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BCCM submission

BCCM’s submission provides feedback from co-operatives operating in the NDIS and highlights the role co-operatives can play in market development.

The submission speaks to concerns on market readiness and opportunities for transformational innovation in the NDIS, in order for participants to exercise full choice and control.

The BCCM encourages the formation of more co-operatives and mutuals, especially those where the members are consumers and workers, as part of a broader strategy to change the culture of service provision to one that is member centric.

Jurisdiction: Australian Government

Committee: House of Representatives Joint Standing Committee on the National Disability Insurance Scheme

Submission date: 16 August 2017


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