Annual Report 2003/2004 Department of Business Industry and Resource Development
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POLICY DEVELOPMENT AND COORDINATION GROUP SERVICES The Policy and Coordination Group also delivers services under Output 1. The Group provides research and coordination services and advice on policy issues strategic to business, industry development and to the Territorys Asian and international relations. Figure 11: Policy Development and Coordination Divisions Supporting Output 1 t lo Cl CD C 03 13 C C < Business and Industry Policy Supports delivery of the NT Governments economic development objectives and the implementation of the Economic Development Strategy. Includes coordination of the Business Round Table, local content policy, industry policy development and contributes to whole-of-government policy development. Key Achievements Completed the NTs first manufacturing industry strategy, Making it in the Territory, in partnership with industry and commenced implementation. Commenced development of a professional and business services sector strategy. Contributed to NT Government construction industry sector reforms and commenced the development of a construction industry strategy. Managed the Red Tape Project to develop the report, A Review o f Business Legislation in the Northern Territory. Coordinated business focus groups in Darwin, Palmerston, Katherine and Alice Springs to examine the issues and contributing factors to business confidence for small and medium enterprises. Coordinated the Chief Ministers Business Round Table. Ten meetings were held during the year, with 135 participants, in Darwin, Palmerston, Katherine, Tennant Creek, Alice Springs and Maningrida. Department of Business, Industry & Resource Development 29
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