DSB | End of Week Wrap Up | 28th of May 2021

Feedback on Design Papers | MIRO Board | Register Design 1.5.0 Release | Draft V1.10.0

Dear Consumer Data Right participants and other interested parties,

Happy Friday all, here is the end of the week update for the Consumer Data Standards.

News and Announcements

Latest Standards, Consumer Experience, tooling and Consumer Data Right announcements.

Feedback on Consumer Data Right rules and standards design papers

Thank you to those who provided feedback on our CDR rules and standards design papers. Consultation on these papers closed Wednesday 26th of May 2021. Feedback received on these papers will inform the development of draft rules and standards, which will be the subject of formal consultation in the coming months.

As part of the consultation discussions, there has been a number of queries about the deferral of the joint account requirements and ‘direct to consumer’ obligations that would have applied from November 2021 (Treasury announcement). Treasury has responded to these queries with additional information, which is available on the CDR Support Portal.

MIRO Board Register

During this week’s CDR Implementation Call we outlined a register of all our Public MIRO Boards. This has been added to our GitHub Wiki under the Standards repository: https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/standards/wiki/Data-Standards-Body-Miro-Public-Pages

Register Design 1.5.0 Release

The ACCC have published Version 1.5.0 of the Consumer Data Right Register Design. See the Change Log for details of the latest release: https://cdr-register.github.io/register/includes/releasenotes/releasenotes.1.5.0.html#v1-5-0-release-notes

Draft for Consumer Data Standards Version 1.10.0

The draft changes for Version 1.10.0 are being prepared, you can view the proposed changes on the Project Board: https://github.com/orgs/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/projects/12

Maintenance Iteration 7

The 7th Maintenance Iteration continues next week with the fortnightly catch-up. The last meet on the 19th of May 2021 outlined the planned scope and priority for the requested items.

Agenda: https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/standards/wiki/DSB-Maintenance-Iteration-7:-Agenda-&-Meeting-Notes-(19th-May-2021)

Release plan

A number of changes for the Consumer Data Standards are approved or close to approval. The following release plan provides an upcoming view of the changes to be released:

  • Version 1.10.0
    • Scope: Enhanced Error Handling pending final community feedback and Data Standards Chair approval
    • ETA: Targeting end of May.
  • Version 1.10.0+
    •  Priority changes for release will include: Enhanced NPP service overlay support and any changes to address the v2 rules changes.
    • ETA: Targeting early June subject to consultation.

Articles of the week

A new segment for the weekly newsletter. Our most viewed and voted articles for the week (unchanged since last) are:

Decision Proposals and Noting Papers

A list of the current open Decision Proposals:

Design Papers

None at this time.

Cross Sectors

Banking Sector

  • None at the moment.

Energy Sector

Noting Papers

Please be aware of a number of Noting Papers available for review on the Consumer Data Standards GitHub repository.

Workshops and Events

Find all our events here: https://consumerdatastandards.gov.au/events/

Planning underway.

CDR Implementation Call

Regularly held on a weekly basis and enables all community members access to subject matter experts from the ACCC and Data Standards Body. If you would like an invitation please reach out to contact@consumerdatastandards.gov.au

7th Maintenance Iteration

The 7th Maintenance Iteration is underway, you can find out more about the phases and scope of the Maintenance Iterations here: https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/standards-maintenance. If you would like an invite please reach out to contact@consumerdatastandards.gov.au

Keep in touch

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Best regards,
The Data Standards Body