Public Interest Disclosure

The NDIA and the Public Interest Disclosure Act

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is subject to the Public Interest Disclosure Act 2013 (PID Act).

This legislation says the NDIA must have a way for a person to report conduct of the NDIA that the public should know about.

This is called a public interest disclosure (PID).

The NDIA has a procedure to follow to make a PID. The key points covered in the procedures include:

  • People who are current or past public officials can make a PID. Members of the public who are not public officials cannot make a PID.
  • PIDs can be made verbally or in writing.
  • PIDs can be made anonymously.
  • Authorised Officers can receive PIDs.
  • Public officials are obliged to cooperate with PID investigations.

Principal Officer’s Procedures

Download the procedures below:

Authorised officers

The people listed below are authorised officers at the NDIA. 

  • Corri McKenzie
  • David Gifford
  • Debbie Mitchell
  • Garth O’Brien
  • Jamie Lowe
  • John Dardo
  • Liz Neville
  • Rebecca Falkingham
  • Sam Bennett.

They can receive a PID by e-mail at [email protected].

Read more about the NDIA's current organisational structure.

This page current as of
1 June 2023