Give your feedback on the NDIS Digital Partnership Program (DPP).
- Download the Digital Partnership Program Discussion Paper (270KB).
- NDIA Digital Providers Questionnaire (PDF 520KB)
- NDIA Digital Providers Terms and Conditions (PDF 30KB)
Anyone interested in the digital future of the NDIA is invited to respond to this discussion paper with their feedback.
Send your feedback before the consultation closes on 22 March 2020.
You can respond to some or all topics in the paper, and you can also provide feedback about topics that have not been included.
Responses should be no more than ten pages in length, plus attachments.
Send your responses to:
Or by post:
Digital Partnership Program
National Disability Insurance Agency
GPO Box 700
Canberra ACT 2601
The NDIA looks forward to your feedback on how we can best support Digital Partners help participants.
The Digital Partnership Program
The NDIA is developing a Digital Partnership Program, which will manage controlled and secure access to some of the NDIA’s data and systems.
Access will be managed via Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).
These APIs are being created so providers and software developers can create new tools, applications and digital marketplaces to improve how participants, providers and the NDIA all connect and work together.
To understand how this program could best succeed, the NDIA has released this paper to ask for recommendations on:
- If the DPP approach will work
- What additional functionality and support the market would like
- What the market would like to see in future APIs
- The proposed subscription process and terms and conditions
- Data that the market would like access to and the data that the NDIA will be seeking from partners under the DPP
- Any other ideas, feedback, or concerns around the DPP.
All responses received will be used to inform the direction of the DPP.
The first discussion paper
A preliminary discussion paper was released in December 2019 to ask for high level feedback on the DPP plan.
36 responses were received including feedback from registered providers, plan managers, software developers, aggregators and platform intermediaries.
Feedback received during the first consultation round has been taken into consideration in the further development of the DPP and included in the second discussion paper.