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Communities across Australia continue to be threatened and impacted by elevated fire conditions, ongoing bushfires and other natural disasters.
It’s that time of the year where have an opportunity to reflect on the past year and celebrate our joint achievements.
As you are aware, the way you access the Data Exchange is changing as AUSkey will be decommissioned on 31 March 2020. The Data Exchange will be transitioning to myGovID and Relationship Authorisation Manager (RAM).
myGovID proves who you are as an individual, while RAM authorises you to act on behalf of an organisation when using online government services.
In preparation for the transition from AUSkey to myGovID/RAM, organisations will soon see a new screen when they log into the Data Exchange.
We are sending you this important information, as a user of the Department of Social Services' Data Exchange. This message is to inform you about the replacement of AUSkey with a new digital identity called myGovID.
We are excited to announce that the new user friendly Data Exchange website will be launched on Monday 28 October 2019. We would like to extend our thanks to organisations for their collaboration during its development.
AUSkey will be decommissioned on 31 March 2020 and the Data Exchange will be transitioning to new authentication methods. We are currently working closely with the Australian Taxation Office on a new, more flexible and mobile authentication and authorisation solution for our organisations to meet community expectations for better access to government services.
The Data Exchange released minor system enhancements on 31 August 2019. These included improvements to the Data Exchange ‘search’ functionalities in the web-based portal and flexibility for when service types change. An overview of these changes is below.
The January to June 2019 reporting period has now closed. We thank organisations for your commitment to submitting high quality data and are pleased to see organisations report on time. This important information helps both organisations and government consider service delivery and the outcomes this delivers for clients.