• How do I electronically sign transactions? 

    This How do I lesson shows you how to electronically sign your transactions using your myGov username and password or an AUSkey. 

    How to sign using your myGov username and password 

    Step  


     
     

    Action  


     
     

    Result  

    1.  


     
     

    To complete a transaction you will need to electronically sign the transaction using your myGov login details. 

    Select the Submit button. 


     
     

    'Continue with this Transaction?' screen will be displayed. 

    2.  


     
     

    The 'Credential' field is pre-populated with ‘myGov’. 

    Select ‘Continue’. 


     
     

    myGov login screen will be displayed. 

    3. 

      

    Enter your myGov username and password. 

    Click ‘Sign in’  

      

    myGov security code pop up screen. 

    4. 

      

    Enter myGov security code. 

    Click ‘Next’ 

      

    Directed to Business Portal authentication screen stating ‘lodgment successful’. 

     How to sign using an AUSkey 

    Step 


     

    Action 


     

    Result 

    1. 


     

    To complete a transaction you will need to electronically sign the transaction using your AUSkey.

    Select the Submit button.


     

    'Continue with this Transaction?' screen will be displayed.


     

     

     

     

     

    2. 


     

    The 'Select' field is pre-populated with the AUSkey you logged in with.

    Enter the password for the AUSkey.

    Select the Continue button


     

    ‘Transaction completed’ screen will be displayed.

     

    If you enter an incorrect password three times you will be automatically logged out and the changes you were attempting to complete will not be saved.

    You will have to re-login and enter the transaction details again.

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