ACMA seeks input for sunsetting radiocomms standards


By Critical Comms Staff
Tuesday, 18 April, 2017


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The public can provide input on the remaking of five radiocommunications standards.

ACMA is seeking public comment on these standards, which support the regulatory arrangements for devices.

The Legislation Act 2003 provides a regime for the automatic repeal of regulations and other legislative instruments after 10 years, unless action is taken to exempt them. This process is referred to as ‘sunsetting’.

To preserve the effect of a standard, it needs to be remade before the sunset date.

Interested parties are invited to make a submission on the consultation paper by close of business on Friday, 26 May 2017.

The consultation paper, associated material and submission details are on the ACMA website.

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ACMA seeks input for sunsetting radiocomms standards

The public can provide input on the remaking of five radiocommunications standards.


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