myGovID

myGovID

In March 2020 AUSkey will be replaced by myGovID and Relationship Authorisation Manager (RAM).

myGovID is the Australian Government's digital identity provider which aims to transform the way Australians interact with Government. It's like the 100 point ID check but on your smart device. This will make it faster and easier to prove who you are when accessing government online services.

For more information on how to access these services, visit the ATO websites:

Using myGovID with AFSA’s Online Services

If you work for an organisation with an ABN and your myGovID is linked to the ABN in RAM then you can use your myGovID to access AFSA’s online services. This is an alternative option provided to you in addition to the username and password sign in option.

When you access any of the AFSA’s online services using your myGovID for the very first time, then the service will determine if you are a new user or if you have used the service before using an AUSKey.

If you have used the system before with your AUSKey, then your account will remain the same; i.e. you can continue to use the service as before.

If you are a brand new user, then a new online services account will be automatically created for you.

There are two distinct types of accounts: administrator and standard.

Administrator user account

As an administrator, you can execute restricted activities such as manage other user accounts within your organisation.

When using myGovID, the first person in your organisation who logs on to an AFSA’s online service will be provided with an administrator user account for that service.

This person needs to have the ability to update your ABN record at the Australian Business Register and change your business information (including taxation information held by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO)). Find out more about who should be an administrator.

Standard account

As a standard user, you will only be provided with basic access, and you will need to request your administrator for additional accesses if required.

When using myGovID, any subsequent person from your organisation who logs on to an AFSA’s online service after the administrator will be provided with a standard user account for that service.

For further information about the AFSA’s online services that you can access on behalf of your organisation using your myGovID, refer to the sections below or contact us.

Creditor bankruptcy notices 

If you work for an organisation with an ABN you can access the Creditor bankruptcy notices service using your myGovID.

To access this service using your myGovID, select Login using myGovID from the Creditor bankruptcy notices login page and complete the myGovID authentication steps.

After logging on for the very first time, contact your administrator. Your administrator will approve your access so that you can use this service.

See also:

Bankruptcy notice

Creditor bankruptcy notices

Creditor bankruptcy notices register as an organisation

Creditor bankruptcy notices support and FAQs

Bankruptcy Register Search (BRS)

If you work for an organisation with an ABN you can access the Bankruptcy Register Search (BRS) service using your myGovID.

To access this service using your myGovID, select Login using myGovID from the BRS login page and complete the myGovID authentication steps.

See also:

Register for a Bankruptcy Register Search (BRS) account

Debt agreement online

If you work for an organisation with an ABN you can access the Debt agreement online service using your myGovID.

To access this service using your myGovID, select Login using myGovID from the Debt agreement online login page and complete the myGovID authentication steps.

See also:

Debt agreements online

Debt agreements online FAQs

Practitioner Annual Administration Returns (AAR) online

If you work for an organisation with an ABN you can access the Practitioner AAR online using your myGovID.

To access this service using your myGovID, select Login using myGovID from the Practitioner AAR online login page and complete the myGovID authentication steps.

See also:

Accessing AAR Online

AAR Online resources (user guides and spreadsheets)