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The Department of Communications and the Arts website has received independent accessibility conformance testing on all pages.
We promote and support Australia’s domestic agenda and communications priorities at an international level....
Australia actively engaged in policy discussions and was successfully re elected to Council at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Plenipotentiary Conference 2018 (PP-18) in Dubai.
Australian Government agencies conducting information and advertising campaigns must comply with relevant policies and processes issued by the Cabinet Secretary or the Minister for Finance or the...
Our enterprise agreement sets the terms and conditions for our employees who are not part of the Senior Executive Service.
This page contains information on recent copyright reform in Australia.
Copyright provides legal protection for people who express original ideas and information in certain formats. The most common forms are writing, visual images, music and moving images.
Find out where to raise an issue about advertising, domain names, media or illegal content.
We provide an environment in which all Australians can access and benefit from communications services, creative experiences and culture....
We provide government with the best options and policy advice on issues relating to communications and the arts, including on the delivery of services to regional Australia. Our advice is evidence...
Advances in mobile and internet technology, along with cheaper data, mean there is now a range of convenient and inexpensive text or video-based alternatives to phone calls.
Advances in technology have improved the range of accessible services for people who are deaf, hard of hearing and/or have a speech impairment.
Our annual reports describe what we have done and how we have managed our resources to improve the cultural and communications sectors for all Australians.
Triple Zero (000) is the number most Australians will use to call the police, fire or ambulance in an emergency.
The NRS has a Helpdesk to support users of the service.
The final report on the Review of the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
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...
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