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  • Regulatory Quality and Treasury - Introductory Briefing [Briefing to the Incoming Minister for Regulatory Reform 2011]
  • Published: 2 Feb 2012
  • Status: Current
  • Author: The Treasury
     

    Regulatory Quality and Treasury - Introductory Briefing [Briefing to the Incoming Minister for Regulatory Reform 2011]

    21 Dec 2011
    Released 2 Feb 2012

    This briefing to the incoming Minister for Regulatory Reform was prepared as a Treasury Report (T2011/2565) after the November 2011 general election.

    The Treasury prepared two other briefings for other Ministers:

    As well as deletions made under the Official Information Act (see below), the HTML version of this briefing excludes the Treasury Report's covering sheet information.

    Contents

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    Executive Summary

    Purpose of Report

    Analysis

    Attachments

    Annex A: The Regulatory System

    Annex B: Government Statement on Regulation: Better Regulation, Less Regulation

    Annex C: Best Practice Regulation Principles and Assessments

    reg-bim-2011.pdf (384 KB) pp. (1),1–17

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