Changes to some ACMA fees | ACMA

Changes to some ACMA fees

Consultation closes: 06 January 2017

IFC: 33/2016

Outcome to this consultation

Outcome
The ACMA has published the Cost Recovery Implementation Statement for ACMA fees on our website.

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Consultation paper—Changes to some ACMA fees

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Draft cost recovery implementation statement—Fees for radiocommunications, telecommunications and broadcasting services

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Attachment C—Charging Risk Assessment (CRA) for 2016–17 ACMA fees (draft)

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Summary

The ACMA is in the process of reviewing some fees for services determined under cost recovery arrangements, as the Radiocommunications (Charges) Determination 2007 and the Broadcasting (Charges) Determination 2007 are due to sunset on 1 April 2017. As the methodology for calculation of fees for all the activities under cost recovery arrangements are applied consistently, the fees for other cost recovery activities under the following Determinations are also included in this review:

  • Radiocommunications (Digital Radio Multiplex Transmitter Licences—Application Fee) Determination 2012
  • Telecommunications (Carrier Licence Application Charge) Determination 2012
  • Telecommunications (Charges) Determination 2012.

The proposed fee changes are set out in attachments A and B of the Draft cost recovery implementation statement (available in the table above). This document provides all the relevant details of the fee items, describes the methodology used to calculate the proposed fees and provides explanations for variations.

The current determinations for radiocommunications, telecommunications and broadcasting services are available on the Federal Register of Legislation.

Issue for comment

Opportunity to provide feedback

The ACMA welcomes comment from interested stakeholders on the issues raised in this consultation, or any other issues relevant to the proposed fees for radiocommunications, telecommunications and broadcasting services set out in attachments A and B of the Draft cost recovery implementation statement.