The NDIA has developed a Digital Partnership Program (DPP), 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, apps and digital marketplaces to improve how participants, providers and the NDIA all connect and work together.
We have now expanded the terms and conditions to allow software developers working with registered providers can access the APIs.
This means that software developers working with registered providers can access the NDIA APIs to improve systems for registered providers.
Information on the APIs, terms and conditions and how to request access is now available.
We look forward to working with developers and registered providers to create systems that help streamline transactions, reduce administration, and improve the experience of NDIS participants.