Martin Hoffman appointed to lead NDIA, government to hire 800 new public servants

Martin Hoffman has been appointed chief executive of the National Disability Insurance Agency for a three-year term starting on November 4. Hoffman, who was a department head in the New South Wales public service until April this year, will take over the challenging job fresh from a short-term role guiding a program of reform in the Department of Human Services signified by its rebranding as Services Australia.

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Topics:
National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

Author:
Stephen Easton

Source:
The Mandarin

Date published:
Thu 17th Oct, 2019