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The auDA Registry Transformation Project (RTP) Evaluation Committee have now completed a thorough review of responses to the Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI).
auDA and APTLD commit to assist Timor-Leste in a ground-breaking capacity building project in the Pacific region 18/07/2017
auDA (.au Domain Administration Ltd) together with the Government of Timor-Leste and APTLD (Asia Pacific Top Level Domain Association) are today pleased to announce the signing of a ground-breaking joint...
On 16 June 2017, auDA received a valid request from more than 5% of its members to call a special general meeting as per Section 249D of the Corporations Act.
Notice of Special General Meeting – 2017 07/07/2017
The Board of Directors of .au Domain Administration Limited (auDA) invites members to attend a Special General Meeting (SGM).
Announcement regarding the assessment and evaluation of responses to auDA’s Request for Expressions of Interest to its Registry Transformation Project 06/07/2017
auDA is pleased to announce the composition of the Tender Process Committee and the Tender Evaluation Committee applicable to the Registry Transformation Project.
Policy Review Panel EOI 04/07/2017
CEO Cameron Boardman announced at the 2016 AGM that we will be undertaking a complete review of all auDA policies.
.au Domain Administration Ltd (auDA) today is pleased to announce at closing of the Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) for the Registry Transformation Project (RTP), a total of 15...
auDA has decided to conduct a tender process to enable auDA to build and operate a dedicated .au registry.
Announcement regarding the resignation of Rachael Falk, Director Technology, Security and Strategy 26/05/2017
auDA’s Director of Technology, Security and Strategy, Rachael Falk, has advised auDA’s CEO, Cameron Boardman, that she will be resigning at the end of June to pursue other career opportunities.
BackgroundOn 26 April 2017, we announced our decision to conduct a restricted tender exercise to enable auDA to build and operate a dedicated .au registry.