Technical Working Group
The Consumer Data Standards program is being supported by various open work streams, sharing feedback and progress with the broader Australian and international community.
The Technical Working Group is accountable for conducting consultations and drafting subsequent technical recommendations to the Chair of the Data Standards Body for changes to the technical standards.
This incorporates the following specific accountabilities:
- Recommendations related to information security;
- Recommendations related to high level technical standards;
- Recommendations on the structure and format of the APIs for the transfer of data;
- The creation of documentation, tools and reference implementations to support the understanding and implementation of the standards.
DSB & ACCC | Weekly | Consumer Data Right Implementation Call
The Data Standards Body has regularly consulted with participants in the design and development of the Consumer Data Standards (CDS) and Consumer Experience (CX).
The purpose of these meetings is to provide a forum that is accessible to all and offers Consumer Data Right (CDR) participants undertaking implementation activities, a way to raise questions for clarification whilst getting access to important updates on the CDR and standards changes. These meetings offer an opportunity for data holders and their providers to better understand how to interpret and implement the rules, CX and standards.
These calls are co-facilitated with the ACCC to ensure that all Australia Deposit-taking Institutions (ADIs) have access to support across all aspects of the CDR.
For further details on the weekly meetings, including connection details, agendas and meeting notes, see here.
Consultations are conducted by the Technical Working Group on GitHub.
You can sign up for updates from the Technical Work Stream.