Red Tape: Problem or Solution
19 March 2015
Pan Pacific Perth
207 Adelaide Terrace
Over time community needs and wants change according to available knowledge and resources. As a consequence rules and regulations must change. It is incumbent upon the public service to review, design, and implement regulations in the most efficient possible manner.
Regulatory reform presents the public service with an opportunity to enhance its efficiency and effectiveness in delivering public good.
The Productivity Commission released a report in 2013 identifying a model for an improved Major Project Development Assessment Processes. This is just one area of potential improvement and serves as an important starting point for discussion as to the other promising areas of reform.
What regulations should go? Which need to be revised? And, how can we enhance our understanding of complex regulations so that they may be better enacted?
Mr Sven Bluemmel
Information Commissioner of WA, Office of the Information Commissioner
President, IPAA WA
Mr Peter Harris
Chair, Australian Productivity Commission
Director-General, Department of Environment Regulation
Mr Greg Watkinson
CEO, Economic Regulation Authority
Ms Deidre Wilmott
CEO, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of WA
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