News for government agencies about the Australian Business Register.
Government agencies can now access non-public ABR data via the AURIN portal.
Three new data items were added to ABR Explorer, as well as updates to the Commonwealth electoral divisions.
16 February 2016 - Access to information in the ABR is now easier with the release of ABR Explorer.
18 December 2015 - ABR Explorer users are now able to access an integrated mapping function to use geocoded ABR address information.
2 December 2015 - Government agencies must be eligible and have a current Australian business number (ABN) to access the full range of public and non-public Australian Business Register (ABR) data.
18 November 2015 - ABR Explorer has been released to all eligible government agencies, providing access to ABR information and dynamic reporting functionality.
03 November 2015 - To access non-public data to aid disaster recovery planning in your region, your agency must be eligible and have a current ABR Terms and conditions in place.
21 September 2015 - The Australian Business Register (ABR) assists business and government agencies to interact with each other via a comprehensive database of identity information.
02 September 2015 - Only eligible government agencies that have applied and have a current Australian Business Register (ABR) Terms and conditions in place can access non-public ABR data.
The Australian Business Register (ABR) recently had a unique opportunity to host the Sultanate of Oman’s Infrastructure and eService Division who visited Australia in late May.
ABR partner agencies are invited to register for one of our online information sessions on using geospatial data from ABR data extracts.
17 April 2015 - Partner agencies need to comply with the Spam Act 2003 when using email addresses from their ABR data extracts.
We recently made enhancements to our Australian business number (ABN) registration service, improving the online experience for Australian businesses.
Find out how the ABR can help provide a targeted response and assist with natural disaster recovery efforts.
02 December 2013 -The ABR is now collecting additional business locations. This information will be available to eligbile agencies in early 2014.
02 December 2013 - We are currently working with a number of agencies to implement AUSkey for their online services.
29 April 2014 - Australian Business Register (ABR) data accessible via the Data transfer facility has been enhanced and there are new data elements available.
Deputy Registrar, Australian Business Register, Mark Jackson recently advised government representatives attending the GovInnovate Summit how Standard Business Reporting (SBR) can help them develop and deliver digital services.