We publish our corporate strategy, values and polices so as to be accountable and transparent in our operations.
Our Strategy sets out auDA’s purpose to administer a trusted .au for the benefit of all Australians and to champion an open, free, secure and global internet; and our vision to unlock social and economic value for Australians through an open, free, secure and global Internet.
To deliver on our purpose and vision, auDA’s Strategy also sets out key areas of strategic focus and strategic capabilities on which we will concentrate our efforts, and the values that will guide us.
Our Values underpin and guide the way we behave and work together and the way we engage with our multi-stakeholder community.
- Contribute locally and globally - we serve all Australians and global Internet users
- Better Together - we collaborate and work together as one auDA
- Strive for Excellence - we deliver value. On time, every time.
Terms of endorsement
auDA administers the .au with the multi-stakeholder approach and to deliver value in the public interest. Our core functions and core principles are set out in our Terms of Endorsement from the Federal Government.
Find out more about our Terms of Endorsement.
auDA’s stakeholders are central to our role administering the .au domain on behalf of Australians. Regular and consistent stakeholder engagement informs our understanding of the digital needs of Australians, provides valuable feedback on our policies and operations and enables us to deliver greater value to the community through a trusted .au and open, free, secure and global internet.
Environmental factors and internal capabilities
Our external environment and internal capabilities are key considerations in the creation of our strategic direction and the implementation of our core functions, set out in the Federal Government’s Terms of Endorsement.
Our corporate policies set out how we perform our duties, the standards that we apply and how we comply with our legal obligations.
We regularly review our corporate policies. Corporate policies that are open for public consultation can be found in the Have Your Say section.