Decision-making controls for sustainability — National Disability Insurance Scheme access
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The objective of this audit is to assess the effectiveness of controls being implemented and/or developed by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to ensure National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) access decisions are consistent with legislative and other requirements.
The ANAO proposes to examine whether:
- Suitable information, training and guidance is available to support effective decision-making about access to the NDIS;
- Suitable administrative systems and processes are in place to support transparent, accurate, timely and consistent assessment of eligibility; and
- Suitable quality and compliance arrangements have been established to mitigate the risk of incorrect NDIS access decisions.
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