps, if necessary after holding a public inquiry.
Interested parties are invited to comment on the exposure draft of the IMR Bill and the options-stage regulation impact statement by 5.00pm AEDT on Friday 28 February 2014.
- Public consultation on revoking the Telstra Accounting Separation Direction
A draft instrument to repeal Telstra accounting separation has been released for public comment. All interested stakeholders are invited to submit comments on the draft instrument by COB Friday, 21 February 2014.
- Digital radio discussion paper
The Department is seeking views on a discussion paper to inform two reviews on the digital radio regulatory regime and transmission technologies. Submissions to the discussion paper should be provided no later than 28 February 2014.Further details about the consultation process, including how to make a submission, are available on the Digital radio page.
- Public consultation on Enhancing Online Safety for Children
The Government has released a public discussion paper seeking comment on proposed measures to implement its election commitment to enhance online safety for children.
All interested stakeholders are invited to provide a submission to the discussion paper by 7 March 2014.
Further details about the consultation process, including how to make a submission, are available on the Public consultation on Enhancing Online Safety for Children page.