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The Business Impact Target (BIT) provides an incentive across Government to reduce unnecessary regulatory burdens on business and applies to all CAA measures that regulate the activities of business. Relevant regulatory activities that we have carried out from June 2017 need to be reported on, whether they count towards the target (Qualifying Regulatory Provisions (QRPs)) or not (Non Qualifying Regulatory Provisions (NPQRs)).
Under section 24A of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act, we are required to publish, for each reporting period, a list of QRPs and a summary of NQRPs.
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