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The Government has committed $380 million over six rounds to the Mobile Black Spot Program (the Program). Applications for Round 5 of the Program closed on 26 September 2019, with applications now...
The Australian Government is improving mobile phone coverage and competition in regional and remote Australia through the Mobile Black Spot Program.
We buy goods and services from outside the department. The way we do this is set by the Commonwealth Procurement Rules.
Reverse the threat of cybercrime with a few simple steps to protect yourself
This Service Charter sets out our commitment to provide you, our clients, with a high level of service.
The Government is investing $53 million in telecommunications infrastructure projects as part of the Regional Connectivity Program.
As part of the Senate Order this page publishes the list of all appointments made by the Minister for each reporting period.
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.
The Government is undertaking a review of Australian media services in the Asia-Pacific.
We are seeking feedback on the management of the .au domain to ensure it remains fit for purpose in serving the needs of Australians online.
We are reviewing the Viewer Access Satellite Television (VAST) service.
This 2019–20 corporate plan for the Department of Communications and the Arts describes how we provide the environment in which all Australians can access and benefit from communications services,...
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.
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