The Department of Social Services, in partnership with the Australian Bureau of Statistics and Australian Institute of Health and Welfare are leading this phase of the NDDA.
The NDDA will be co-designed and co-governed with state and territory governments, and the disability community.
The Department of Social Services are planning to consult with the disability sector on a plan for the next stage of the NDDA in the second half of 2022.
The pilot was delivered by nine partners who worked together:
- The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
- The Department of Social Services
- National Disability Insurance Agency
- Technical Project Team (based in the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare)
State and territories:
- National Project Team (based in the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet)
- Governments of New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and South Australia
During the NDDA pilot data was linked from the Commonwealth, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia, and the National Disability Insurance Agency.
The pilot was informed by the NDDA Disability Advisory Council. The Council engaged the disability community and provided guidance to the project throughout the pilot phase.