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You are entering the National Blood Authority’s Information Technology network. Unless expressly authorised to do so, you are not permitted to enter this network. Under the Commonwealth Criminal Code, it is an offence for a person to cause any unauthorised access to or modification of data held in, or any unauthorised impairment of electronic communication to or from, a Commonwealth computer. Access to and use of this system is also subject to Commonwealth, State/Territory laws and legislative requirements. Acceptance of this notice (by clicking the “Sign in” button) constitutes express consent to comply with Commonwealth, State/Territory laws and legislative requirements as well as the National Blood Authority’s lawful and reasonable directions in relation to use of this system.
At the time of registering for BloodPortal and when using the system the National Blood Authority collects your personal information to work out whether you can be registered and to manage your user account. It is also used to self-populate your identity and contact details when registering for other National Blood Authority ICT systems including the Australian Bleeding Disorders Registry (ABDR), BloodSTAR, BloodNet, Jurisdictional Reporting and a variety of mailing lists. When you register or forget your user ID or password, your phone number and user ID will be disclosed to a third party engaged by the NBA to provide you with your user ID or issue you a temporary access code to allow a password reset. Under the terms of engagement, the third party may only use your personal information to support you accessing your account. In this way, BloodPortal provides users with a single place where they can directly update and correct their contact details with the NBA across several IT systems and subscribe to mailing lists relating to transfusion in Australia. If you choose not to provide the mandatory information on this form then your application for access to BloodPortal cannot be processed. This will prevent you from accessing a range of NBA ICT systems including ABDR, BloodSTAR, BloodNet and Jurisdictional Reporting. The NBA at times also contacts those involved in the Australian Blood Sector to make them aware of important news and events. Indicate below if you consent to the National Blood Authority contacting you on an irregular basis in relation to matters affecting the Australian Blood Sector and to disclosing your user ID and phone number to a third party to remind you of a forgotten user ID or issue you a temporary password to enable a password reset. At any stage you can change your mind and withdraw your consent by emailing the National Blood Authority at email@example.com.
Please note that a condition of access to some systems (such as ABDR, BloodNet and BloodSTAR) is that you consent to receive regular updates on matters relating to these systems. Your choice to receive or not, other updates from the NBA will not affect updates relating to ABDR, BloodNet and BloodSTAR if you are a user of any of these systems.