The NDIS Commission is responsible for improving the quality and safety of services within the NDIS, so that participants have access to services and supports that promote choice, control and dignity. The NDIS Commission is cooperating with participants, service providers, workers and the Community to implement a new, uniform approach at the national level, replacing a complex and fragmented quality and protection system in each state and territory. The NDIS Commission is an independent agency created in 2018 to regulate NDIS providers, create national coherence, promote security and quality services, solve problems and identify areas for improvement. Starting July 1, 2020, the NDIS Commission will begin operations in Western Australia. Until then, the state`s current quality and safety requirements will continue to apply. The NDIS Commission now operates in all states and territories, with the exception of Western Australia.