Market Information and Useful Links
Benchmarking Project Overview
Effective and sustainable service delivery for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is critical to achieving a vibrant and responsive market. A lack of useful information currently constrains this development and benchmarking would be a useful, reliable and powerful resource.
Benchmarking functions are common in most industries and have been effectively developed in the Australian aged care sector and in the social care sectors in the UK and USA.
Find out more information on our Benchmarking Project Overview.
Market Position Statements
Market Position Statements seek to share information about the emerging NDIS marketplace, allowing providers to better understand areas of expected demand growth and the characteristics of particular markets around Australia.
The statement for each jurisdiction can be accessed on the Market Position Statements page.
Market Approach (Statement of Opportunity and Intent)
The Market Approach has been developed to communicate the NDIA approach to market stewardship during transition of the sector to the NDIS and delivering a big increase in available services. It seeks to enable and support growth in supply by outlining how the Agency will work with industry and the wider community as NDIS stakeholders to facilitate major growth in the size, number and range of disability support providers and the services they offer.
The Market Approach aims to reduce market risk and increase confidence thereby encouraging providers to invest in delivering NDIS services. There is a recognition that in order for businesses of all sizes and types to confidently and sustainably grow and innovate under the NDIS there needs to be as much clarity about the market development as possible, including what they can expect from the NDIA as a market steward.
View the Market Approach
Quarterly Reports and Dashboards
The quarterly reports and dashboards provide information (including statistics) about participants in each jurisdiction and the funding or provision of supports by the NDIA in each jurisdiction.
This information can be accessed from the Quarterly Reports page.