What is the National Disability Data Asset (NDDA)?

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The NDDA will be a new way to link data about people with disability.

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When we talk about data, we mean:

  • facts
  • information
  • records.

The NDDA will get the data from:

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  • different parts of the government

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  • surveys we have now.

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The NDDA will also get data from organisations that:

  • work with people with disability
  • give data to the government.

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The NDDA will help us understand the outcomes for people with disability.

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Outcomes are the important results we want to get for people with disability.

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The NDDA is a growing collection of data.

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We will update it with new data over time.