Submissions to Government
AMTA has provided the following submissions to Government and Regulators:
to ACMA Draft Five Year Spectrum outlook 2022-2027 6 May 2022
to Treasury Improving the effectiveness of the consumer guarantee 11 Feb 2022
to Regional Telecommunications Independent Review Committee Regional Telecommunications Review 2021 30 Sep 2021
to Dept of Home Affairs on Strengthening Australia’s cyber security regulations and incentives 2nd Sep 2021 ( CA/AMTA)
to Productivity Commission on Right to Repair – Draft Report 23rd Jul 2021
to ACMA on 850/900 MHz Draft Auction Instruments 28th May 2021
to DoITRDC on Media Reform-Green Paper 23rd May 2021
to Dept of PM & Cabinet Developing a digital Australia strategy 7th May 2021
to ACMA on Five Year Spectrum Outlook 2021-26 5th May 2021
to ACMA on RLAN use in the 5 GHz & 6GHz bands. 5th May 2021
to ACMA on Compliance priorities 2021-22 5th Mar 2021
to Productivity Commission on Right to Repair – Issues Paper 26th Feb 2021
Pre budget submission on Priorities for Australia’s mobile industry. 29th Jan 2021
to DoITRDC on Improving the telecommunications powers and immunities framework – September 2020
to ACMA on Five Year Spectrum Outlook 2020-24 25 June 2020
to House of Representatives, Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts – Inquiry into 5G joint AMTACA submission – Nov 2019.
to DoCA – response to Regional Connectivity discussion paper, 9 Sept 2019 (with Commsalliance)
to ACMA on IFC 29/19, joint AMTACA submission Regulation of International Mobile Roaming -draft instruments, 9 Sept
to Parliamentary Joint Committee on Security and Intelligence on review of Identity Matching Bill 2019, 6 Sept
to ACMA on IFC 19/19, Area Wide Apparatus Licence proposal, 9 August
to DoCA – on Consumer Safeguards Review – Part B, 18 Jan
to National Transport Commission – on AMTA Submission – Developing technology-neutral road rules for driver distraction. 14 Feb.
to ACMA on IFC 45 2018 Class licensing for 5G Spectrum, 22 Feb.
to ACMA on IFC 4/19, Exemption to allow AFP Drones Jamming, 12 April.
to ACMA on Combating scams, a discussion paper on technological solutions, 10 May. (with Commsalliance)
to ACMA on IFC 10/19 submission on Five Year Spectrum Outlook 2019-23, 12 May.
to Dept of Home Affairs – Review of National arrangements for the protection and management of identity information – joint AMTA/CA submission
Liquid Fuel Emergency Act – joint submission with Communications Alliance
to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence & Security (PJCIS) – joint submission by Communications Alliance/AMTA/AIIA on the Encryption Bill 2018
to the ACCC – Review of the Facilities Access Code (Aug 2018 discussion paper)
to Department of Environment – Mobile Muster response on review of Product Stewardship Act
to the Regional Telecommunications Independent Review Committee (RTIRC), 2018 Review
to the Department of Communications and the Arts – Review of the eSafety Act (joint submission with Commsalliance)
to the ACMA – 5.6 GHz
to the ACMA – 3.6 GHz
Joint Industry Submission – AIIA/Communications Alliance/AMTA – to Department of Industry, Innovation & Science – Digital Economy Strategy, 30 Nov 2017
to Department of Communications and the Arts – joint submission on Radcomms Bill 2017 and Spectrum Reforms 28 July
to the ACMA – Supplementary Submission on Reconfiguring the 890-915/935-960 MHz Band
to the ACMA – Reconfiguring the 890-915/935-960 MHz Band
to the Reserve Bank of Australia on Dual Network Cards and Mobile Wallet Technology Feb 2017
to the ACMA on the Five Year Spectrum Outlook 2016-20 – AMTA/Communications Alliance joint submission 7 Feb 2017
to the Parliamentary Joint Commission on Intelligence and Security on the Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2016 (Telecommunications Sector Security Reform) Feb 2017 – joint submission with Communications Alliance, AIG and AIIA, 3 Feb 2017
Joint AMTA/Communications Alliance submission on Interactive Gambling Amendment Bill 2016
to Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters – joint AMTA/CA submission – Nov 2016
to Spectrum Review (DoCA) – /files/AMTACA-Submission.pdf – joint AMTA/CA Submission on the Department’s Radcomms Bill 2016 Legislative Consultation paper.
to ACMA – supplementary submission – ” Beyond 2020 – Strategy for Mobile Broadband” – January 2016
to ACMA – in response to “Beyond 2020 – Strategy for Mobile Broadband” – Oct 2015
to Department of Communications – Review of the Australia Commmunicatons and Media Authority (ACMA) 19 August
to Attorney-General’s Department, AIG AIIA AMTA Communications Alliance Submission on TSSR – Exposure Draft Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2015
to Regional Telecommunications Review, response to Issues Paper, 17 July 2015
to Productivity Commission – Public Safety Mobile Broadband – 12 June 2015
Spectrum Review – to DoC – letter to Secretary Drew Clark re Spectrum Review Report – 5 June 2015
to ICT Statistics Review – Australian Bureau of Statistics and Department of Communications
to Spectrum Review (Department of Communications) – submission – 16 Feb 2015.