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  • New Standards of Good Regulation

    New Standards of Good Regulation

    In 2016 we asked whether our Standards of Good Regulation were still fit for purpose? The answer was both yes and no. We have just published our first performance review using the new Standards. - this blog explains more about why and how they were revised

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  • Agility in a time of crisis

    Natasha Wynne - policy officer

    How can a regulatory system respond to a pandemic? The six principles of right-touch regulation can provide a useful framework - in this blog we look at agility - exploring what it means and how it might be applied in the current crisis

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  • Covid-19: what impact will it have on regulatory policy going forward?

    Director of Standards and Policy

    We met (virtually) with regulatory colleagues to discuss how the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted our work and how it is likely to have long-lasting effects and and shape regulatory policy well into the future

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  • How research can help make regulation better

    Douglas Bilton

    Douglas Bilton explains how our academic and research conference provides opportunities for those working in the regulatory field to share findings, identify common issues and look at how regulation can adapt to meet the challenges of the future

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  • Adapting to change in three steps: reflections from the research and academic conference

    Mark Platt - GDC

    Mark Platt – Policy Manager at the GDC – reflects on our recent Academic and Research conference from three perspectives: attending, presenting and chairing a break-out session. This year's conference asked: 'Regulation in the future - will it matter?'

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Please note the views expressed in these blogs are those of the individual bloggers and do not necessarily reflect those of the Professional Standards Authority.