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IT and communications

ACMA */engage blogs

Provides links to blog posts and an e-newsletter on the latest communications and media news, views and research.

Australian Communications and Media Authority

AGICT Blog

Provides a forum for discussion on issues surrounding government use of ICT, and continues the conversation that was started by the Gov 2.0 Taskforce.

Department of Finance

Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA)

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is responsible for the regulation of broadcasting, radiocommunications, telecommunications and online content. Contains information on the Internet, radio and TV, phones and licences for consumers and industry.

Australian Communications and Media Authority

Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO)

The Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO), Department of Finance works across government to maintain Australia's position as a leader in the productive application of information and communications technologies to government administration, information and services.

Department of Finance

CSIRO - Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics

CSIRO Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics division applies mathematics, and statistics to answer important questions from medical research to environmental monitoring and industrial processing.

CSIRO, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

CSIRO ICT Centre

CSIRO's hub for innovative information and communication technologies applied across the breadth of CSIRO's engagement with industry and society.

CSIRO, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

Department of Communications

The Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy has changed its name to the Department of Communications. The Department provides strategic advice to the government on the development of policies and programs for enhancing Australia's broadband and communications sectors and the digital economy, and ensures the efficient and effective implementation of programs.

Department of Communications

Equipment compliance and labelling (A-Tick/C-Tick)

Complaints can be made to The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) if electronic, electrical, radiocommunications or telecommunications products being supplied to the Australian market don't comply with the relevant standards.

Australian Communications and Media Authority

ICT Procurement

Index of ICT Procurement links including e-Procurement, ICT Sourcing, Source IT model contracts, GITC4, ICT Management Consultant Multi Use List and Australian Government Telecommunications Arrangement (AGTA).

Department of Finance

Information and communications - government community grants

GrantsLINK makes it easier to find suitable and relevant grants from the many government grants that are available. GrantsLINK also helps you find the best source of funding and assists you to complete application forms. This page lists ICT related grants.

Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

National ICT Australia (NICTA)

National ICT Australia (NICTA) is an important part of Australia's innovation system and seeks to generate new opportunities for Australian industry. Their focus is on use-inspired basic research to address the technology challenges facing industry, community, and the national interest.

National ICT Australia

Privacy Commissioner site

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner has been integrated into the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner. The privacy.gov.au site will be maintained until a site incorporating all OAIC material is established.

Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

Radiofrequency spectrum

The ACMA plans and manages the radiofrequency spectrum in Australia and is responsible for compliance with licensing requirements and investigating complaints of interference to services.

Australian Communications and Media Authority

Telework: Bringing home the benefits of a new way to work

Telework is working regularly from a place other than the office, in most cases from a home office. It utilises information and communications technology to stay connected to colleagues and work systems

Department of Communications

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