Deploying NDIS is a terrible failure. It used to be an innovative scheme, but due to poor management, architects are barely aware of it.
Trust with participants in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is broken. The government’s consistent focus on reducing the cost of systems designed to improve lives for people with disabilities by managing their independence, choice and how they use their funds to participate in the community. I’m angry and upset.
Prior to today’s major disability conference, two major NDIS architects have blamed the government for handling the plan. In a pre-recorded speech, John Walsh, a former board member of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA, which runs NDIS), said the plan had lost its opportunity.
“I can’t start expressing the combination of arrogance, incompetence, and the power that the federal government has brought to this. It’s a pretty nasty combination,” he said.
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