Compliance within the NDIS means following the standards established by the NDIA and the National Commission on Quality and Safeguards (. Details on the quality requirements and safeguards of the NDIS Commission can be found in NDIS legislation, standards and policies. The NDIS Commission will inform you about the type of audit you need, which will be based on your registry groups. Compliance within the NDIS means following the standards established by the NDIA and the National Quality and Safeguards Commission (NDIS Commission).
Suppliers may have to apply for revocation to the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission (NDIS Commission) or they may choose not to renew their registration. The NDIS Commission provides information and guidance to help you understand how to meet the requirements in the context of your organization. This letter makes it clear that the ACCC Commission and the NDIS will take action when suppliers violate consumer protection law. The NDIS Commission will work with you to help you understand and comply with registration responsibilities.
To apply for or renew registration with the NDIS Commission, all suppliers are audited according to the NDIS practical standards.