Paul Fletcher has been named Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts in Prime Minister Scott Morrison\u2019s new look ministry.\nFletcher replaces outgoing minister for communications and the arts Senator Mitch Fifield. Responsibility for \u2018Cyber Safety\u2019 is a new aspect of the role.\n \n\u201cAs the National Broadband Network nears full roll out and social media becomes an even more prominent front in the fight to keep Australians safe, Paul Fletcherhellip;brings extensive experience and insight to the task,\u201d Morrison said in a statement yesterday.\n \nPrior to his political career, which began in 2009, Fletcher was head of corporate and regulatory affairs at Optus for almost eight years. He has also run a telecommunications consultancy firm, and until 2000 was chief of staff for then-communications minister Senator Richard Alston.\n \nFifield will be recommended to the Governor-General for the post of Australia\u2019s next Ambassador to the United Nations, Morrison said.\n \nThe addition of \u2018Cyber Safety\u2019 to the communications minister\u2019s role comes after a pledge by the Liberal Party to introduce a new Online Safety Act.\n \nIn February the Government released a draft Online Safety Charter which set out it's \u201cexpectations, on behalf of the community, of digital platforms in reducing online harm\u201d.\n \nThe expectations cover the removal of offensive content, stricter controls on accounts, the earlier identification of illegal and harmful content, and accountability and transparency, including regular complaint and compliance reporting.\n \nKaren Andrews retains her position as Minister for Industry, Science and Technology and will work to create \u201cmore and better paid jobs in traditional and emerging industries\u201d Morrison said.\n \nJane Hume was appointed to the role of Assistant Minister for Superannuation, Financial Services and Financial Technology.\n \nServices Australia\n \nA new agency will be established, Morrison said, to \u201cdrive greater efficiencies and integration of Government service delivery and making best use of technology and digital applications\u201d.\n \nIt will be modelled on Service NSW, which launched in 2013as a one-stop shop for access to state government services and transactions.\n \nResponsibility for the new agency has been given to Stuart Robert as Minister for Government Services. Roberts will be balancing this role with his appointment as Minister for the National Disability and Insurance Scheme (NDIS).\n \n\u201cA key focus for all of my ministers and their departments will be lifting performance on government service delivery. This will include congestion busting on regulatory and bureaucratic roadblocks, making better use of technology and better integrating service delivery across portfolios. The goal is to make it easier to deal with and access the Government services Australians rely on,\u201d Morrison said.