Regulatory Performance Framework 2017–18 self-assessments

The consultation for the Regulator Performance Framework has now closed.

The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources is seeking your feedback on its Regulator Performance Framework (RPF) 2017-18 self-assessments.

We work with governments and industry partners to grow the value of agricultural trade and reduce risk to the agricultural sector and regulation is a central part of our role.

As part of our commitment to being a best practice regulator, we undertake an annual assessment of our regulatory performance using the Government’s mandated Regulator Performance Framework (RPF). The results are then validated by external stakeholders before publication.

You can now provide feedback on our 2017-18 self-assessment for six of our regulatory functions:

  • Delivery of biosecurity functions
  • Control of exports, including certification
  • Regulation of the importation of timber products and processing of raw logs to combat illegal logging
  • Monitoring of imported food
  • Collection of levies for research, development and marketing
  • Implementation of the Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards scheme.

We have not conducted a self-assessment for our regulation of live animal exports. This regulatory framework and our role are subject to significant reform.

The consultation for the Regulator Performance Framework has now closed.

The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources is seeking your feedback on its Regulator Performance Framework (RPF) 2017-18 self-assessments.

We work with governments and industry partners to grow the value of agricultural trade and reduce risk to the agricultural sector and regulation is a central part of our role.

As part of our commitment to being a best practice regulator, we undertake an annual assessment of our regulatory performance using the Government’s mandated Regulator Performance Framework (RPF). The results are then validated by external stakeholders before publication.

You can now provide feedback on our 2017-18 self-assessment for six of our regulatory functions:

  • Delivery of biosecurity functions
  • Control of exports, including certification
  • Regulation of the importation of timber products and processing of raw logs to combat illegal logging
  • Monitoring of imported food
  • Collection of levies for research, development and marketing
  • Implementation of the Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards scheme.

We have not conducted a self-assessment for our regulation of live animal exports. This regulatory framework and our role are subject to significant reform.