The Consumer Data Standards program is just one part of a larger cross-government collaboration designed to give Australian consumers greater control over their data. There are a number of useful sources providing background information about the Consumer Data Right, and outlining next steps.


The Consumer Data Standards Program is producing a range of reports and outputs from workshops and research.

See Reports


Consultations are published on Github and on this website. The community is encouraged to provide feedback on consultations relating to the Consumer Data Standards when the feedback period is open.

See consultations

Data Standards Advisory Committee

The role of the Data Standards Advisory Committee is to support the Chair of the Data Standards Body within the scope of the Government’s Consumer Data Right.

Further info

Consultative Groups

A Consultative Group would be established by the Data Standards Chair as a group to provide advice to the Chair on the development of standards.

View Consultative Groups


Inside Government

Outside government

A range of organisations have been writing and providing updates about the CDR, as well as about open banking. We’ve shared links to the information we’ve seen below. If you’d like to have your resources added to this page, drop us an email at contact@consumerdatastandards.gov.au.