We currently run four Industry Committees to support our work in areas of interest for Digital Service Providers (DSPs). Members are invited to participate in our Committees directly as well as take part in events and activities run by a particular Committee.
How do the Committees work?
Committees are made up of 5-10 members (including Board Directors) who meet regularly to share information, organise events and guide the work that DSPANZ undertakes in that particular area. The membership of each Committee is reviewed annually.
Members who are not directly involved in a Committee are able to participate in any activities run by the Committee, receive invites to events and keep up to date through that Committee's communication group. Each Committee also has either a corresponding category on the Forum and/or a Slack channel for member participation.
More information about each Committee can be found below.
The EmployTech Industry Committee focuses on the different pieces of technology that an employer uses to
manage and pay their employees. This includes software such as: payroll, award compliance, rostering, HR etc.
Government Digital Services
The Government Digital Services Industry Committee deals with services that DSPs interact with and consume such as: PLS and tax, digital
identity, Digital Services Gateway (DSG), Modernising Business Registers (MBR) and Standard Business Reporting (SBR).
The Peppol Industry Committee supports software developers and interested parties involved in the
development and adoption of eInvoicing solutions in Australia, New Zealand and across the Peppol network.
The Security Standards Committee advises and assists on information and cyber security related matters including the CDR, Critical
Infrastructure, Operational Security Framework, SSAM, SuperStream and the TDIF.
Government and Stakeholder Relations
The Government and Stakeholder Relations Committee was established in May 2020 to bring together government relations representatives
from DSPANZ members to coordinate approaches to government on behalf of the industry. The purpose of this Committee is to explore
opportunities for DSPANZ to expand and deepen our relationships with key government departments and individuals.