NICNAS Consultation on Cost Recovery Implementation Statement (CRIS) 2019-20

Public comment is invited on the draft CRIS. The CRIS provides information on how the current scheme (NICNAS) implements cost recovery for its regulatory activities. Its purpose is to transparently demonstrate compliance with the Australian Government's Cost Recovery Guidelines and to outline proposed changes to existing regulatory fees and charges in 2019-2020. Consultation opens on 21 March 2019 and closes 5 April 2019.    Source: CRIS consultation

 

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