RIA & RR

Regulatory Impact Assessment & Regulatory Reform

  • Consultancy for Provision of Training Services on Regulatory Impact Assessment, Competitive and Enterprise Development Project, Uganda, (2017)
  • Consultancy Services for Cost Analysis of the Business Licensing Reforms and Conducting Training on the Application of the Standard Cost Model, Competitiveness and Enterprise Development Project (CEDP), Uganda, (2017)
  • STE Regulatory Reform for the Project Supporting Accelerated Investment in Sri Lanka (SAIL) (2017).
  • STE TA for the SADC Trade Related Facility, specifically Botswana strengthening the management and control of SPS and the Standards Import Inspection Regulations (2016).
  • One Door Service Implementation Analysis and Proposal for an Action Plan, including review of legal instruments, Laos (2016).
  • Regulatory Improvement Project FOMILENIO II, El Salvador (2016-2021).
  • Training Regulatory Impact Assessment for Industrial Sector Regulators, for the Trade and Domestic Market Enhancement Programme – Industry & Standards, Egypt (2016).
  • Administrative Simplification in Selected Ministries, for OMSAR in Lebanon. SCM-expert (2015).
  • Strengthening the capacity of Egyptian Regulatory Reform and Development Activity (ERRADA) functions in the Government (2015).
  • License Simplification, Regulatory Review & Legal Drafting in Lesotho (2013).
  • Economic Impact Assessment on Changes in CBN Cashless Policy, Nigeria. With the aid of a DCED Standard for Results Measurement compliant M&E-system (2012).
  • Public Private Dialogue on Multiple Taxation in Nigeria (2012)
  • Business Registration Reform as part of the Competitive Enhancement Program, Suriname (2009-2010)
  • Netherlands Antilles (observer status in Cariforum). Ministry of Internal Affairs of The Netherlands: RIA Programme for the Netherlands Antilles.
  • SCM 2.0 Kenya Regref Programme, project development
  • RIA Training Malta, project development
  • Working experience at ACTAL 2006-2008, Advisory Board on Regulatory Burden. ACTAL was labelled WORLD LEADER in Regulatory Simplification in a World Bank Review of 2007. Continuous Regulatory Impact Assessment of current, existing and proposed legislation and regulations. High level expert negotiations on regulatory reform with high ranking civil servants, directors-general, deputy-Ministers and Ministers. 2006-2008
  • Training Regulatory Impact Assessment, Jacobs, Cordova & Associates, and College d’Europe, Bruges (2007)
  • Evaluation Connekt, national network institution of the Transport Sector, B&A Group (2003)
  • Uniformising Enforcement Terms: as part of the Regulatory Simplification Program of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment, the project on Uniformising Enforcement Terms meant to harmonize terms in the “social security chain”, from the Ministry of Social Affairs to the Public Prosecution, 2003.
  • Regulatory Impact Assessment on the introduction of Chemical Toxicity Test Regulation in dredging practices. Project financer: Ministry of Transport and Water Management, 2003.
  • Regulatory burden projects at EIM (1994-1999)
  • Uniformising Enforcement Terms: As part of the Regulatory Simplification Program of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment, the project on Uniformising Enforcement Terms meant to harmonize terms in the “social security chain”, from the Ministry of Social Affairs to the Public Prosecution. Terms like various forms of fraud, recidive, infringement, violation, needed to be harmonized in different regulatory frameworks.
  • Regulatory Impact Assessment on the introduction of Chemical Toxicity Test Regulation in dredging practices. Project financer: Ministry of Transport and Water Management.
  • Very Strong experience in one of the main Measurement Models of Regulatory Impact Assessment: the Standard Cost Model (SCM), totalling more than 10 years; acquired both at ACTAL (the Dutch Advisory Board on Administrative Burdens), and at EIM being involved in DEVELOPING, TESTING and ADVOCACY of the SCM across Dutch governmental bodies. Recent application of the SCM-model included the Tourism Licensing Simplification, Lesotho and as SCM-expert in the project Administrative Simplification in Selected Ministries, for OMSAR in Lebanon.