For instance, the Industry Forum is designed to promote the “Works in Progress” related to regulatory impact assessment, design and development strategies and the efforts to overcome present networking and communications environment challenges.
What does RIA stand for?
RIA stands for Regulatory Impact Assessment
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We have 171 other meanings of RIA in our Acronym Attic
- Reaming Irrigation Aspirator (bone graft harvesting system)
- Recommended Improvement Area
- Régiment d'Infanterie Alpine (French: Alpine Infantry Regiment)
- Regional Incentive Agreement (Government pricing agreement term)
- Regional Integration Arrangement (various organizations)
- Regional Internet Australia
- Regional Inuit Association (Canada)
- Registered Industrial Accountant (Canada)
- Registered Investment Advisor
- Regulatory Impact Analysis
- Related Instructor Activity (US Navy)
- Relativistic Impulse Approximation
- Remote Internet Access
- Reprogramming Interface Assembly
- Research and Innovation Actions (Horizon 2020; EU)
- Research in Action
- Research Initiation Award
- Research Institute of America (tax research firm)
- Research Institute on Addictions
- Réseau Incendie Armée
Samples in periodicals archive:
A spokesperson for the Welsh Language Commissioner said: "Welsh Ministers introduce standards through regulations In so doing a regulatory impact assessment will be conducted.
The business community is satisfied with the implementation of the Regulatory Impact Assessment process (RIA).
On 10 November 2009, the Scottish Government issued seven draft Scottish Statutory Instruments, a partial Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) and draft guidance.
According to Stats Secretary of Justice Ministry Aida Solianova, the President vetoed the tourism law, since no regulatory impact assessment of a good quality was made, while this can affect principles of doing business protection.
5 to 15 hours per week in 2010, the Federation of Small Businesses is calling for a proper Regulatory Impact Assessment of the plans.
The group is calling on the Government to carry out a proper Regulatory Impact Assessment of the plans, particularly as in some local authorities the funding formula being used is insufficient to cover nurseries' costs.