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Quality and Safeguarding transition arrangement: Member webinars

NDS is running a series of member-only webinars in coming weeks to update members transitioning into the new Quality and Safeguarding arrangements.

Communities of Practice highlight: ICT and Systems

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The recent meeting of the ICT and Systems Community of Practice included lively discussion around topics ranging from how providers have been transitioning to cloud-based systems to several organisations recruiting a single employee to 'straddle' organisations.

The NDS Communities of Practice (CoP) meetings continue to generate valuable discussion on a range of issues facing disability service providers. The meetings are a great opportunity for providers to share good practice as well as raise any issues they are facing and techniques for approaching them.

Previous ICT and Systems CoP meetings have addressed an array of topics, such as questions around systems integration in the NDIS, collection and monitoring of evidence, and the use of data to influence organisational direction.

In a recent meeting of the ICT and Systems CoP, topics included:

  • The outsourcing of infrastructure, including approaches to cloud-based systems
  • Providers’ organisational strategies regarding notifiable data breaches, following changes to the Privacy Act as of 22 February 2018
  • Recruitment approaches, including consideration of multiple organisations recruiting for a single employee to 'straddle' organisations
  • Recently-released reports, including InfoXchange’s report on technology in the not-for-profit sector and the second edition of NDS’s Australian Disability Workforce Report

NDS invites providers to join a CoP and contribute to the conversation.

The next ICT and Systems CoP meeting will be on Tuesday 8 May 2018, from 9.30 to 11:00am. Register here.

Contact information
Henry Newton, Project and Policy Officer, 03 8341 4323,