The Board of the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) has announced that it has accepted, with regret, the resignation of CEO Mr Martin Hoffman, effective 2 July 2022.
Mr Hoffman commenced as CEO in November 2019.
Dr Denis Napthine AO, Chair of the NDIS Board, commended Mr Hoffman for his stewardship of the Scheme through such an important stage of its evolution.
“During Martin’s leadership the NDIS completed the full transition from the old systems – and grew dramatically with now more than 520,000 participants benefiting from the Scheme.
He has also overseen significant participant experience improvements, with an emphasis on digital investment that will deliver further improvements in future.
He led the Agency with passion, grace and commitment, including managing through the impacts of the COVID pandemic.”
Mr Hoffman said “It has been an absolute privilege to have served in this role for the last three years.
I wish the Scheme, and its participants, families, carers and providers all the very best for the future.
I thank the amazing staff of the Agency for their dedication and support.”
Current NDIA Deputy CEO, Dr Lisa Studdert, will act as the NDIS CEO from July 2.
The NDIA Board will immediately start an open recruitment process to appoint the next NDIA CEO.