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The Centre for International Economics has released its report into the economics of retail price controls that currently apply to fixed line...
We commissioned three youth cyber-bullying research projects to help us develop a new, simplified cyber-bullying offence or a civil enforcement...
The Triple Zero review survey shows most Australians want the service to embrace new technology.
The 2014-15 Budget provides more than $7.0 billion to further work in the communications sector.
NBN Co has acquired much of Telstra's copper and cable networks, and Optus' cable network, for use in the National Broadband Network (NBN).
The Australian Government has set out a practical plan for completing the rollout of the NBN as soon and as cost-effectively as possible.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) Panel of Experts has released its report into the NBN market and regulation.
The Panel of Experts has released its Independent Cost Benefit Analysis of Broadband.
The Panel of Experts has prepared an Analytical Framework to support the independent cost–benefit analysis of the national broadband network (NBN).
The Government has given NBN Co a Statement of Expectations to guide the next steps in delivering the NBN.
The independent audit of NBN Co has been released. It looks at the public policy processes that led to the establishment of the NBN.
We have finished a comprehensive analysis of broadband availability and quality in more than 78,000 areas of Australia.
NBN Co has released a strategic review of its costs, structure, commercial prospects and strategic plans.
A Panel of Experts will look at the economic and social costs and benefits from the various broadband technologies available for the NBN.
More than 35 written submissions were received during the public submission and consultation process for the joint information communication...
Our latest work on leading indicators (LIs) shows Australians are increasingly accessing government data online.
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