The pensions dashboards ecosystem
Multiple parties and technical services need to be connected – in what we’re referring to as an ecosystem – to make pensions dashboards work.
Introduction to data standards
Data standards set out the data formatting requirements pension providers must follow when returning pensions data. Once pensions dashboards are operational, there will potentially be thousands of data exchanges daily.
Collaborating with delivery partners
PDP, Government, industry and regulators need to work together to make dashboards a success.
Introduction to the pensions dashboards standards
The standards will provide the rules and controls that will facilitate the ongoing connection to the pensions dashboards ecosystem.
Understanding find and view data
Pension providers and schemes need to be aware of the two types of data that are fundamental to pensions dashboards. It is vital that this data is accurate and kept up-to-date.
Cleansing data in readiness for pensions dashboards
Getting data ready is a critical part of the process for pension providers and schemes preparing data to connect to pensions dashboards.
Dashboards available point
The dashboards available point (DAP) determines when the public will gain access to dashboards. DAP signifies the date when individuals can start using these transformative tools to manage their pensions effectively.