Gateways facilitate the transfer of electronic data messages compliant with the SuperStream Data and Payment Standard (the Standard) – for example, an employer sending information about super contributions for an employee to their super fund.
The superannuation transaction network (STN) ensures that this data exchange occurs in a reliable, efficient and secure manner.
To be eligible to send or receive SuperStream messages via the STN, gateway operators must be accredited.
How to become a gateway operator
To become a gateway operator, you must:
- meet the entry criteria
- achieve gateway accreditation
- meet the legal requirements for operating within the STN.
As part of this process, all gateway operator candidates are required to complete interoperability testing to demonstrate they have the technical capability to operate in the network.
To become a gateway operator, email the Gateway Operators’ Group secretariat at:
Accredited gateway operators
To be able to send or receive SuperStream messages via the superannuation transaction network, gateway operators must be accredited. A list of accredited operators is available here.