In 2018 the government invited the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) to review the UK’s international regulatory cooperation practices. The OECD review (May 2020) recommended that the UK government take action to ensure more systematic consideration of international regulatory cooperation across government and regulatory bodies.
The government response sets out plans for a cross-government strategy to take forward the OECD recommendations.
This call for evidence will help identify priorities for our international regulatory cooperation strategy and ensure it meets the needs of the wider regulatory and business community. We’d like views from regulators, industry, standards-setting bodies and other interested parties on:
- how you already engage in international regulatory cooperation
- your priorities to help inform where we focus our future efforts
- how government can help you identify and pursue opportunities
See the BEIS consultation privacy notice.
Please do not send responses by post to the department at the moment as we may not be able to access them.