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Potential duplication of governance and reporting standards for charities

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Ways to reduce regulatory duplication between the proposed Commonwealth governance and reporting standards and existing State and Territory requirements for charities registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission are examined in a regulatory impact assessment (RIA), which has been released by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG).

The RIA process provides an opportunity to provide feedback on proposed options to address potential regulatory duplication.

The outcomes from this consultation will feed into a final report containing a range of options to reduce regulatory duplication. This report is to be provided to COAG in early March 2013.

Submissions will be made publicly available online at http://www.treasury.gov.au/Policy-Topics/PeopleAndSociety/NFP-reform/COAG-NFP-Reform-Working-Group unless there are specific requests for a submission to be kept confidential.

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