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Open for public comment - Draft Cost Recovery Implementation Statement 2022-23

We are seeking your feedback on our draft Cost Recovery Implementation Statement (CRIS) which provides information on how we will implement cost recovery for regulatory activities in 2022-23. The draft CRIS includes details about:

  • Government cost recovery policy
  • how we comply with the charging framework
  • how regulatory charging works
  • proposed fees and charges (see key points below)
  • implementation of cost recovery for our regulatory work
  • our financial and non-financial performance related to cost recovery
  • financial forecasts¬†

Key points - no proposed changes to fees for services and registration charges (levies) proposed to reduce

Fees for services in 2022-23 are proposed to be maintained at their 2021-22 rates.

Levy prices are proposed to be reduced across all levy paying registration levels (levels 2-8) by about 8%.

More information on proposed fees and levies can be found in section 8 of the CRIS.

Download the CRIS and have your say

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