Recently closed consultation

Implementation of the Government Review Recommendations

In April 2018 the Federal Government delivered the final report of its review of the .au Domain Administration. The review made 29 recommendations for reform required by auDA to meet its new terms of endorsement.  auDA sought comment on the documents below which have been created as part of the implementation plan of auDA's response to the government review.

Document Closed Comments Outcome

Proposed auDA Constitution

Download: Draft auDA Constitution  (pdf)
26/09/2018, 10:00 AM AEST Submission Approved

Proposed Nomination Committee Charter

Download: Nomination Committee Charter (pdf)
26/09/2018, 10:00 AM AEST Submission  Approved

Board Charter

Download: Board Charter (pdf)
For review only    Approved

Board Skills Matrix

Download: Board Skills Matrix (pdf)
For review only    Approved

Draft Strategic Plan

Download: Draft Strategic Plan
26/09/2018, 10:00 AM AEST No comments received.  Approved

Enterprise Security Strategy

Download: Enterprise Security Strategy (pdf)
For review only    Approved

 


Published policies

auDA is responsible for the development and implementation of the policies governing the operation of the .au ccTLD,  including the registration of .au domain names.  As part of its multi-stakeholder policy development process,  auDA welcomes submissions from the community on its draft policies.   The draft policies will be available for public comment for a minimum of 21 calendar days.  auDA will publish a consultation report setting out the key issues raised in the public consultation process, and any subsequent amendments to the draft policy as a result of public consultation.

  • To make a submission on these draft policies please email your feedback to [email protected]
Policy Closed Comments Outcome

Public Consultation Paper: Reform of Existing .au Policies and Implementation of Direct Registration

5pm AEST, 12 April 2019

Submissions

 

 

Public Consultation Paper: Reform of Existing .au Policies and Implementation of Direct Registration

See also accompanying background information: Information Paper for Focus Group Participants: Reform of Existing .au Policies and Implementation of Direct Registration 

5PM AEST, 11 March 2019

Alan Gladman
Education Services Australia
Mark Andrews
Louise Sandberg
Rob Ardill
Robert Kaay
CyberMedia
Digital Transformation Agency
Scott Long

 

Mandatory Terms and Conditions Applying to .au Domain Name Licences 

Documents

 

27/09/2018

No comments received.

Approved

Domain, Renewal, Expiry and Deletion 

Download:

27/09/2018

No comments received.

Approved

 


 

Corporate Policies

The Corporate Policies set out how auDA conducts its business as the administrator and self-regulatory policy body for the .au ccTLD,  including how it complies with its legal obligations under Australian law.  The Corporate Policies are open for public comment for a period of no less than 21 calendar days.

  • To make a submission on these corporate policy drafts, please email your feedback to [email protected]
Draft Document Closed Comments Outcome

KPI Framework

 31/03/2019    

Transparency and Accountability Framework

 31/03/2019    

Stakeholder Engagement Strategy

31/03/2019

   

Process for the Development and Review of auDA published policies

Download:

 

27/09/2018

No comments received.

Approved

DNSSEC Practice Statement

Download:

 27/09/2018

No comments received.

Approved