The CPSU is making the case for a better NDIS in the public sphere.

Your CPSU Deputy National Secretary Beth Vincent-Pietsch spoke on the ABC’s 7:30 report, representing CPSU members who want the country to know what is happening at the NDIA.

NDIA members and their concerns have also been raised across the media:

“The Agency needs a lot of work ... especially for their employees with disability.” - 7:30 report

“NDIA management implements constant policy changes to clear backlogs, this does not address the underlying issues of understaffing and under-resourcing which only shifts problems from one part of the agency to another.” - The Australian

“The impact of the Coalition’s staffing cap has meant that staffing levels have stayed the same while workloads increase.” - Sydney Morning Herald

“So many people have come to the union talking about the fact that they are not getting the support that they need.” - ABC News

The CPSU is committed to ensuring your voice is heard by management, parliament and the country.

Thank you for raising your collective voices to help make the NDIS the best it can be.