This request includes details about your driver partner account and payments you received. Uber must comply with notice on 1 November 2017. Ride-sourcing is taxi travel for the purposes of the GST law. It's estimated up to 125,000 individuals offer, or have offered this service. Details of ride-sourcing providers (drivers) and the payments they have received during the 2015–16 to 2018–19 financial years, will be requested from ride-sourcing facilitators and/or the ride-sourcing facilitators’ financial institutions. We'll match the data provided against our records to identify drivers who may not be meeting their registration, reporting, lodgment and/or payment obligations. Where we are unable to match a driver's details against our records, we will get further information from other sources. This protocol has been prepared to meet requirements of the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner’s Guidelines on Data Matching in Australian Government Administration (2014) (the Guidelines). This data matching protocol has been amended from the original version published in December 2016 to include ride-sourcing facilitators as additional data providers – and to extend the financial years included in the program. What we will do before amending a return Previous programs Prior to this data matching protocol being published – data was gained under the Ride-sourcing 2015 data matching protocol from a ride-sourcing facilitators’ financial institutions. It was then matched against our records. The data sets requested under this program protocol include data from ride-sourcing facilitators and the ride-sourcing facilitators’ financial institutions. To date, the data has been used exclusively in a number of educational campaigns to alert drivers to their tax obligations. In future, the data will be used for education and targeted compliance activities. Data related matters Data matching and user agency We are the matching agency and in most cases the sole user of the data gained in the course of this data matching program. The data matching program will be conducted on our secure systems in accordance with approved policies and procedures. In very limited and specific circumstances we may be permitted by law to disclose individual records to other government agencies.