Communications and the Arts
The ACMA was required to establish a Consumer Consultative Forum under section 59 of the Australian Communications and Media Authority Act 2005. The Consumer Consultative Forum (CCF) is chaired by an ACMA member, and assists ACMA to perform its functions in relation to matters affecting consumers. The aims of the CCF are to: - provide a forum to engage demand-side and supply-side interests on communications consumer issues; - ensure that the ACMA has access to representative perspectives on issues affecting consumers; - within the context of overall consumer interests, position the interests of systematically disadvantaged consumers. Membership includes representatives from consumer groups, industry bodies, and regulatory and government agencies.

Further information

  • Type of Body

    E. Statutory Office Holder Offices and Committees

  • Established By / Under

    Act / Regulation

  • Established By/Under More info

    Australian Communications and Media Authority Act 2005, section 59

  • Paid Members?

    No

  • Max No. of Board/Committee Members

    6

  • Classification

    B. Secondary

  • Creation Date

    1 July 2005

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