Inspector-General of Live Animal Exports seeks your views

Inspector-General of Live Animal Exports seeks your views

22 November 2021

The Inspector-General of Live Animal Exports (IGLAE) is conducting a review to examine the effectiveness and efficiency of the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment’s requirements, management and decision making processes for livestock export licences and livestock export approved arrangements.

The IGLAE is seeking submissions from those involved or have an interest in livestock exports. Share your views and concerns regarding livestock export licences and the livestock export approved arrangements framework. 

Submissions are due by 14 January 2022 via Have Your Say.
 

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