The CADRE project will establish a shared and distributed sensitive data access management platform for the social sciences and related disciplines.
The CADRE project aims to develop the integrated infrastructure required to implement the 5 Safes Framework in Australian research institutions and collaborating government and private sector agencies. This new framework is being adapted for use by the Office of the National Data Commissioner, which is developing new legislative and data governance frameworks designed to reduce barriers to access to data held by government while maintaining public trust that sensitive data is only being released and used appropriately. A central and critical element of this will be the 5 Safes Framework, which will provide a basis for the release of government data. The new CADRE platform will enable data owners and users to address the core concerns around governance, creation, management and sharing of sensitive data for research. As a result, Australia’s research sector will have improved access to the data needed to develop solutions to a wide range of public problems.
Who is this project for?
- Research organisations
- Infrastructure providers
- Government (state and commonwealth)
What does this project enable?
This project will enable government data providers to share sensitive data with accredited users quickly and efficiently, while managing risk. As a result, Australia’s research sector will have improved access to the data needed to develop solutions to a wide range of public problems.