Cost recovery of exports certification

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Consultation on proposed food and plant export CRIS took place in 2019 and 2020. Following this, the Australian Government announced the Busting Congestion for Agricultural Exporters package as part of the 2020–21 Budget.

2020-21 export cost recovery implementation statements (CRISs) have been published on our website. A CRIS has been established for each of the grain, horticulture, meat, dairy, fish and egg, live animal exports and non-prescribed goods export cost recovery arrangements.

A summary of your feedback provided during the 2019 and 2020 consultation and our response has been included in each 2020-21 export CRIS.

We will soon publish a draft 2021-22 CRIS for each export arrangement. These will be available for feedback before we set final fees and charges from 1 July 2021.

Please visit Export Cost Recovery Implementation Statements for more information on upcoming consultation.

Submissions are now closed.

We are revising our export cost recovery arrangements for food and plant related commodities.

Each arrangement has a Cost recovery implementation statement (CRIS) that sets out:

  • the legislative basis for cost recovery
  • how we design our fees and charges
  • how we apply fees and charges
  • how we report on fees and charges.

We asked for your feedback on the draft CRIS. Submissions closed 31 January 2020.

What happens next

We will publish a summary of your feedback on the CRIS’s and our response.

We will publish an updated draft CRIS incorporating any changes from the feedback received and seek your feedback on the update.

A final CRIS will be published on the department’s website prior to implementation.

We expect to implement revised fees and charges on 1 July 2021, subject to government approval.

How we developed the statements

We developed the draft Plant and Food CRIS:

  • in consultation with Industry Consultative Committees
  • to address recommendations from the 2016-17 independent reviews of the plant and meat export cost recovery arrangements .

We are conducting this process in line with the:

Consultation on proposed food and plant export CRIS took place in 2019 and 2020. Following this, the Australian Government announced the Busting Congestion for Agricultural Exporters package as part of the 2020–21 Budget.

2020-21 export cost recovery implementation statements (CRISs) have been published on our website. A CRIS has been established for each of the grain, horticulture, meat, dairy, fish and egg, live animal exports and non-prescribed goods export cost recovery arrangements.

A summary of your feedback provided during the 2019 and 2020 consultation and our response has been included in each 2020-21 export CRIS.

We will soon publish a draft 2021-22 CRIS for each export arrangement. These will be available for feedback before we set final fees and charges from 1 July 2021.

Please visit Export Cost Recovery Implementation Statements for more information on upcoming consultation.

Submissions are now closed.

We are revising our export cost recovery arrangements for food and plant related commodities.

Each arrangement has a Cost recovery implementation statement (CRIS) that sets out:

  • the legislative basis for cost recovery
  • how we design our fees and charges
  • how we apply fees and charges
  • how we report on fees and charges.

We asked for your feedback on the draft CRIS. Submissions closed 31 January 2020.

What happens next

We will publish a summary of your feedback on the CRIS’s and our response.

We will publish an updated draft CRIS incorporating any changes from the feedback received and seek your feedback on the update.

A final CRIS will be published on the department’s website prior to implementation.

We expect to implement revised fees and charges on 1 July 2021, subject to government approval.

How we developed the statements

We developed the draft Plant and Food CRIS:

  • in consultation with Industry Consultative Committees
  • to address recommendations from the 2016-17 independent reviews of the plant and meat export cost recovery arrangements .

We are conducting this process in line with the: