Consumer Data Right rules and standards design papers

This consultation process has now been completed.
Consultation Type
Invitation to Comment

Key Documents

As part of announcing developments in Australia’s Consumer Data Right, Treasury and the Data Standards Body are seeking input on the development of rules and standards to implement:

  • a peer-to-peer data access model in the energy sector
  • an ‘opt-out’ data sharing model for joint accounts in the banking and energy sectors. 

To support consultation and elicit informal feedback on these issues, two design papers are available for stakeholders’ consideration.


You can provide feedback on the issues outlined in the design papers up until 26 May 2021. Feedback may be provided either via email or published on our GitHub repository:

There will also be opportunities for discussion and feedback during May through various CDR forums and engagement mechanisms. 

Respondents who would like to provide feedback on a confidential basis should ensure that this is clearly indicated.

Legal requirements, such as those imposed by the Freedom of Information Act 1982, may affect the confidentiality of your feedback.


No submissions are currently available.