Cost Recovery Implementation Statement

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Cost recovery for export certification on agricultural products

Public consultation on cost recovery for export certification agricultural products is closed.

How you had your say

We sought feedback from people about cost recovery for export certification of agricultural products.

We invited feedback from people across all agriculture export industries including:

  • Dairy
  • Fish and egg
  • Grain
  • Horticulture
  • Meat
  • Non-prescribed goods
  • Live animal exports

You gave feedback through:

  • Industry consultative committee meetings
  • an online survey
  • written submissions.

Who engaged

Several people engaged with us during the consultation period.

Survey

5 responded through our survey with one submission received.

Meetings

Industry consultative committee meetings were held over teams with a number of people engaging in discussion about the CRIS in Grain, Horticulture and Meat and live animal exports industries:

We consulted with the Dairy and Fish industries in June prior to releasing the CRIS.

No additional meetings were requested from any sectors.

What you said

Issues you raised:

  • Increase in prices may negatively impact profitability
  • Impacts from trade slow down or suspension
  • The impact of increased on small exporters and the viability of their businesses
  • Transparency of the CRIS data

What happens next

Your feedback will be considered. We are preparing a brief to the Australian Government with recommendation based on the feedback provided.

The final 2022-23 Cost Recovery Implementation Statements to be released once a decision is made.

The department will communicate to industry once the final CRIS have been published.

Cost recovery for export certification on agricultural products

Public consultation on cost recovery for export certification agricultural products is closed.

How you had your say

We sought feedback from people about cost recovery for export certification of agricultural products.

We invited feedback from people across all agriculture export industries including:

  • Dairy
  • Fish and egg
  • Grain
  • Horticulture
  • Meat
  • Non-prescribed goods
  • Live animal exports

You gave feedback through:

  • Industry consultative committee meetings
  • an online survey
  • written submissions.

Who engaged

Several people engaged with us during the consultation period.

Survey

5 responded through our survey with one submission received.

Meetings

Industry consultative committee meetings were held over teams with a number of people engaging in discussion about the CRIS in Grain, Horticulture and Meat and live animal exports industries:

We consulted with the Dairy and Fish industries in June prior to releasing the CRIS.

No additional meetings were requested from any sectors.

What you said

Issues you raised:

  • Increase in prices may negatively impact profitability
  • Impacts from trade slow down or suspension
  • The impact of increased on small exporters and the viability of their businesses
  • Transparency of the CRIS data

What happens next

Your feedback will be considered. We are preparing a brief to the Australian Government with recommendation based on the feedback provided.

The final 2022-23 Cost Recovery Implementation Statements to be released once a decision is made.

The department will communicate to industry once the final CRIS have been published.