Presentation on theme: " John Stanton, CEO Communications Alliance COMMUNICATIONS ALLIANCE Reducing Regulatory Costs & What This Means for Radiocommunications Reform Sydney,"— Presentation transcript:
John Stanton, CEO Communications Alliance COMMUNICATIONS ALLIANCE Reducing Regulatory Costs & What This Means for Radiocommunications Reform Sydney, 11 September 2014
“Telecommunications be regulated in a manner that promotes the greatest practicable use of industry self-regulation and does not impose undue financial and administrative burdens on participants in the Australian telecommunications industry” Caught in the Act
Repeal Days 1 and 2 Government & ACMA Responsive: Customer Information Provision project with ACMA Code Streamlining Seven initiatives for RP2 Up to $12m p.a. savings per initiative Radcomms Reform – an opportunity to ‘Star’! Red-Tape – A Billion Reasons to Try
The Digital Dividend Auction required: engagement over an eight year period with four Ministers and their departments and two regulators; preparation of nearly 50 submissions on draft policy proposals and auction rules, attendance at 5 briefing sessions and participation at regular industry meetings; Engagement of many different expert consultants by industry to support advocacy positions or to comprehend the complexity of proposed auction rules. Deregulation/Red-Tape Reduction
How to Execute? Industry/ACMA mostly share objectives & reform principles Customer Service Philosophy for spectrum/band managers Radcomms Reform
“Reconnecting the (Spectrum) Customer” Allocation, Assignment, Pricing, Licensing Document-centric processes International Competitiveness (e.g. Ka-band pricing) Need more than is in the Spectrum Outlook Ministerial Proposals Cautiously Welcomed Radcomms Reform
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