The Americas Business Dialogue (ABD), a private sector led initiative facilitated by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has included several recommendations regarding GRP in its 2018-2021 Action for Growth Report.
“Implement mechanisms to ensure legitimate, transparent and technically sound regulations, and adopt administrative simplification plans.”
“Develop a mechanism for private sector and inter-government coordination on regulatory cooperation projects that helps economies implement a shared set of Good Regulatory Practices (GRPs), to develop competitive economies and support participatory and transparent democracies.”
These recommendations are underpinned by a 2017 GRP implementation guide from the Center for Global Regulatory Cooperation entitled, “The Bridge to Cooperation: Good Regulatory Design.” The guide provides an overview of good regulatory practices for governments and stakeholders including:
More information on GRP including the implementation of GRP in several Latin American countries is available on the Standards Alliance GRP and Medical Device Regulatory Convergence Project 1.0.
OECD/IDB Report “Government at a Glance 2020” . This third edition of Government at a Glance Latin America and the Caribbean provides the latest available evidence on public administrations and their performance in the LAC region and compares it to OECD countries.
Following this link, you may find a high level review of the report prepared by the Coalition.
Meetings of the Ibero American and the Caribbean Network of Regulatory Improvement
27 and 29 October 2020: 9th Meeting of the Ibero American and the Caribbean Network of Regulatory Improvement