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Frequently Asked Question

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Last modified by Nick Brooks - 17/05/2012 17:44:38
Tags: bsc , data , mdd
What is Market Domain Data (MDD)?
Market Domain Data (MDD) is the central repository of Supplier Volume Allocation (SVA) market information and is essential to the operation of the SVA Trading Arrangements as it includes critical parameters such as Standard Settlement Configurations, Profile Classes and GSP Groups.

In order for the Trading Arrangements to operate efficiently, it is essential that all parties utilise the correct data at all times therefore, the generation, maintenance and distribution of such data needs to be managed in a secure and auditable manner.

To meet this requirement the SVA Agent acts as the single, central repository for all such data and is responsible for its maintenance and distribution to all interested parties, Market Participants and Agents.

For further information on Standard Settlement Configurations and Profile Classes see the relevant FAQs relating to those types of data.

To view tables and reports based on the currently published version of MDD, see the Market Domain Data (MDD) section of the portal.