auDA Implements All 29 Government Recommendations From 2018 Review
auDA is extremely pleased to announce it has satisfactorily implemented all 29 recommendations from the Federal Government’s 2018 Review of the au. Domain Administration.
In a letter to auDA Chair Alan Cameron AO, Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts Paul Fletcher MP congratulated auDA on its work achieving the required reforms in the 24-month period outlined in the Review’s final report.
Read: Letter from Paul Fletcher MP: Completion of reforms arising from the Review of the .au Domain Administration
auDA would like to thank and recognise the staff, directors, members and other stakeholders – present and past - for their contributions in achieving these recommendations in such an ambitious time frame.
The Review’s final report, handed down in April 2018, contained 29 recommendations resulting in 43 action items, 38 of which were required to be completed by auDA. These action items included significant reform of auDA’s governance, membership and stakeholder engagement. 27 of these action items are considered completed, 11 of them are considered completed with ongoing reporting requirements.
Since April 2018 auDA has given quarterly updates to the department on its progress against the recommendations. At its final quarterly review of auDA’s progress on 1 May 2020, all actions were considered finalised.