Office of the Communications Authority

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Office of the Communications Authority
通訊事務管理局辦公室
Agency overview
Formed1 April 2012
Preceding agency
  • Office of the Telecommunications Authority
HeadquartersWan Chai,  Hong Kong
Employees320
Annual budgetHK$320.9 million revenue, HK$92.6 million profit
Agency executives
  • Marion Lai Chan Chi-kuen, Director-General
  • Ha Yung-kuen, Deputy Director-General
Websitewww.ofca.gov.hk
Office of the Communications Authority
Traditional Chinese通訊事務管理局辦公室

Office of the Communications Authority or OFCA (Chinese: 通訊事務管理局辦公室) is an executive arm of Communications Authority in Hong Kong. It is the body responsible for telecommunications regulation (through the Regulatory Affairs Branch), antitrust enforcement (through the Competition Affairs Branch) and allocation of the radio frequency portion of the electromagnetic spectrum (also known as spectrum management, through the Operations Branch).

OFTA, Television and Entertainment Licensing Authority and Hong Kong Broadcasting Authority was merged to form Office of the Communications Authority and Communications Authority on April 1, 2012.[1]

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  1. ^ [1] Archived 2008-01-15 at the Wayback Machine.

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