Access to the NDIS for people with imparied decision-making capacity (Report 2: 2018-19) by Queensland Audit Office published on 2018-09-26T02:13:08Z The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is one of the largest public policy reforms ever implemented in Australia. It gives people with disability greater choice and control over the supports they can access in their NDIS plan, and over who provides them. Some people with disability may need help accessing the NDIS. This audit assessed how effectively the Queensland Government is managing the transition to the NDIS and how well prepared it is to oversee services after the transition. This audit examined how effective supports are for those clients—or potential clients—of the NDIS who have impaired decision-making capacity. This is the second report on the NDIS. We tabled The National Disability Insurance Scheme: Report 14: 2017–18 on 3 May 2018.