For its launch in July 2013, bilateral information on the inclusion of participants and the balance of cash and in-kind contributions to the program was agreed between the Commonwealth and New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania. These details are annexes to bilateral agreements with each of these jurisdictions. Another annex has been agreed with Victoria, which outlines the labour relations of the DisabilityCare Australia Launch Transition Agency in the Barwon area. In July 2014, it was agreed to launch NDIS trials in Western Australia, the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory. An agreement to establish and support the Australian Digital Health Agency and to gradually transform the way health information is used for health planning, management and delivery through the implementation of a world-class digital health capacity in Australia. The Northern Australia Indigenous Development Agreement (the agreement) is an intergovernmental agreement to promote the economic development of indigenous peoples as an important part of the northern development agenda. The Agreement recognizes that Aboriginal participation in the economy is essential to fully achieving the development of Northern Australia and provides a framework for cooperation and an individual framework for cooperation between governments to promote aboriginal economic development in northern Australia. An agreement on the establishment of a national regulatory system for all heavy vehicles over 4.5 tonnes, consisting of uniform legislation managed by a single national regulator. Detailed commitments of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) can be recorded in intergovernmental agreements or declarations of cooperation. An agreement on the establishment of a national system of regulation and investigation of rail safety, including a single regulation and a single national regulatory authority for rail safety, complemented by a national rail safety monitor. An agreement between the Commonwealth and the States and Territories establishing a national jurisdiction and a maritime safety regulator for all merchant vessels in Australian waters. For more information on other intergovernmental agreements, see below. On 7 December 2012, COAG reaffirmed its ongoing commitment to a national disability insurance system (NDIS) by signing an intergovernmental agreement for the launch of the NDIS.
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