We promote an innovative and competitive communications sector. Through our analysis, advice and programmes we aim to make digital technologies and communications services better for everyone.
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We are the Australian Government’s primary advisor on communications. We develop policy, advice and initiatives that help all Australians realise the full potential of digital technologies and...
Our annual reports describe what we have done and how we have managed our resources to improve communications for all Australians.
Our organisational structure helps us deliver our strategic priorities for 2014–17.
We are funded through the Australian Government Budget each year. This page provides links to the current and previous budgets.
Lists the amounts spent on legal services in 2013-14.
The Social Media Public Policy explains what you can expect from us and the things we expect from you in all of our social media activities.
Multicultural Access and Equity Policy: Respecting diversity. Improving responsiveness....
The Department of Communications is committed to bridging the gaps that exist between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians. It recognises and respects the unique...
We buy goods and services from outside the department. The way we do this is with set by the Commonwealth Procurement Rules.
We have established a number of panels for the supply of frequently-used services. Some of these panels allow the provision of Multi Agency Access, or 'piggy-backing', by other agencies.
Australian Government agencies must publish the details of all grants on their websites within fourteen days of the signing of the grant agreement. This is a statutory requirement.
We produce lists of board appointments, grants and contracts. These lists are required by Senate Order of Continuing Effect.
We produce a list of all grants approved in each portfolio or agency, including the value of the grant, recipient of the grant and the program from which the grant was made.
We produce a list of all appointments made by the government to statutory authorities, executive agencies, advisory boards, government business enterprises and all other Commonwealth bodies,...
The Public Interest Disclosure Act 2013 promotes accountability and integrity in the Australian Public Service.