Pensions Dashboards

“Enable individuals to access their pensions information online, securely and all in one place, thereby supporting better planning for retirement and growing financial wellbeing.”

Chris Curry

Principal, Pensions Dashboards Programme

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Contract opportunities for external suppliers

The Pensions Dashboards Programme has commenced an informal market engagement exercise ​to help define potential future procurement, which will meet our requirements for the development of a digital architecture solution. Find out more about our procurement processes and how you can register your organisation’s interest with us.

Procurement processes

Frequently Asked Questions

The most frequently asked questions on UK’s Pensions Dashboards programme.

Where can I go for help about my pensions now?

Depending upon your query, the following organisations can help you:

To help locate your lost pensions contact The Pension Tracing Service: https://www.gov.uk/find-pension-contact-details/

For help with general guidance about pensions or if you have got a problem, complaint or dispute with your occupation or private pension arrangement contact The Pensions Advisory Service: https://www.pensionsadvisoryservice.org.uk/

For free and impartial advice about your defined contribution pension options contact Pensionwise: https://www.pensionwise.gov.uk/en

Why have the Industry Delivery Group changed their name to the Pensions Dashboards Programme?

We (with support from government delivery partners and key stakeholders) have decided to change our name to the Pensions Dashboards Programme to reflect the fact that this is a significant programme of work with multiple delivery partners across government and industry. Industry do and will continue to play a critical role in making pensions dashboards a reality and are represented on the PDP Steering Group and via industry Working Groups.

Why won’t you set a date for when you expect dashboards to be available to the public?

We plan to lay out a more detailed timeline by the end of the year. What we are clear about is that services will only launch to the public when a number of key requirements have been met, including enough pension schemes being able to participate with good standards of data, robust security, and with thorough testing of the user experience.

What information will I be able to see on pensions dashboards when they launch?

It’s expected the first dashboards will show quite simple information, similar to what’s available on your annual benefit statements or on request from your pension provider. Recognising that you will want to know more about your pensions on future dashboards we will regularly review the information available to you.

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