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Peru: Technical Assistance in Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) to Public Entities of the Executive Branch

The objective of this project is to provide technical assistance to the RIA Unit of the Council of Ministers of Peru (PCM) and to selected public entities of the Executive Power for the implementation of the new Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) obligations set by the Government in April 2021. The work will consist in coaching time for 10 ministries and agencies preparing a pilot RIA each. This customized support and advice to the 10 RIA technical teams will be organized around general webinars discussing the six steps in drafting their respective RIA report. The project will also provide specialized technical advice to the RIA Unit, the Multisectoral Commission for Regulatory Quality (i.e., a collegiate body whose purpose is to evaluate the RIA of regulatory projects submitted by public entities), and other involved stakeholders in charge of mainstreaming the new requirements.

Based extensive RIA experience, JC&A will work with the RIA Unit, 10 ministries and agencies and other key stakeholders to:

  • Identify and define public policy problems.
  • Advise on the identification of regulatory and non-regulation options
  • Support for the application of methodologies to identify and evaluate regulatory impacts
  • Undertake regulatory public consultation
  • Address compliance strategies, as well as monitoring and evaluation

The project will also assist the RIA Unita and the Multisectoral Commission for Regulatory Quality on increasing capacities in evaluating the quality of RIA reports

Funded by PCM-Promsace, 2021-2022.

Regulatory Effectiveness Review

 Our client required a review of its regulatory effectiveness as an organisation and its ability to respond to a changing commercial and environmental remit. JC&A carried out a landscape review of the impact of regulation across the business divisions. We assessed the internal capacity to respond to and influence regulation in advance both nationally and internationally and benchmarked the regulatory function against comparable organisations. Following this we carried out a gap analysis comparing the AS IS situation to the desired TO BE future capability requirement incorporating a regulatory risk assessment of current and future threats. The deliverable incorporated a set of recommendations to address the future regulatory environment including the appropriate organisation design.

Client confidential, 2021.