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Impact Analysis Statements

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Queensland Government agencies are required to publish Impact Analysis Statements (IAS) for all regulatory proposals. All Impact Analysis Statements prepared by the Department of Education can be found on this page.

Impact Analysis Statement

An Impact Analysis Statement is required for all regulatory proposals as part of the Queensland Government Better Regulation Policy. It is used to assess the potential impacts of the proposed regulation on businesses, government and the community.

The Queensland Government Better Regulation Policy (PDF, 449KB) requires government decision makers assess the potential impacts of a regulatory proposal and provide a rationale for recommended options. This supports transparent and accountable decision-making.

List of Impact Analysis Statements

Impact Analysis StatementsAct/Regulation
Summary IAS – Education Legislation (Fees) Amendment Regulation 2023Education and Care Services Regulation 2013
Education (General Provisions) Regulation 2017
Education (Queensland College of Teachers) Regulation 2016

Published Regulatory Impact Statements prior to 2023

Between June 2012 and August 2023, under the superseded Queensland Government Guide to Better Regulation, the Office of Best Practice Regulation (OBPR) published approved Regulatory Impact Statements and Post Implementation Reviews. View the historical record of Regulatory Impact Statements (and their final letter of advice) on the Queensland Treasury website.


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Last updated 03 November 2023