The purpose of the Australian Business Register (ABR) Board is to provide advice and support to the Registrar of the ABR.
This includes advice on advancing the ABR as the source of registered business information for government and businesses operating in Australia, and on the priority and timing of expansion of Standard Business Reporting (SBR) services. This assists in:
In advising the Registrar, the ABR Board will:
Key outcomes of the Board will be reflected in plans for ABR and SBR work programs, communications to the Minister and agencies via the Registrar, and corporate reporting as directed by the Government.
The Board is expected to meet at least twice a year. No sitting fees or related payments will be made to members of the Board.
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The Chair of the ABR Board shall be the Registrar of the ABR or their nominated delegate. A secretariat provided by the Australian Business Register shall assist the Chair in fulfilling their responsibilities.
The Chair’s responsibilities include:
Membership shall be determined by the Chair, guided by the following:
Key highlights from recent meetings of the ABR Board.