NDIS Commission Portal
The NDIS Commission Portal contains tools for providers to manage their registration and meet their obligations.
NDIS Commission Portal access is currently only available to registered providers in some Australian jurisdictions. Providers will be able to access the Portal after the NDIS Commission start date in their state or territory.
Providers can now submit Behaviour support plans and Incident reports – including 24 Hour and 5 Day reports – directly within the NDIS Commission Portal. This is in addition to other recent Portal improvements, including the ability to seamlessly switch between organisations and roles without having to log in and log out of multiple sessions, and a new self-provisioning feature that allows delegated provider staff to provide access for other staff in their organisations. Auskey accounts are no longer required.
The NDIS Commission Portal is only available to providers that have registered with the NDIS Commission. If you do not have an NDIS Commission Portal user account, please refer to the Quick reference guide - getting access to NDIS Portal.
Should you need additional support, help is available at Tier1Support@ndiscommission.gov.au.
The table below contains a list of Portal functions available for registered providers. Additional features will become available over time.
|Renew your registration||Available||Login|
|Update registration details||Available||Login|
|View registration expiry dates||Available||Login|
|Vary your current scope of registration including adding or removing registration groups||Available||Login|
|Update outlet details for an outlet for providing supports||Available||Login|
|Notify the NDIS Commission of a reportable incident||Available||Login|
|Create, lodge and/or report on a behaviour support plan||Available||Login|
|Report use of an authorised restrictive practice||Available||Login|
- Portal Quick Reference Guides
- Application pack
- Quick Reference Guide – Getting access to NDIS Commission Portal
- Quick Reference Guide – Lodging a behaviour support plan
- Quick Reference Guide – Completing the 5 Day Notification Form
- Quick Reference Guide – Creating an Immediate Notification
- Quick Reference Guide – Managing My Reportable Incidents
- Video: lodging a behaviour support plan
- Video: reporting on restrictive practices