About this inquiry
The objective of the committee’s inquiry into General issues around the implementation and performance of the NDIS is to identify broad systemic issues relating to the implementation and operation of the Scheme. After 30 June each year, the committee reports to Parliament on issues that have arisen during the reporting period and offers recommendations intended to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Scheme.
The committee seeks information about the implementation and performance of the NDIS. In particular, the committee invites submissions and information from participants, their carers and family members, service providers, and representative providers.
The committee’s inquiry into General issues relating to the implementation and performance of the NDIS (General Issues inquiry) is an ongoing inquiry. The committee tables a report for the inquiry after 30 June each year. Submissions to the inquiry may be made at any time.
The committee tabled its first report for the General Issues inquiry for the 46th Parliament in December 2020. The report considered evidence received before 31 October 2020.
The committee will table its next report for the inquiry after 30 June 2021.
Submissions outlining details of individual cases or complaints may assist the committee in identifying broader systemic issues for investigation. However, the committee is not in a position to provide advice on individual circumstances, nor is it able to overturn or remake decisions made by the National Disability Insurance Agency. People with concerns about these matters should contact the National Disability Insurance Agency directly.