Review of Public Consultation Documents
Many public documents, for instance, local government
annual plans and reviews to legislative Acts, require public consultation and
submissions before they can be actioned. Normally these documents are drafted
internally, released for public review, then revised and formally enacted.
However, history shows that public participation in
the review process is low, and the administrative burden of processing
submissions hampers the ability of public bodies to act decisively and in
a timely fashion.
What Informis does:
- Make provisional public documents available via the web, allowing fast
distribution to all interested parties.
- Ask for general submissions, and/or tailor specific questions on areas of
- Collect public submissions relating to the documents in real-time;
instantly available for discussion and review.
Contact Informis for more information