This is an interim implementation of the CDR Thesaurus.  It is a living document. The aim is to capture the different language used by various source documents that describe features of the CDR.

The DSB’s goal is to consolidate the various terms used in our standards and CX guidelines, and to capture the context that guided our language choice. Our hope is that this living document will assist the CDR community work towards a common understanding, and eventually a harmonised, approved CDR terminology.

We welcome all feedback, contributions and clarifications to this interim version of the CDR Thesaurus and anticipate a future-state as a moderated Wiki which would encourage greater interaction and shared ownership with the CDR community.

The Thesaurus can be found here.