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Operational Plan Commitment between the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), State Government of South Australia and Commonwealth Government for transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)



1Terms of the South Australian Operational Plan 2

1.1Purpose 2

1.2Working together 3

1.3Key Elements 3

2Performance and accountability 5

2.1South Australian Operational Plan Governance 5

2.2Progress monitoring and reporting 6

2.3Privacy 7

2.4Confidentiality 8

2.5General 8

2.6Escalation of issues 8

3Part 1 – Bilateral and National Policy Elements 9

4Part 2 – Administration and Service Delivery Elements 25

Contents


1Terms of the South Australian Operational Plan 2

1.1Purpose 2

1.2Working together 3

1.3Key Elements 3

2Performance and accountability 5

2.1South Australian Operational Plan Governance 5

2.2Progress monitoring and reporting 6

2.3Privacy 7

2.4Confidentiality 8

2.5General 8

2.6Escalation of issues 8

3Part 1 – Bilateral and National Policy Elements 9

4Part 2 – Administration and Service Delivery Elements 25

Background

On 11 December 2015 the Prime Minister and the Premier of South Australia signed a Bilateral Agreement for Transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

This Operational Plan sets out the implementation arrangements to give effect to the Bilateral Agreement and other key deliverables agreed between the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), the State Government of South Australia and Commonwealth Government to support the roll out of the full NDIS. The Operational Plan has been developed in partnership between these Parties and serves as the roadmap for transitioning to the NDIS as best achieved in South Australia.

1Terms of the South Australian Operational Plan

1.1Purpose


This Operational Plan identifies a program of work and the responsibilities of the Parties during transition to the full NDIS commencing 1 February 2016 and supports the high level Bilateral Agreements and supporting Schedules agreed between governments on transition.

The State Government of South Australia, the Commonwealth Government, and the NDIA acknowledge the transition to the NDIS is a shared responsibility of all Parties that requires a considered approach.

From February 2016, the NDIS will be progressively rolled out in South Australia and by June 2018 the NDIA will have responsibility for eligible participants who are existing clients in South Australia.

This Operational Plan outlines the implementation actions for the transition to the full Scheme in South Australia from February 2016. It identifies the key elements required in South Australia to transition to full Scheme, including the respective roles and responsibilities of governments and the NDIA in achieving the outcomes in this Operational Plan.

This Operational Plan is to be considered in conjunction with the Bilateral Agreement between the Commonwealth and South Australia (Transition to a National Disability Insurance Scheme) and accompanying schedules.

For the removal of doubt, nothing within the Operational Plan shall override agreements between the Commonwealth and the State Government of South Australia as set out in the Bilateral Agreement and accompanying schedules

The Parties acknowledge actions agreed in the Operational Plan are to be implemented consistent with policies and frameworks agreed by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) and/or the COAG Disability Reform Council.

The Parties acknowledge that actions highlighted in the Operational Plan will continue to be shaped by the development and finalisation of a range of policy settings that will have flow-on impacts to the key elements critical for transition to the NDIS. For example:

Development and implementation of a nationally consistent quality and safeguarding framework for the NDIS.

Market design work between the NDIA, the Commonwealth and the states and territories to define governance arrangements, and roles and responsibilities for the development of the market including a market intervention framework and participant and provider readiness.

Outcomes arising from the review of the NDIS Act 2013.

1.2Working together


This Operational Plan has been developed in partnership between the NDIA, the Commonwealth Government and the State Government of South Australia. The Parties are committed to closely collaborating on this Operational Plan to ensure implementation of the Plan is founded on strong planning processes and a commitment to work closely in achieving the best possible outcomes for people with disability, their families and carers.

The Parties will act in partnership on the co-design and delivery of the actions as detailed in this Operational Plan, including through working groups established between the NDIA and jurisdictional representatives and agreed roles and responsibilities identified in the Operational Plan.




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