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Briefing for the Incoming Minister for Regulatory Reform [2014]

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  • Briefing for the Incoming Minister for Regulatory Reform [2014]
  • Published: 12 Nov 2014
  • Status: Current
  • Author: The Treasury
 

Briefing to the Incoming Minister for Regulatory Reform

Published 12 Nov 2014
Page updated 22 Dec 2014

This briefing is part of the suite of briefings prepared for incoming Ministers by the Treasury following the general election of 20 September 2014.

See also 2014 Treasury Briefings to Incoming Ministers and other agencies' briefings on the Beehive website.

This document has been proactively released. Redactions made to the document have been made consistent with provisions of the Official Information Act 1982.

Contents

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Treasury Report: Briefing for the Incoming Minister for Regulatory Reform

  • Cover Sheet
  • Purpose of Report
  • Recommendation Action

The Regulatory Management System

  • The Regulatory Management System
  • Your roles in the regulatory management system
  • Good regulation is both important and challenging
  • The evolving nature of the regulatory management system
  • The Expectations of Regulatory Stewardship - The foundation of the government's regulatory management system
  • The tools and requirements of the regulatory management system aim to assist
    agencies in carrying out their stewardship role
  • "Clear room for improvement" The Productivity Commission's view on the current state of the regulatory system
  • The Productivity Commission's recommendations and next steps
  • Key opportunities to lift regulatory performance
bim-14-reg-reform.pdf (449 KB) pp. (1),1-3,1-9

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