Property ID reforms

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Submissions closed. Thank you for your feedback.

We are enhancing Australia’s traceability arrangements across animal, plant and food industries. This will help with managing pest and disease outbreaks, food safety, trade and market access requirements, and address increasing consumer interest in product sustainability, ethics and providence.

This is what you told us.

How you had your say

The Property Identification Code (PIC) Working Group sought feedback on draft guidelines and principles which have been developed by a working group comprising all state and territory governments and the Commonwealth. The consultation was open between August and November 2019.

You gave feedback through:

  • Online submissions
  • Completion of a survey.

Who engaged

Approximately 80 people provided submissions and surveys on the review.

Approximately 1900 people visited this project page.

Our documents were downloaded 261 times.

Submissions came from a range of sectors including:

  • horticulture
  • livestock
  • grains
  • state and territory governments
  • and many others.

What happens next

The PIC Working Group will be reviewing all of the feedback provided and will develop a report for the National Biosecurity Committee detailing plans for next steps in early 2020.

If you have questions about current property identification requirements, please contact your local state issuing authority.

Submissions closed. Thank you for your feedback.

We are enhancing Australia’s traceability arrangements across animal, plant and food industries. This will help with managing pest and disease outbreaks, food safety, trade and market access requirements, and address increasing consumer interest in product sustainability, ethics and providence.

This is what you told us.

How you had your say

The Property Identification Code (PIC) Working Group sought feedback on draft guidelines and principles which have been developed by a working group comprising all state and territory governments and the Commonwealth. The consultation was open between August and November 2019.

You gave feedback through:

  • Online submissions
  • Completion of a survey.

Who engaged

Approximately 80 people provided submissions and surveys on the review.

Approximately 1900 people visited this project page.

Our documents were downloaded 261 times.

Submissions came from a range of sectors including:

  • horticulture
  • livestock
  • grains
  • state and territory governments
  • and many others.

What happens next

The PIC Working Group will be reviewing all of the feedback provided and will develop a report for the National Biosecurity Committee detailing plans for next steps in early 2020.

If you have questions about current property identification requirements, please contact your local state issuing authority.