The federal and provincial working groups will mainly drive the PRMI implementation. These groups will include national and subnational regulators, business associations, and chambers of commerce. In addition to having their own PIUs, the working groups will work closely with PMU to undertake a fast-tracked elimination of unnecessary RLCOs (including an optional use of guillotine approach), simplification, and automation of regulatory processes within their jurisdiction. Similarly, the provincial working groups led by their respective chief secretaries will be vital for driving the reform process. They will also include members from the local chambers of commerce, regulators, and relevant provincial secretaries representing their respective departments.
- BOI notified a federal working group comprising public and private sector stakeholders.
- Provincial governments have notified provincial working groups comprising public and private sector stakeholders.
- The federal and provincial working groups meet every two months to review the progress and guide the implementation of PRMI, focusing on establishing the regulatory footprint of each government organisation within their jurisdiction.
- The working groups take ownership of overall reform activities within their jurisdictions, overseeing that unnecessary and unjustified regulations are eliminated, the non-business friendly ones are simplified and automated.
- The BOI to organise onboarding workshops to ensure these working groups fully understand the PRMI objectives.
- PIUs assist each working group with technical support from BOI to coordinate with the focal persons in their respective jurisdictions and carry out the reforms process.