9th September 2021 Update
Results of this survey now available here
Could you spare 7 minutes to help make CDR better for everyone?
As the ecosystem matures and more ADRs and DHs come on board, we are starting to look towards a future with much higher participation rates. Yet, purely measuring participation in terms of accredited recipients or data holders may not be indicative of success.
So what is success? Can we measure it? How might we measure it, and what will a successful CDR look like when we get there? Should we even measure it and if so, why?
Some of these questions might be answered through a short survey, the results of which will be published here and made available to Treasury, ACCC and DSB for consideration as part of ongoing discussions and consultation work.
This survey is anonymous and all questions are optional
This survey hasn't been rigorously designed using proven and sound academic principles. It is probably flawed in many ways. It may well contain and in some way impose unintended biases. It is probably a blunt instrument that some may find inappropriate for the purpose. The intent in creating this is to open up the discussion, elevate the dialogue, get people talking more about CDR in order to expose potential issues, receive feedback, and hopefully made CDR better for everyone.
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