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OIDF & DSB | FAPI/CDR conformance testing – Deep Dive

May 4 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Free

About the Workshop


  • Comprehensive Overview FAPI
  • Live Conformance Test and Certification Request of an AU Implementation
  • Questions & Answers

Limited spaces

While space in an online forum is less constrained than in a physical space, for management of the workshop we do ask organisations to manage their number of attendees.

We have enabled group registration to assist with participant management per organisation.


Data Standards workshops are recorded for research purposes. All recordings are kept securely, as are the transcripts which may be made from them. No identifying material shall be provided without the participant’s consent. Participants may contact@consumerdatastandards.gov.au should they have any further questions or wish to have any material redacted from the record.

Workshop type

The second workshop is a deeper technical dive that will include the FAPI roadmap including FAPI 2.0, comprehensive demonstration of the FAPI conformance suite including PAR and CDR test and a live demonstration of an AU FAPI implementation going through conformance testing.

Location and date

The workshop will be held online and facilitated by the OIDF and Data Standards Body team. Online tools will announced closer to the workshop date.


This workshop is focused for technical stakeholders of CDR participants including service providers, consumer advocates and software vendors.

Further workshops

Technical workshops will look at technical data standards and the FAPI 2.0 roadmap in future iterations of the Standards.

Dates and high-level agendas for future workshops will be published in due course, based partly on the feedback received at this workshop. We are cognizant of the many exceptional demands being placed on organisations and individuals at this time and we will adjust our timelines appropriately to support progress at a manageable pace.

Engagement with the Consumer Data Standards team

For those keen to engage with us you can:

Check out our website: https://consumerdatastandards.gov.au/

Read the standards here.

Sign up to the Technical Working Group here

Engagement with the Foundation

Visit the OpenID Foundation website: www.openid.net

For detailed information on the Financial-grade API (FAPI) specification including FAQ please visit: https://openid.net/wg/fapi/

Learn more about FAPI conformance and certification here: https://openid.net/certification/

About the Consumer Data Right

The Consumer Data Right (CDR) is a competition and consumer reform which will allow consumers to require a company such as their energy retailer to share their data with an accredited service provider such as a comparison site to get more tailored, competitive services. Consumers will need to consent and authorise their data to be shared under the CDR. Data61 (as the appointed Data Standards Body) is supporting the development of the technical standards that underpin and enable the CDR. Having initially developed standards to meet the needs of the banking sector the focus has now shifted to the energy sector.

This event is hosted by the Data Standards Body Technical Working Group, which focuses on functional requirements for CDR API’s and information security standards, including authorisation and authentication flows. The Technical Working Group is a consultative body that provides recommendations to the Chair of the Data Standards Body who will take into account those recommendations in the course of setting and amending the Consumer Data Standards.

About the OpenID Foundation

The OpenID Foundation (OIDF) promotes, protects and nurtures the OpenID community and technologies.

The OpenID Foundation is a non-profit international standardization organization of individuals and companies committed to enabling, promoting and protecting OpenID technologies. Formed in June 2007, the Foundation serves as a public trust organization representing the open community of developers, vendors, and users. OIDF assists the community by providing needed infrastructure and help in promoting and supporting expanded adoption of OpenID. This entails managing intellectual property and brand marks as well as fostering viral growth and global participation in the proliferation of OpenID.

Further information

For more information or questions, please email: contact@consumerdatastandards.gov.au


May 4
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Event Category:


Online Workshop


Data Standards Body