Review of the Gene Technology Act 2000 (Cth) Submission from the Gene Technology Ethics Committee (gtec)



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Regulatory Burden

      1. Examine whether compliance and administrative costs, including information requirements, for organisations working in gene technology are reasonable and justified compared to the benefits achieved and possible alternatives to legislation.


Interface with other systems

  1. Examine the interface between the Act and other Acts and schemes (either Australian Government or State and Territory) that regulate gene technology and gene technology products. Identify any discrepancies, including regulatory gaps and areas needing consistency and harmonization of provisions.



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