The ACCC has released a survey to seek feedback from consumers and business as a part of its annual review of the ACCC’s Compliance and Enforcement Policy.
The ACCC’s Compliance and Enforcement policy sets out the ACCC’s priority areas for its compliance and enforcement activities and lists the primary factors the ACCC will take into account when deciding to pursue issues or matters.
Feedback from businesses and consumers is invaluable when drafting this policy and past feedback has had a direct impact on our priority areas.
We are seeking your views on our current priority areas and asking you to identify a new issue that might be resulting in consumer harm or competitive detriment.
We would appreciate you taking the time to provide us with your input to help us ensure that the ACCC’s resources are utilised in the most effective way possible in 2017.
The survey will be open until Monday 10 October 2016.
The survey is available at: The ACCC strategic review survey.
The ACCC’s current Compliance and Enforcement Policy is available at: Compliance and Enforcement Policy.
The 2017 Compliance and Enforcement Policy will be released in February 2017.