Monday, 10 October 2016
The report card showcases 36 examples of Government action to cut red tape, realising at least $179 million in savings over five years, supporting investment and productivity growth, and providing for better living standards for all West Australians.
"This year marks another successful year of red tape reduction, with the Liberal National Government focused on reducing barriers for business to drive economic growth and improve community experiences when dealing with government," Mr L'Estrange said.
This is the second year the Government has released its report card, highlighting regulatory and process improvements across priority areas such as transport and business licensing, as well as demonstrating successes in new areas such as innovation.
The 2016 Red Tape Reduction Report Card highlights 36 out of more than 100 red tape reduction initiatives including:
"We have worked hard over the past 12 months to reduce the impact of regulation and red tape - saving money, saving time and making life easier for industry, business and the community."