You can download a copy of the ABR Report of the Australian Business Registrar 2013-14 in Portable Document Format (PDF).
The ABR Program seeks to contribute to improving the wellbeing of the Australian people through enhanced business productivity by:
The outcomes of this will be:
Providing services anywhere, anytime
Delivering convenient, real-time services that can be used anywhere, at any time, on devices that are interchangeable, including mobile devices.
Facilitating digital services that support a whole-of-government service from a business perspective; eliminating duplication across government agencies, reducing red tape and delivering a consistent user experience.
Improved efficiency and productivity
Providing up-to-date and consistent entity-specific information on Australian businesses to drive evidence-based policy and law development, as well as engender a culture of effective service delivery to business, which in turn lifts business productivity.
Creating a standardised digital infrastructure across government to facilitate digital services that are so simple and convenient that businesses will choose to use them.
Build common technology platforms for digital-by-default services
Building a digital infrastructure, including a suite of systems, processes and standards that can be customised and adapted to agency and business requirements.
The Australian Business Registrar’s responsibilities include: