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An AUSkey will enable you to securely access a range of government online services on behalf of your organisation. Find out more about AUSkey.
- If you are the first member of your organisation to register and do not have an AUSkey - start on step 1.
- If you already have an AUSkey - go straight to step 2
Step 1 Register for an AUSkey
Register for an AUSkey via the AUSkey website.
The first person from your organisation to register for an AUSkey will be your AUSkey Administrator.
This person needs to have the ability to update your ABN record at www.abr.gov.au and change your business information (including taxation information held by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). Find out more about who should be an AUSkey Administrator.
Step 2 Login using AUSkey
Login to online services via the ‘Login using AUSkey’ option to complete your registration. Ignore the ‘Register here as a new user link’ as this is for individuals not associated with an Organisation.
The first person in your organisation to login must be your AUSkey administrator. As an AUSkey administrator you will be granted Administrator access to manage your organisation’s other user accounts.
After initial registration you can login using your AUSkey at any time. When logging out, be sure to close your browser if others have access to your computer.
Step 3 Manage users
As an Administrator you can now manage your own and your organisation’s other user accounts. Learn how to assign permissions and access below.
Register as an organisation user
To register as an organisation user, your AUSkey Administrator must have already created an account for your organisation within online services (instructions above). You can then register as a user of online services using your AUSkey.
- If you do not have an AUSkey you can follow these simple steps to gain access to online services as an organisation user.
- If you already have an AUSkey you can go straight to step 2.
Your AUSkey Administrator registers you as a new user in AUSkey.
Login to online services via the ‘Login using AUSkey’ option. (Ignore the ‘Register here as a new user link’ as this is for individuals not associated with an Organisation.) You will need the AUSkey provided to you by your AUSkey Administrator to complete your registration.
On completion of your registration notify your Administrator that you have registered. Your Administrator can then grant permissions and approve access to online services. Your Administrator will notify you when access has been granted.
After initial registration you can login using your AUSkey at any time. When logging out be sure to close your browser if others have access to your computer.
Assigning permissions and access as Administrator
As per Step 3 above, an Administrator must approve newly registered accounts within an organisation. To do so, login to your dashboard using your Adminstrator AUSkey.
- You access the Manage menu by clicking the drop down link beside your Organisation’s name or by selecting the Manage Organisations option from the Admin menu.
- The Manage Organisation screen allows you to view and manage your organisation details. At the end of this screen is a list of users registered against your organisation
- Click on a user name to view the user's account details
- Click on Maintain User to manage the user's account details - you must select the Active radio button to activate the account.
In addition, online services provides Administrators with the ability to control the type of access organisation users have.
The following is an outline of the types of groups an Administrator can assign to control permissions for each organisation user. All accounts initially have Staff access.
Assign additional permissions by selecting the Admin or Manager check box as appropriate for your users. If you are an Administrator and intend to submit applications via online services you will need to add the Manager group to your own account profile.
Provides the user with the authorisation to activate other user accounts for the organisation and to assign permissions to those users.
Provides the user with the authorisation to perform all standard tasks and managerial functions. Managerial functions include the ability to submit applications and incur any associated fees.
Provides the user with authorisation to perform all standard tasks, such as the ability to perform data capture and entry for Online Services.