The National Disability Data Asset went through a testing period called the Pilot. The Pilot phase ran for 18 months and finished at the end of 2021. The Pilot examined the best ways to share, link and access information. During this phase, the privacy of individuals by de-identifying information and keeping it secure. This means the government cannot find out who people are from this data or make contact with them.
The aim of the Pilot phase was to show how information could be linked. The test cases also helped show how we could design a disability data asset that linked information from every state and territory.
Read about the Pilot findings and test cases.
Read about the Pilot Disability Advisory Council.