At the time, auDA stated:
auDA CEO Cameron Boardman said the tender process allowed auDA to update the technical specifications of the registry, to enhance security and stability provisions, to secure commitments to higher services levels and to test pricing.
Back in August, Adrian Kinderis from AusRegistry was publicly vocal on Twitter about his feelings toward auDA and some of the “consultants” they hired.
More recently, Mr Kinderis posted;
The Domain Pulse article mentioned in the above tweet can be found here.
You can read about Cameron Boardman’s resignation news here.
You can follow Adrian Kinderis on Twitter.