Cycling Australia says it welcomes a decision by the International Cycling Union (UCI) to back the damning findings of the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) on Lance Armstrong.
Cycling Australia (CA) issued a statement on Wednesday supporting the UCI's position that it won't appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport and that it will recognise the USADA sanctions.
The UCI has stated it will ban Armstrong from cycling and strip him of his seven Tour de France titles for his position at the heart of the biggest doping program in sport.
The UCI also recognised the sanctions imposed on the riders who testified against Armstrong.
Ahead of the UCI Management Committee on Friday, CA urged the international body to take the steps necessary to restore confidence in the sport.
"Cycling Australia looks forward to working with our fellow national federations and the UCI to ensure appropriate measures are then implemented across the sport," the statement said.
Matt White earlier this month stood down as Australia's professional men's road coordinator after confessing to taking performance-enhancing drugs while racing as a professional cyclist with the US Postal Service Team.
Cycling Australia vice-president Stephen Hodge also resigned from the Board after also admitting to doping.