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Submissions on the future design of Australia’s classification regulation are due by 19 February 2020.
The Australian Government is reforming the telecommunications market to promote competition and to improve access to broadband services for all people in Australia, especially those living in...
We publish a list of contracts that are valued at $100,000 (GST inclusive) or more and were entered into in the previous 12 months, or were not completed at the end of the period.
Our role is to provide an environment in which all Australians can access and benefit from communications services, creative experiences and culture.Our purposes are to enable all Australians to...
View our structure and operations, with links to key reporting documents and information on career options and employment benefits.
Current regulation requires that a merit-based selection process is used to appoint non-executive directors to the boards of the ABC and SBS, including their Chairs.
We are hosting a Regional Connectivity Program (RCP) noticeboard to facilitate linkages between telecommunications carriers and communities.
The Government is seeking feedback on the design of the new Regional Connectivity Program.
The Government is seeking community and industry feedback on the draft grant opportunity guidelines for its new Regional Connectivity Program.
We are seeking community and industry feedback on the draft grant opportunity guidelines for the $53 million Regional Connectivity Program to...
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.
Secretary of the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications, Mr Simon Atkinson.
Australia and Papua New Guinea have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Cooperation in Information and Communications Technology.
We are seeking feedback on a draft Online Safety Charter, which sets out the Government’s expectations for technology firms to help keep children safe online.
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