Member Account Attribute Service

The Member Account Attribute Service (MAAS) is a service for superannuation providers to report changes to a member's account attributes when they occur. MAAS is also used for reporting lost members to the ATO. MAAS incorporates an optional build component for a provision of details (POD) service that allows trustees to request ATO-held contact details on-demand (for example, before a member becomes lost).

Latest news

28 June 2018

Version 1.1 of the combined Super Member (SPRMBR) 2018 package  for MAAS is available on In this version the validation rule to check the Suburb/Town/City field does not contain a state code, has been updated to only validate where the country is Australia.

22 June 2018

Version 1.0 of the combined Super Member (SPRMBR) 2018 package for MAAS is available on The package contains the technical artefacts for both MAAS and the Member Account Transaction Service (MATS). This version includes the latest XSD (XML schema).

22 March 2018

A reminder, if you are planning to onboard to MAAS, you will need to complete registration, certification and whitelisting. These requirements are applicable for the use of all ATO digital services, including the MAAS service.

  1. Registration - Complete the ‘SBR developer registration’ form on Online services for DSPs. A member of the Digital Partnership Office (DPO) will be in contact to help manage and assist you through the build process including any requirements as established through the Digital service provider (DSP) Operational Framework.
  2. Certification - Execute the conformance tests for the Superannuation Member Information (SPRMBRINFO) available via the SBR ShareFile. Note access to the SBR ShareFile needs to be requested through the SBR service desk.
    Once ready to move into production you will need to request to certify your service via
  3. Whitelisting - After you have requested certification and our checks are completed you will be issued with a Production ID. This will allow you to connect the service in production. Security obligations will also be discussed and a member of DPO will guide you through this process.

Technical artefacts, checklists and guides

MAAS technical and business documentation is available via the Superannuation page on

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