The National Disability Insurance Scheme (Report 14: 2017–18) by Queensland Audit Office published on 2018-04-27T02:57:25Z The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is transforming the way Australians with disability obtain support services. It is a major national reform, jointly governed and funded through a partnership between the Commonwealth and the state and territory governments. The NDIS intends to give people choice and control over the supports they need, including the ability to manage their own funding if they wish. It is changing the way disability support services are delivered, as well as government services such as education, health, housing, justice and transport services. This audit assessed how effectively the Queensland Government is managing the transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme and how well prepared it is to oversee services after the transition.