Operational Framework to be Recognised as an Alternative Accreditation Method by ACCC
In a win for the industry, the ACCC has recently announced that they intend to recognise both ISO 27001 and the ATO's DSP Operational
Framework as alternative accreditation methods for Consumer Data Right (CDR) at the restricted level. This move will potentially reduce the
costs of CDR accreditation and open up the doors for more DSPs that are interested in becoming Accredited Data Recipients (ADRs).
Over the past few months, there has been a lot of activity in the e-invoicing space. Most importantly, included in the announcement of
the Australian Government's Digital Business Plan, is a commitment to mandate e-invoicing by 1 July 2022 for all Commonwealth Government
agencies. Read more about this and other e-invoicing happenings here.
Options for Establishing a Consumer Data Right in New Zealand
ABSIA submitted to New Zealand's Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment's consultation on Options for Establishing a
Consumer Data Right in New Zealand on 5 October 2020. A full copy of this submission can be accessed here.