PM Julia Gillard said that, her "door is still open" to the major states ready to check the NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme). Tasmania, South Australia and the ACT recently agreed to part-finance launch sites for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, with the central government contributing $1 billion as well as administering the particular scheme. However the premiers of NSW and Victoria, who put in bids, are walked away from the COAG (Council of Australian Governments) meeting without a transaction.
Ms Gillard recently in Canberra told reporters that her government had made additional money available regardless of a tight budget, as well as so should the major states. Ms Gillard had a note to the premiers of Victoria and NSW that, you cannot walk to face a television camera and lay your hand on heart and state 'you support the NDIS' and moreover then when it talking about actually truly turning words into actions you say rejection. Her door is still open.