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Telecommunications companies have some powers to enter land and install and maintain some types of telecommunications facilities, and some immunities from some state and territory legislation.
Industry self-regulation minimises government intervention, reducing costs and promoting industry compliance....
A carrier needs a licence from the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) to operate facilities if they are used to supply telecommunications services to the public. Such facilities...
The Commonwealth of Australia owns copyright of everything we have created all websites owned and administered by the Department of Communications and the Arts. This includes text, images, software...
The Public Interest Disclosure Act 2013 promotes accountability and integrity in the Australian Public Service.
We buy goods and services from outside the department. The way we do this is set by the Commonwealth Procurement Rules.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority's (ACMA) latest research snapshot Regional Australians Online gives a great insight into how...
How our use of communication technology has changed since 1998.
The Department is required to publish the details of grants awarded on GrantConnect from 1 January 2018. Documents published on this page reflect grants approved up until 31 December 2017.
The Regional Telecommunications Independent Review Committee reviews telecommunications services in regional, rural and remote parts of Australia every three years.
Our 2019 Australian Public Service (APS) Census results are now available
A Request for Expressions of Interest to provide the Triple Zero Emergency Call Service has been issued.
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