Act Bilateral Agreement Ndis
The Agreement on the Full NDIS System between the Commonwealth and Victoria entered into force on 1 July 2019. The Victoria NDIS began in 2013 with a trial in the Barwon area. The Victorian Government and the Commonwealth Government signed a bilateral agreement for the transition to NDIS in 2015. Based on this agreement, NDIS launched a continuous rollout in Victoria in 2016. As part of the agreement, a Victorian Community Advisory Council will be established. This will allow Victorians with disabilities to have a say in how the NDIS is governed and operates. First, there were two bilateral agreements between the Commonwealth and Victoria. To learn more about why NDIS is important and how it works, visit the NDIS website. The Victorian government has set up the NDIS Implementation Task Force. Find all the NDIS areas in Victoria, including the local government territories that are included in each. The Victorian government will continue to support the transition of the NDIS beyond 30 June 2019. This will ensure that people with disabilities are not disadvantaged and continue to receive the services they need until they join the NDIS. We also invested $26 million* to transform Victoria`s disabled staff as part of the transition to NDIS.
(* Includes US$4.88 million provided by the Commonwealth Government`s NDIS Sector Development Fund.) . . . .