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ACMA's compliance focus 2013/14 - Mark Loney, Executive Manager, Operations & Services Branch, Communications Infrastructure Division, ACMA

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  • 1. Compliance Focus 2013/14 Mark Loney Executive Manager Operations & Services Branch
  • 2. Compliance focus on issues posing greatest risk to: > Spectrum Utility > Public Safety > Public Interest Systematic approach involving: > Research and analysis > Priority compliance areas > Targeted Response
  • 3. Priority Compliance Areas 2013/14: > Radiocommunications Standards Compliance > Illegal possession/operation of prohibited devices > jammers and boosters > Illegal possession/operation of controlled devices > mobile phone repeaters
  • 4. Radiocommunications Standards
  • 5. Jammers, Boosters & Repeaters
  • 6. Recent Compliance Issues
  • 7. The benefits of Priority Compliance Areas > Transparent approach to cases of non-compliance > Focusing compliance activities on high risk matters > Adopting a range of compliance strategies > Allows for efficient escalation of high risk matters > Compliance achieved through partnering with industry and other regulators > Prevent non-compliance through targeted communications strategies > Supports escalated enforcement action in high risk cases
  • 8. Project HELM Holistic Engineering & Licence Management
  • 9. 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Transition High density area Medium density area 100 Km boundary zone Transition Remote density area Low density area 1,664/ 3.943 M1 M2 M3 M1 M2 M3 00/00 M1 Plan milestone Schedule ex-post compliance (Gov/Non-gov licences affected) Compliance trend LEGEND 2,617/ 1,425 3,224/ 565 51/ 742 2,397/ 1,251 1,887/ 1,129 The number of Gov/Non-gov licences required to transition is based on licence data at May 2013 COAG’s National Framework 2010 - 2020 COAG’s National Framework 2010 - 2020 400 MHz Implementation Project
  • 10. Spectrum Monitoring – Fixed Sites
  • 11. Spectrum Monitoring – Transportable & Mobile
  • 12. HFDF Project – 2013-15

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