CDR Participant Guidance Strategy Survey

Closes 12 Aug 2022

Opened 18 Jul 2022


The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) wants to better understand the guidance needs of Consumer Data Right (CDR) stakeholders. This survey is for businesses and individuals who are holders or receivers of CDR data, or who provide services to these parties. For example, this includes data holders, accredited persons, CDR representatives and third-party service providers.

The ACCC is working with the other CDR agencies to develop a cross-agency guidance strategy. This work recognises that there are currently several different channels that CDR stakeholders use to ask questions and find information. The high-level aim of the strategy is to ensure guidance is coordinated and consistent across CDR agencies.

Provide your views

If you are a CDR stakeholder, we want to hear about how you find information about the CDR, as well as any issues you experience finding and using CDR guidance. This survey should take no more than 5 minutes to complete and will help inform the cross-agency guidance strategy.


The CDR is a dual-regulator model, with the ACCC and the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) responsible for jointly monitoring compliance. The Treasury leads CDR policy and within Treasury, the Data Standards Body (DSB) develops the Standards that prescribe the technical requirements for how data is shared under the CDR.

Provide your views


  • Small business
  • All business


  • Consumer issues
  • Consumer data right