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Labor ‘alarmed’ by NDIA exodus

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Bill Shorten has expressed concerns about instability in the National Disability Insurance Agency after it emerged several senior staff have departed the organisation in recent days.

The former opposition leader questioned why NDIS Minister Stuart Robert said the scheme was operating smoothly when four senior staff had resigned in the past week.

The NDIA confirmed the recent departure of two senior leaders – head of markets Antonia Albanese and chief risk officer Anthony Vella – and said deputy CEO Michael Francis will leave the agency in September.

Pro Bono News understands general manager Stephanie Gunn has also quit, although the NDIA has not commented on this.

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Source:
Luke Michael, 2019, Probono Australia (https://probonoaustralia.com.au/)

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