Online Services Strategy for Royal Commissions

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From: Simon Victory

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Dear Attorney-General's Department,

Please treat this as an informal request.

I note that for the most recently Royal Commission (into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry) is hosted as a subdomain on the domain royalcommission.gov.au

What is the strategy for this subdomain? Will there be efforts to move previous Royal Commission websites onto the domain name. Are there any documents/conversations that can be released around this direction? Would it not be better managed by the likes of DTA?

Related websites that I have viewed: https://www.domainname.gov.au/domain-pol...

Yours faithfully,
Simon Victory

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Dear Mr Victory
 
I refer to your email below making enquiries regarding a subdomain.
 
I have provided a response to your queries underneath each.
 
Q1. What is the strategy for this subdomain? 
 
The subdomain will support the needs of the Royal Commission into
Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry
while required.
 
Q2. Will there be efforts to move previous Royal Commission websites onto
the domain name. 
 
No.  The domain has been registered since 2014 and will service the future
needs of Royal Commissions managed by the Attorney-General's Department.
 
Q3. Are there any documents/conversations that can be released around this
direction?
 
As there will be no efforts to move the websites, there are no such
documents or conversations.
 
Q4. Would it not be better managed by the likes of DTA? 
 
The Department has not received any requests to transfer ownership of the
domain to the DTA.
 
I trust this addresses your enquiry in full.
 
Yours sincerely
 
FOI Case Manager
 
Freedom of Information and Parliamentary Section
Strategy and Delivery Division | Attorney-General’s Department
T: (02) 6141 6666 | E: [AGD request email]
 
 
 
 
 
 

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