The Innovating for Better Regulatory Outcomes conference will bring together senior leaders from state and federal regulators and agencies to discuss and develop strategies to innovate for better regulatory outcomes. This conference will facilitate discussions on how regulators can collaborate to become innovators and work jointly to best utlilise resources available to them in order to achieve the best outcomes for society.
What will you take away from this conference?
- An understanding of how to drive innovation in the regulatory profession
- Solutions to overcome the challenge of regulating in the face of disruption
- Strategies to better engage with stakeholders to strengthen regulatory practice
- Ideas to maximise the use of technology to keep pace with digital change
- Insight into the use of adaptive regulatory frameworks
- Case studies from industry leaders who are spearheading innovation in regulation
Federal & State regulators with responsibilities for:
- Regulatory Strategy, Design & Operations
- Regulatory Innovation
- Performance & Analytics
- Assessment & Quality Improvement
Attend to learn:
- Build agility & responsiveness to innovate regulatory approaches
- Strategise to collaborate effectively with stakeholders & achieve better outcomes through codesign
- Advance the use of technology to regulate in the face of disruption
- Develop a culture of innovation through effective leadership
Transport for NSW
Anthony Wing is the Point to Point Transport Commissioner – the regulator for taxis and hire vehicles in NSW. He was appointed by the Governor on the recommendation of the Minister for Transport and Roads. As Commissioner, Anthony is responsible for administering and enforcing point to point transport laws to improve safety and contribute to the creation of a more adaptive, innovative and competitive market for the whole industry. His focus is on promoting a culture of accountability for safety across the industry.
The Commissioner is supported by the Point to Point Transport Commission, which ensures industry is complying with their safety obligations and wider requirements of the Act and Regulation through safety auditing, advisory visits, education campaigns, on-road compliance and investigations.
Commisioner For Better Regulation VIC
Anna Cronin is Victoria’s first Commissioner for Better Regulation, appointed by the Victorian Government in 2015. She has worked in executive and leadership roles in Federal and State governments.
From June 2018 Anna has undertaken the roles of Victoria’s Red Tape Commissioner as well.
Anna graduated from the Australian National University with a BEc (economics, econometrics and pure maths). She started her career as an economist in the Bureau of Agricultural Economics, and (what is now) the Productivity Commission. She has been closely involved in policy development for 25 years from diverse perspectives, including as CEO of the National Farmers’ Federation, as a senior bureaucrat in the Western Australian Government’s State Development department and as Chief of Staff to two Premiers of Victoria.
Anna has considerable experience in regulatory issues across many policy areas, including in agricultural and mining regulatory and approvals frameworks. She has also held a number of board positions in the government and not for profit sectors. She sits on the Advisory Board of the Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne.
Environment Protection Authority NSW
Jason Bentley has almost 30 years’ experience in criminal investigation, law enforcement and regulatory investigation and management from the NSW Police Force and NSW environmental regulatory agencies. Jason is currently employed as Chief Investigator, Specialist Investigations Section and Waste Crime Taskforce (WCT) within the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA). The WCT is a multi-disciplinary team which was formed by the EPA in 2017 to prevent waste crime by disrupting illegal business models through intelligence-led investigations and other regulatory responses. Jason also manages a team of senior investigators on behalf of the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage. Jason holds a number of formal qualifications, including a Bachelor of Science (Marine Science and Management), a Graduate Diploma of Investigations Management, a Diploma of Government (Management), and a Diploma of Government (Investigations). He is currently enrolled in a Master of Criminology at Sydney University. Jason has an interest in achieving positive environmental and community outcomes through environmental investigation and regulation.
National Rail Safety Regulator
Sue McCarrey has been in the position of Australia’s National Rail Safety Regulator since December 2014. In addition to guiding the ONRSR through a critical phase in its evolution, Sue oversees the nation’s standalone Rail Safety National Law and works with industry to ensure a safe rail system for the community and to deliver the social and economic benefits flagged by the national transport reforms.
Prior to joining the ONRSR, Sue enjoyed a distinguished career in the Western Australian public sector where she led a review of port authority governance, metropolitan transport planning and the regional freight transport plan in her role as Deputy Director General – Policy Planning and Investment, with the Western Australian Department of Transport.
Sue has a Bachelor of Law, Masters in Policy and Administration and a Bachelor of Education with Honours.
What People Are Saying
“The presenters were passionate and realistic, the topics were well chosen and engaging, the facilitator was knowledgeable and professional and the staff were friendly.”Department of Environment and Energy, Innovating for Better Regulatory Outcomes 2019 conference attendee
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