Explainer: Amendments to the ‘Getting the NDIS Back on Track No. 1’ Bill

Parliament has been considering the Government’s National Disability Insurance Scheme Amendment (Getting the NDIS Back on Track No. 1) Bill 2024 (‘Bill’) since it was introduced on 27 March 2024. We explained why the Bill was introduced, and what it proposes to change, in our previous Explainer from 18 April.

There have been several important developments since then, including:

In this Explainer, we summarise and analyse the amendments made to the Bill so far, and amendments now proposed, that may have the broadest impact on the disability community.

The Explainer can be downloaded as a PDF or a Word document.

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