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Friday, 29 July 2011

Inspection Reform Coordination Council Holds Fourth Sitting




The Inspection Reform Coordination Council held a fourth sitting at the Office of Government, chaired by council head, Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan.

The council discussed the guidelines and sample forms applicable to the drafting of such sub-legislative acts as provide for enactment of the law on amendments to the law on organization and conduct of inspections in the Republic of Armenia as adopted by the National Assembly on June 23, 2011.

The proposed amendments seek to restrict the scope of checkups by focusing on risky entities. The inspectors will have to develop a methodology and sample forms for risk-based checkups, as well as to publish yearly action plans and reports.

To ensure efficient introduction of a well-coordinated and integrated system of inspections, the Ministry of Economy Secretariat for Inspection Reform presented a methodology for risk-based checkups, test sheet design guidelines, sample forms for yearly checks and supplement guidelines, as well as a sample form for past-year activity reports and supplement guidelines.

The council took note of the progress report on pilot inspection activities. The draft methodology of risk-based checkups was approved during the council meeting.
 

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