Submissions to Government
AMTA has provided the following submissions to Government and Regulators:
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.