Yesterday’s article “auDA, You Promised Members Better Communication!” was very widely read.
I reached out to a number of past auDA Directors to get their opinion about the current Board and management decision to delete Minutes; Agendas; Annual Reports; Cameron Ralph Report etc …
Without exception, these past Directors were appalled at the lack of transparency. They would never have condoned it. And before anyone tries to say that these were probably just a couple of disgruntled ex-Directors, think again. My mini-survey was conducted with far more than two – and I would put their respectability up against any current auDA Director.
In my enquiries about the rationale behind this decision, one of the lines that gets trotted out is:
“Change necessitates privacy”
Oh, my goodness! So the removal of Minutes and Agendas and other material going back years and years is going to help facilitate this change? Imagine the uproar if the Government of the day decided to delete Hansard and every other record of Government decision making?
Get real auDA.
Anyway, for those that are interested, here are some “Top Secret” documents to start with:2015-16-auDA-Annual-Report
More to follow …
Ned O’Meara – 3rd May 2017