National Disability Data Asset

Data provides useful information for designing supports and services that meet the situations, needs and goals of people with disability. However datasets are largely disconnected.

The National Disability Data Asset (NDDA) is a pilot that aims to link datasets across government departments and jurisdictions to  improve data quality and comparability, creating a wide range of new insights through analysis. The NDDA maintains highest standards to ensure data integrity and privacy through the process. 

DA Disability Advisory Council
Thursday 1st January, 1970

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