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The following links will take you to a number of digital resources and webinars that will help bookkeepers transition from the old AUSkey system to the new myGovID and Relationship Authorisation Manager (Ram) system. The AUSkey system will be retired on 1 April 2020 as it is no longer able to keep pace with the changes in technology and does not meet future government security requirements. Please read these documents carefully and we trust they will deepen your understanding of the pending changes.
The below link will take you to the ATO website where they have created a live page that will regularly be updated with information regarding the transition from AUSkey to myGovID. The Australian Bookkeepers Network suggests to check this page regularly for updates!
ATO myGovID and RAM Info Page
The following links are to PDF material, these PDF's will give you in depth information about specific areas of the transition.
ATO myGovID User GUide
ATO RAM User Guide
Digital Identity myGovID FAQ's
How to check ABR data
How to Clean your AUSkey Data
Using Access Manager
Your AUSkey Replacement ABR