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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Select the "I Agree" button to submit your User ID and Password. Doing so acknowledges that you have read

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

  • 6/1/2015 ACCCT ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF SINGLE SIGN ON
    ACCCT is pleased to introduce a Single Sign On (SSO) environment. This environment allows CDX® users to enter one user name and password to log into the ACCCT CDX® website and then securely access participating data collection organizations (DCOs) websites without being prompted to login again. SSO reduces the need to remember and enter various user name and password combinations for the participating websites. SSO works by creating a trust relationship between the ACCCT CDX® website and the participating DCO website. To set up SSO properly, the browser pop-up blocker must be turned off. Please reference the CDX® user guide for further instructions for using SSO.

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



For more information, contact cdxinfo@wcribma.org