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Vulnerable Supply Chains

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An interim report, to be released in mid-March, will focus on supply chain vulnerabilities from Australia's role as an importer. Participants are invited to examine the report and comment on it by written submission by Friday 2 April 2021.

The Commission is also looking to examine supply chain vulnerabilities from Australia's role as an exporter. The Commission is particularly interested in understanding:

  • how firms manage and respond to disruptions in export market conditions and access
  • the impact that these disruptions can have, including in regional areas.

Comments and submissions on these issues are invited by Friday 2 April 2021.

Participants should provide evidence to support their views, including data and specific examples where possible.

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Individuals: Are you of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin?

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We collect this information so that we can observe levels of engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and organisations during this project, and to assess whether we need to alter our processes to encourage greater engagement.

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Information about individual participants’ Indigenous origin status will not be disclosed or published for any reason. However, we may publish the final total numbers or proportions of Indigenous engagement in this project.

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Organisations: Is this an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander organisation?

Why do we ask this question?

We collect this information so that we can observe levels of engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and organisations during this project, and to assess whether we need to alter our processes to encourage greater engagement.

Only staff of the Productivity Commission will be permitted access to this information. The information will be stored on secure, password-protected ICT systems and destroyed in accordance with terms detailed in the appropriate records authorities.

Information about individual participants’ Indigenous origin status will not be disclosed or published for any reason. However, we may publish the final total numbers or proportions of Indigenous engagement in this project.

You can seek access to our records of this information, and ask us to correct the information we hold about you, at any time.

For more information, see our complete Privacy Policy

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