Public authorities

Found 9 public authorities in the category ‘Communications’

Australian Broadcasting Corporation Also called ABC. Australian Broadcasting Corporation functions are to provide public broadcasting services within Australia and overseas and to encourage and promote Au...
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Australian Communications and Media Authority Also called ACMA. The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is responsible for the regulation of broadcasting, the internet, radiocommunications and telec...
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Australian Postal Corporation Also called Australia Post. The Corporation's principal function is to supply postal services within Australia, and between Australia and overseas under the Australia Post brand.
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Classification Board Also called CB. Members of the Classification Board and the Classification Review Board are appointed as statutory officers on a fixed term basis. They are selected to...
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Department of Communications and the Arts The department has four main areas of focus. ■Transforming the structure of telecommunications. ■Switchover to digital television and enhancing th...
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Minister for Communications Requests for personal documents, documents of a party political nature, or documents held in the minister’s capacity as a local member of parliament ar...
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NBN Co Limited NBN Co Limited is a wholly-owned Government Business Enterprise formed to build and operate a wholesale-only national broadband network across Australi...
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Special Broadcasting Service Corporation Also called SBS. The principal function of the SBS is to provide multilingual and multicultural radio and television services which inform, educate and entertain all Au...
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Telecommunications Universal Service Management Agency Also called TUSMA. The Telecommunications Universal Service Management Agency (TUSMA) was folded into the Communications Department in 2015. Read more about this at ZDNet...
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Defunct.

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