Modernising Australia’s approach to managing established pests and diseases of national significance: Discussion paper

​​​On 1 June 2015 the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources and the National Biosecurity Committee (NBC) published a discussion paper, Modernising​ Australia’s approach to managing established pests and diseases of national significance​. The paper outlined a proposed new framework for managing established pests and diseases of national significance.

The department received 32 submissions, from landholders, non-government organisations and industry and community groups.

The key points and themes raised in the submissions were considered by the NBC in finalising the new framework for managing established pe​sts and diseases of national significance.

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Submissions

All submissions received, have been published below, unless marked ‘in confidence’ or where authors have not authorised publication of their submission on the department’s webpage.

Published submissions may not meet Australian Government accessibility requirements as they have not been prepared by the department.