Guidance on undertaking cost-benefit and risk analysis of regulatory proposals to be incorporated into Regulation Impact Statements (RIS).
Australian government guidance
A risk assessment tool to support government consideration of a New Policy Proposal. The Risk Potential Assessment Tool (RPAT) template provides a standardised assessment and presentation of risks in new proposals.
A helpful framework to ensure your policy is able to be evaluated against its objectives, benefits and risks.
This Evaluation Strategy is a guide to conduct robust and consistent evaluations of programs and policies.
The ANZSOG Better Evaluation Hub is a centre of expertise developed to strengthen the capacity of the public and not-for-profit sectors to generate and use evaluation and other types of evidence to support decision-making and practice.
This site provides information and links to innovation organisations from around the world, including access to their tools and techniques.
The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet has developed a site with information and toolkits to support the development of new policy and successful implementation throughout the policy lifecycle.
A conceptual framework for incorporating consideration of wellbeing in policy advice.
Rules and processes for developing Cabinet Submissions including cabinet decision-making, documentation requirements, security measures and how to manage Caretaker periods.
New policy proposals may have a regulatory impact, requiring completion of a Regulation Impact Statement (RIS). This guide will help you understand when a RIS is required and what questions it needs to address.