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NDIA passes 150 days without a permanent CEO

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Bill Shorten has slammed the Morrison government for failing to appoint a new National Disability Insurance Agency CEO, five months on from the sudden resignation of former boss Robert De Luca.

Last Friday marked 150 days since the NDIA had a permanent CEO, after De Luca quit to become the head of Zenitas Healthcare just weeks before the federal election.

Then social services minister Paul Fletcher said in April the search for a new government-appointed CEO would “commence immediately”, with Vicki Rundle acting as CEO in the meantime.

Shorten, Labor’s NDIS spokesperson, said the delay in appointing a new CEO showed that people with disability were being “treated with contempt” by the Morrison government.

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

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