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Regulatory Burdens for Businesses. Dutch programme 2007-2011 Regulatory Reform Group. Principles of the approach (White Paper 2007). Problem-oriented Measurable targets where possible External watchdog Link to budget cycle New interministerial organisation

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regulatory burdens for businesses

Regulatory Burdens for Businesses

Dutch programme 2007-2011

Regulatory Reform Group

principles of the approach white paper 2007
Principles of the approach (White Paper 2007)
  • Problem-oriented
  • Measurable targets where possible
  • External watchdog
  • Link to budget cycle
  • New interministerial organisation
  • Political owners: Finance & Economic Affairs
1 problem oriented approach
1) Problem-oriented approach

Rolling programme: update every 6 months

  • Direct suggestions / complaints business sector
  • Problem-oriented joint committees
  • New measurement results
2 measurable targets
2) Measurable targets
  • Transparency, accountability and progress monitoring
  • Measurable targets for
    • AB: new net target of – 25%
    • Inspections: -25% on measured domains
    • Compliance costs: quantitative targets on selected topics
3 external watchdog
3) External watchdog
  • External evaluation of ACTAL (02/07)
  • Cabinet position to Parliament (07/07)
  • Main conclusions:
    • Prolongued until 2011
    • AB role: unchanged
    • Advisory role to Government: strengthened
    • IA role: introduced (‘audit’)
4 link to budget cycle
4) Link to budget cycle
  • The mechanism is unchanged
  • Now used for the whole programme
  • It means:
    • Generating monitoring info periodically
    • Budget negotiations for regulatory topics
    • Reporting to Parliament (Fall, Spring)
5 6 a new organisation
5/6) A new organisation
  • Regulatory Reform Group, merger of:
    • IPAL (Finance)
    • 3 project groups of Economic Affairs (IA unit, Permits, Contradictory Legislation)
  • Accountable to two Secretaries of State
  • Started in Fall 2007
  • Located at Ministry of Finance