This topic explains profiling and identifies the payments for which profiling has been developed.
Profiling is a method of selectively identifying and reviewing recipients who need a more focused level of service to assist them to meet program outcomes including payment correctness, activity testing and economic and social participation.
Profiles (a set of characteristics) have been developed to identify recipients who may be at risk of not meeting outcomes and to link these recipients to the most appropriate service.
Profiling provides a better targeting of resources by ensuring recipients who need more assistance receive it.
Profiling has been developed for:
Last reviewed: 1 July 2010