All data requests are reviewed by the Access Panel, and the success of the application depends on the intended use of the data. Data will be supplied to applicants if it is determined to be for the benefit of the dairy industry.
The table below summarises the costs associated with data requests:
|Application fee (Access Panel)||$179.31 per request|
|Administration fee||$500 per request|
|Base programming fee (inc. 4hrs programming)||$500 per approved data extract|
|Additional programming fee||$125 per hour (or part thereof)|
|Extract fee||$0.33 per animal per season of Core Data|
|Maximum cost per extract||$80,000|
|Additional extracts fee||$500 per extract and $0.03 per animal|
DairyNZ as the custodian of the core database is governed by the Dairy Industry (Herd Testing and New Zealand Dairy Core Database) Regulations 2001.
Regulation 25 (Confidentiality) requires DairyNZ to keep confidential:
- Information contained in an application to the Panel in relation to the supply of data in the core database
- The fact that an application has been made.
- The fact that any data in the core database has been made available as a result of an application.