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Inquiries

Public inquiries give the opportunity for all points of view in the community to be heard and considered. All individuals, firms, groups and organisations with an interest in an inquiry can participate in the inquiry.

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National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Costs

22 Feb 2017

A study to review the costs of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

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National Water Reform

1 Feb 2017

The Commission has been asked to undertake an inquiry into the reform of Australia’s water resources sector.

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Intellectual Property Arrangements

20 Dec 2016

The Australian Government asked the Productivity Commission to undertake a 12 month public inquiry into Australia's intellectual property system. This inquiry is now complete.

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Marine Fisheries and Aquaculture

19 Dec 2016

This inquiry was asked to consider whether there are opportunities to improve fisheries regulations without compromising fishery policy and environmental objectives.

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Human Services

12 Dec 2016

A public inquiry into the increased application of competition, contestability and informed user choice to human services.

/inquiries/current/human-services

Transitioning Regional Economies

12 Dec 2016

A 12-month study into the geographic impacts of the transition of the Australian economy following the resources investment boom.

/inquiries/current/transitioning-regions

Education Evidence Base

9 Dec 2016

A public inquiry into the further development of the national evidence base for school and early childhood education, which was completed in 9 months.

/inquiries/completed/education-evidence

Consumer Law Enforcement and Administration

8 Dec 2016

The Australian Government asked the Productivity Commission to undertake a study of the enforcement and administration arrangements underpinning the Australian Consumer Law (ACL).

/inquiries/current/consumer-law

Telecommunications Universal Service Obligation

6 Dec 2016

The Australian Government asked the Productivity Commission to undertake a 12-month inquiry into the future direction of a universal service obligation (USO) in the telecommunications market.

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Superannuation

25 Nov 2016

The study to develop criteria to assess the efficiency and competitiveness of the superannuation system is now complete, and the inquiry to develop alternative models for a formal competitive process for allocating default fund members to products

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