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11 February 2013

Business orgs benchmark Smart Regulation

The OECD has invited BIAC (the Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD) to co-operate in a benchmarking project aimed at ensuring that the OECD’s 2012 Recommendation of the Council on Regulatory Policy and Governance is implemented as soon as possible in the member countries. "To increase the quality of the OECD’s assessment of the Recommendation’s implementation, the OECD project team wishes to involve national business organisations in the analysis and quality assessment of the answers that governments give to the planned annual survey. The project is a great opportunity for business organisations to communicate if governments have truly implemented the Recommendation not just in theory but also in practice. It is the first time that the OECD undertakes a quality proofing of member countries’ performance through expert assessments of results by business organisations instead of solely relying on information provided by the individual governments." (for more, see announcement on BIAC site).

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