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Regulatory Resources

Overview

The NRCoP offers a variety of national and local educational and networking events throughout the year with the aim of building a network of regulatory practitioners. Planning is well underway for a number of upcoming events, including launches of two new chapters in the Northern Territory and Tasmania, as well as the return in 2023 of the Annual Forum – the highlight of the regulatory calendar! This is a two-day event held in Melbourne every year, though has been put on hold due to COVID-19. As well as this, we will continue running our online webinar series in tandem with our return to face-to-face events, to offer the best of both worlds to our broader community

Resources

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Second annual report to corporate members – 1 July 2021-30 June 2022

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NRCoP 3-Year Plan

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NRCoP annual report to corporate members – July 2020-June 2021

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6-month corporate report December 2020

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12-month corporate report (1st edition) 1 July 2020-30 June 2021

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NRCoP yearly survey of members (survey results write up) – 2021

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Professional Development Training for Regulators

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Read the NRCoP six-monthly report to corporate members – December 2020

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Facilitated conversation

Regulatory Laggards – 20 October

  • Facilitator: Adam Beaumont
  • Co-facilitator: Alice Turnbull
  • Co-facilitator: Dr. Grant Pink

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Compliance in a crisis – 22 September

  • Facilitator: Adam Beaumont
  • Co-facilitator: Alice Turnbull
  • Co-facilitator: Dr. Grant Pink

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Windows of opportunity – 25 August 2020

  • Facilitator: Adam Beaumont
  • Co-facilitator: Alice Turnbull
  • Co-facilitator: Dr. Grant Pink

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Edition 29, November 2022

Guilty Corporate Minds: regulating corporate (mis) conduct

By Dr Elise Bant FAAL

Edition 28, October 2022

The Government Regulatory Technology Report 2022: optimism meets barriers to progress

By Simon Corden

Edition 27, September 2022

Ten tips for public sector complaints handling

By Fiona Brown

Edition 26, August 2022

Indigenous organisation leaders: balancing tensions between achieving political goals and regulatory requirements

By Dr Josephine Bourne

Edition 25, July 2022

Creating opportunities for regulators to collaborate – reflections from the COVID-19 frontline

By Chris Webb

Edition 24, June 2022

Extending Regulatory public value in Australia

By Prof Veronica Taylor

Edition 23, May 2022

Improving regulatory language: Its contribution to regulatory capability

By Dr Grant Pink

Edition 22, April 2022

Where there’s a will, there’s a way: Regulators and collaboration

By Kate Jenkins

Edition 21, March 2022

The ‘secret life’ of national uniform legislation and pandemic management

By Dr Guzyal Hill

Edition 20, February 2022

Avoiding regulatory capture and regulatory discord

By Chris Ingham

Edition 19, December 2021

A look back on another challenging year for regulators

By NRCoP

Edition 18, November 2021

New child safety standards – Regulation with standards and why the mission is important

By Emily Sanders Director of Regulation at the Commission for Children and Young People, Victoria

Edition 17, October 2021

Modern-day blacksmithing: equipping our people with RegTech tools

By Anne Lenz from Brisbane Council

Edition 16, September 2021

Regulating lobbying in Australia: Three steps for reform

By Dr Yee-Fui Ng, Associate Professor at Monash University and Deputy Director of Australian Justice and Innovation

Edition 15, August 2021

Getting to Fair – bringing down barriers to access essential services

Dr John Hamill, CEO of Victorian Essential Services Commission

Edition 14, July 2021

Implementing a problem-centric approach

By Alice Turnbull from NOPSEMA (National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority)

Edition 13, June 2021

‘Red tape’ and ‘beige tape’: what are they and why do they matter?

By Adam Beaumont, Director at With Purpose Consulting

Edition 12, May 2021

Regulatory capability – reflecting on what make a ‘good regulator’

By Jarrod Cowley-Grimmond, Senior executive with the Queensland Government

Edition 11, April 2021

What can we learn from the regulation of sport?

By Eric Windholz, Senor Lecturer and Associate with Monash Centre for Commercial Law and Regulatory Studies

Edition 10, March 2021

Regulatory Excellence

By Eric Kimmel, Director of Rocky Mountain Solution in NSW

Edition 9, February 2021

“What’s in a name?” Does knowing you’re a regulator make a difference?

By Arie Freiberg, Professor at Monash Law School

Edition 8, December 2020

Performance reporting by regulators – are we measuring and reporting what matters?

By Daniel Boardman Manager of Strategic Planning and Performance with EPA Victoria

Edition 7, November 2020

Regulatory stewardship: virtue, mechanism, or both?

By Professor Jeroen van der Heijden and Rebecca Foley

Edition 6, October 2020

The role of artificial intelligence in regulatory decision-making

By Scott Wheeler, Director of Economic Strategy Division NSW Treasury

Edition 5, September 2020

Regulation, trust and the professions

By Roxane Marcelle-Shaw, CEO, Professional Standards Authority

Edition 4, August 2020

Three steps for regulators to embrace behavioural science

By Professor Liam Smith, Director BehaviourWorks Australia

Edition 3, July 2020

Good design leads to great digitisation for regulators

By Cassandra Meagher, executive director service reform at Service Victoria

Edition 2, June 2020

Covid-19 and compliance: what makes people stick to the rules?

By Monica Pfeffer, Director of Practitioner engagement, ANZSOG

Edition 1, May 2020

Guest Editorial: Learning to be better regulators: The importance of training and development

By Dr Grant Pink from RECAP Consultants

 

The APO jobs board can be accessed here.

Corporate members of the National Regulators Community of Practice (NRCoP) can advertise jobs for free via this form. Jobs will appear here as well as in the Regulation Policy & Practice Monthly and APO’s regular newsletters, Policy Pulse and Policy Weekly.

Preparation is underway to bring back the Annual Forum in 2023! The Annual Forum is a two-day event, held in Melbourne, and is the highlight of the regulatory calendar.   

Each Annual Forum focuses on a topic of critical importance to all regulators and is facilitated by a leading international speaker. The program is designed to be interactive and engaging, with the aim being to support regulators in sharing their experiences and their lessons learned across domains and jurisdictions.   

2019: The Intelligent Regulator

Regulators across the world are facing growing demands for action in complex and volatile domains combined with shrinking resources, but help is at hand: many are using technology-driven regulation to break the cycle and tackle the increasingly global challenges they face.

The theme for the 2019 forum was “The Intelligent Regulator” with keynote address by William Eggers.

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Watch The Intelligent Regulator here:

2018: Regulating workplace culture

If the definition of workplace culture is how staff behave when no one is looking, 2018 may well go down in regulatory history as the year we collectively started looking – and were scandalised by what we found.

How can regulators change workplace culture?

Including a keynote address by Dr Femke de Vries.

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2017: Shifting Sands – Regulating the future

How can regulators predict the future and adapt to new technologies and the rise of an informed and connected citizenry.

Find presentations from the day along with the Background paper, provided by Dr Steven Manos, and the link to Professor Alberto Alemanno’s live stream session.

2016: Regulatory excellence

You can view Professor Cary Coglianese‘s presentation

Regulatory excellence: A framework for quality improvement

TBC

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