The development of use cases for data shared under Australia’s Consumer Data Right will be critical to its success.
Following our recent blog post on Australia’s Consumer Data Right: One year in and the release of the latest Treasury Consultation paper introducing new ways to receive CDR data, we now want to gauge organisations’ intentions around the use of CDR data.
To do this, Open Data Australia, Quill Peak Consulting and Robin Scarborough are conducting a short Pulse Check of organisations’ intentions around using CDR data. The aim is to get a snapshot of where organisations are on their CDR journey.
We would value your input – even if you have not yet started thinking about CDR data!
You can complete the pulse check here: Pulse Check.
It requires completing just six (6) questions and will take no more than 5 minutes to complete.
All responses are confidential, and we will not publish information that could identify an organisation or an individual participant such as your name, email address or company particulars.
Everyone who responds will be sent a copy of our report which will also be shared here.
We appreciate you taking the time to contribute to a better understanding of how the CDR ecosystem will evolve.
David Giddy - Quill Peak Consulting
Jamie Leach - Open Data Australia
Paul Wiebusch - Quill Peak Consulting
Robin Scarborough - Independent consultant
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