Compensation Data Exchange, LLC (CDX) is an entity responsible for electronic data interchange between data providers and Data Collection Organizations (DCOs). CDX is a product developed by the American Cooperative Council on Compensation Technology (ACCCT), and licensed to Compensation Data Exchange, LLC. ACCCT and Compensation Data Exchange, LLC have been formed by their managing DCOs to provide products and resources to:

  • align products/services to the business needs of their customers and managing participants
  • provide managing participants cost effective solutions through expense and resource sharing
  • deliver solutions that provide for ongoing data collection and reporting efficiencies for customers and managing DCOs
  • provide value to the industry by utilizing analytics and benchmarking tools to gain insight and vision to effectively plan for the future

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and accepted the CDX "Terms and Conditions" regarding the use of this website.

Terms and Conditions

TO APPLY, complete and submit an  Insurer User Management Group (UMG) Primary Administrator Application

CDX Notifications and Updates

  • 4/18/2017 Single Sign On (SSO) Update
    In April, 2017, MI  now joins DE, PA, MA, MN, NC and NY in offering Single Sign On to CDX users.    Additional DCOs will be offering this feature throughout the year.  Please reference the CDX user guide for further instructions for using SSO.
  • 3/20/2017 CDX Internet Support Policy
    CDX supports Internet Explorer 11.0 or Google Chrome with the latest service pack applied.  CDX will only provide support for these versions.
  • 3/13/2017 EXR Online Training
    EXR Online Training sessions are now available on the web site.  There are five EXR training sessions.  All CDX online product training is now located in the Online Training Center,  including a function to provide feedback.

Record Retention and Deletion Policy:

Records deleted on a daily basis:

  • EXRs that have an expiration date older than 2 years and an issue date older than 2 years
  • Policies that have an expiration date older than 2 years and an entry date older than 2 years
  • delete any USRs that meet the following criteria:
    • Have a most recent submission date that is older than 3 years or
    • Have not been submitted and have an entry date older than 3 years.

See the PEEP and BEEP User Guides for additional archive information

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