Next steps for Central Office in the lead up to the NDIS

On 14 September 2015, Jim Longley, Deputy Secretary Ageing, Disability and Home Care, emailed ADHC Central Office staff about the next steps in the lead up to the NDIS in NSW and the transfer of services to the NGO sector.

You can read the full email here.

The roll out of the NDIS and transfer of services to the NGO sector means that there are a lot of changes happening in the disability sector at the moment. The expertise and experience of ADHC Central Office staff is vital to implementing the changes.  

Business plans and work timetables for ADHC Central Office need to be developed and KPMG have been engaged to help plan for the next steps for Central Office and to prepare for the transfer of ADHC’s current responsibilities.

This means that the work each area of Central Office is currently undertaking, the new work that needs to be undertaken and projected timeframes will be analysed to plan and prioritise work, to enable a smooth transition to the NDIS in NSW.

Representatives from KPMG will be consulting with the Directors and Executive Directors about their areas.

More detail about the upcoming activities will be provided as soon as possible.



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