The ACMA

The ACMA

Upcoming consultations

We want to communicate effectively with our stakeholders. You’ve told us that you need more information about the timing of our consultations, so we’re fine-tuning our activities to make it easier for you to engage with us. This will lead to more effective consultation on the issues that are important to you.

While every consultation is unique, we will aim to:

  • provide information about our public consultation processes and practical guidance on the different ways to make a submission
  • allow reasonable time frames to make a submission—consultations are generally open for four to six weeks
  • explain the policy or regulatory change
  • prepare a regulation impact statement if there is a significant effect on business
  • acknowledge receipt of submissions
  • post copies or a summary of submissions online, as appropriate
  • respond to submissions online, by email or by phone, as appropriate and where a claim to confidentiality is not sought
  • outline information about decision-making processes and outcomes, where appropriate.

What’s coming up in 2017

Below is a list of upcoming consultations for the year, as well as indicative timings. Additional consultation topics will be added throughout the year, as dates are known.

Timing*

Topic

Details of consultation

July–September 2017

 

Sunsetting of electromagnetic compatibility instruments

Update to two legislative instruments—the Standard, and Labelling Notice

 

Broadcast planning LAPs

Ongoing work program—details of the relevant LAP work program will be published as they become available

 

Sunsetting of radiocommunications standards

Sunsetting of two radiocommunications standards

 

Do Not Call Register

Remaking the Do Not Call Register (Administration and Operation) Determination 2007

October–December 2017

 

Regulator Performance Framework: 2016–17 self assessment report

The ACMA’s assessment of its performance for 2016–17 under the RPF

 

Broadcast planning LAPs 

Ongoing work program—details of the relevant LAP work program will be published as they become available 

 

Five-year spectrum outlook

Yearly consultation—annual overview of spectrum management priorities

 

Sunsetting of commercial broadcasting instrument

Remaking the Commercial Broadcasting Licence Allocation Determination No. 1 of 1998

 

Sunsetting of broadcasting services instrument

Remaking the Broadcasting Services (Deemed Digital Radio Licence Areas) Determination 2007

*These dates are indicative and may change depending on operational requirements.

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Last updated: 24 August 2017

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