Cost Recovery Implementation Statement 2015–16


Table of contents

1   Introduction

1.1    Purpose of the CRIS

1.2    Description of the activity

1.2.1    Background

1.2.2    Activities that are cost recovered

1.2.3    Appropriateness of cost recovery and who pays

1.2.4    Other stakeholders

2   Policy and statutory authority to cost recover

2.1    Government policy approval to cost recover the activity

2.2    Statutory authority to charge

3   Cost recovery model

3.1    Outputs and business processes of the activity

3.2    Costs of the activity

3.3    Design of cost recovery charges

4   Risk assessment

4.1    Cost recovery risk assessment

5   Stakeholder engagement

5.1    Consultation on changes to fees and charges implemented in 2012-13

5.2    Consultation on options to reform NICNAS

5.3    Consultation on options for the registration charge to recover the cost of
implementing the NICNAS reforms

5.4    Ongoing consultation mechanisms

6   Financial estimates

7A   Financial performance

7B   Non-financial performance

8   Key forward dates and events

9   CRIS approval and change register

Attachment A—Design of cost recovery fees

Attachment B—Cost recovery risk assessment template

Attachment C—Summary of stakeholder comments on the Cost Recovery Discussion Paper, June 2015

Attachment D—Non-financial performance

Last update 29 July 2018