We lodged our submission – Trusted Data Sharing, Now and in the Future – to the Productivity Commission Inquiry on 29 July 2016.
Our submission highlighted that trust is the cornerstone of data sharing arrangements in place within the payments industry today. Data sharing must align five key elements: security, privacy, compliance and liability, consumer interests and commercial incentives.
Following our submission, the PC released a Draft Report. AusPayNet provided a submission to the Draft Report, which highlighted that AusPayNet would provide support and guidance to the payments industry in determining standards for data sharing.
The Inquiry’s Final Report was released on 8 May 2017.
The Government's Response to the Recommendations of the Final Report was made public on 1 May 2018. A Media Release from the Minister for Human Services along with the Government's full response is available here.