Australia - Broadband - Broadband Advisory Group (BAG)

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Last updated: 21 Jun 2003 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 11

Analyst: Paul Budde

Synopsis

After years of national and international condemnation about its failure to come up with a national broadband framework, the government finally addressed the issue in early 2002 by establishing the Broadband Advisory Group. Nearly a decade earlier the Broadband Services Expert Group published its findings on ‘broadbanding’ Australia. In January 2003 the BAG published their findings. It was an excellent document that has all the right elements in it to allow Australia to benefit from what broadband has to offer both to the economy and to the society. However, the execution failed, by mid 2004 very little had happened.

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