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08 Nov 2019 myGovID

MEMBER 309 writes: 

The current AUSkey system requires that the AUSkey be installed on the PC in our office. 

It would appear that the myGovID system will allow staff to lodge onto the portal and at anytime from anywhere. 

What controls can the tax agent place on the use of the myGovID outside of the practice? 

Can the tax agent get a report of what staff have done on the portal and when they have logged on? 

Is that tax agent liable for fraud committed or unauthorised access to non-clients data when tools have not been provided to monitor or control the actions of the staff? 

I understand that ATO staff cannot log onto the ATO network with non ATO computers remotely.  How can we have the same controls?


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