Compliance Focus 2013/14
Mark Loney
Executive Manager
Operations & Services Branch
Compliance focus on issues posing greatest risk to:
> Spectrum Utility
> Public Safety
> Public Interest
Systematic approa...
Priority Compliance Areas 2013/14:
> Radiocommunications Standards Compliance
> Illegal possession/operation of prohibited...
Radiocommunications Standards
Jammers, Boosters & Repeaters
Recent Compliance Issues
The benefits of Priority Compliance Areas
> Transparent approach to cases of non-compliance
> Focusing compliance activiti...
Project HELM
Holistic
Engineering &
Licence
Management
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
Transition
High density area
Medium density area
100 Km boundary zone
Transit...
Spectrum Monitoring – Fixed Sites
Spectrum Monitoring – Transportable & Mobile
HFDF Project – 2013-15
ACMA's compliance focus 2013/14 - Mark Loney, Executive Manager, Operations & Services Branch, Communications Infrastructu...
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ACMA's compliance focus 2013/14 - Mark Loney, Executive Manager, Operations & Services Branch, Communications Infrastructure Division, ACMA

  1. 1. Compliance Focus 2013/14 Mark Loney Executive Manager Operations & Services Branch
  2. 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. 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. 4. Radiocommunications Standards
  5. 5. Jammers, Boosters & Repeaters
  6. 6. Recent Compliance Issues
  7. 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. 8. Project HELM Holistic Engineering & Licence Management
  9. 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. 10. Spectrum Monitoring – Fixed Sites
  11. 11. Spectrum Monitoring – Transportable & Mobile
  12. 12. HFDF Project – 2013-15

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