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Reviewing cross sector income support systems project

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This project aims to examine services and data across the compensation and income support systems, identify the movement of people through these systems, and find opportunities for system alignment and service improvement.

This is a Collaborative Partnership project.


Project update

The Cross Sector Project research report (PDF, 1.4 MB) was released in April 2018.

Two initiatives were scoped for trial to demonstrate cross sector collaboration.

This project was closed in 2020 and learnings informed the key priorities for the Collaborative Partnership to improve work participation from 2020-22.

Project overview

This project developed the first national systems map to identify the services, data sources and transition of people through the system.

This map will help enable service delivery changes to support improvements in work participation.

This project was closed in 2020 and learnings informed the key priorities for the Collaborative Partnership to improve work participation from 2020-22.

Project participants

Project lead

Department of Social Services

Other organisations involved

  • Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business
  • Monash University
  • ACTU
  • EML
  • Mental Health Commission
  • Australasian Faculty of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
  • Representatives from industry groups and the Comcare self-insured licensee sector.

Findings and reports

Resources


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Page last reviewed: 21 June 2022
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Date printed 10 Dec 2022

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