It’s my third week as Assistant Commissioner for the Digital Partnership Office (DPO) and I’ve enjoyed my meetings with many of you over this time. I’m looking forward to meeting more of you in the near future and learning about your work.
The meetings have provided an excellent opportunity to hear directly from you about what’s important in your space. I appreciate your openness in providing feedback and encourage you to keep doing so. I know how critical early consultation and co-design are in guiding us to understand and validate problems, and to deliver improvements.
I am committed to partnering with you to deliver important outcomes by providing early information on key priorities through engagement and transparent communication. This ensures the services we provide meet community requirements and align with the natural DSP ecosystem.
I’d also like to welcome our ASIC DSPs and information brokers. Some of you have already been onboarded and are acclimatising to our digital services. The Operational Security Framework webinar for ASIC DSPs and information brokers on 4 May will provide essential information for your journey with us.
If you haven’t already, check out the ATO API Portal which is currently in beta phase. A request to register is available on Online services for DSPs (OS4DSPs).
I look forward to building our partnership as we work to deliver on our program of work for 2022 and beyond.
Best wishes for a safe and well-deserved Easter holiday break.
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