Acma Agency Agreement

Acma information on agent agreements for importers is available on the ACMA website on the Agency Agreement page. 4.2 Each agency shall designate liaison officers to facilitate communication and exchange of information between agencies. Each agency may change its liaison officers at its discretion and will notify the other agency of any changes before or as soon as possible. 5.6 If the information provided in the context of this Statement of Intent is accidentally or unauthorizedly disclosed, the receiving Agency will inform the receiving Agency of the details as soon as possible, in addition to any legal obligations that the receiving Agency may have in this regard. 6.2.3 all other matters dealt with from time to time by an agency as a priority. 3.1 The Memorandum of Understanding is not intended to create binding legal, financial or other resource obligations for either agency. 6.3.3 Provide joint training or an invitation to participate in training provided or facilitated by one agency that may be relevant to the other agency. 5.5 If the information provided in the context of this Statement of Intent is the subject of a summons, a request for freedom of information or another legal request for access, the receiving Agency will immediately inform the providing agency so that the communication agency can provide advice on all envisaged measures concerning the disclosure, disclosure, publication or production of such information. 7.1 The Memorandum of Understanding shall take effect if it is signed by both the President of ACMA and the Australian Information Officer on the day it was signed by the Agency that last signed it (effective date). The agreement with local representatives (Agency) only covers ACMA compliance (CEM, wireless and telecommunications) and not security registration. Agency Transformation – Adapting the organisation to the changing world of convergence by ensuring structural coherence with convergence and focusing on agency innovation: 1.1 The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is a statutory authority created by section 6 of the Australian Communications and Media Authority Act 2005. Acma regulates broadcasting services, radio communications, telecommunications, unsolicited communications and certain internet content in Australia.

ACMA is an independent agency consisting of a President, a Vice-President, five full-time members (including the President and Vice-President) and three Associate Members. It is led by a management team consisting of the President (who is also the Head of the Agency), the Vice-President (who is also the Chief Executive Officer), four Managing Directors and ten Managing Directors. The company`s structure comprises four divisions: communication infrastructure, content, consumer and citizens, business and research and legal services. 7.5 When the Memorandum of Understanding is terminated, the information exchanged as part of the Declaration of Intent and held by either agency will be treated as if the Memorandum of Understanding were still in force, to the extent permitted by law. ACMA is responsible under four main acts: the Broadcasting Services Act 1992, the Telecommunications Act 1997, the Telecommunications (Consumer Protection and Service Standards) Act 1999 and the Radiocommunications Act 1992. . . .