Actal publish its Work Programme 2015 “Less regulatory burden, more room for innovation”

The Work Programme of 2015 has now been published by Actal. In it the priorities for the upcoming year are set out. The theme of Actal Work Programme 2015 is room for innovation which according to Actal should result in a regulatory burden policy that allows entrepreneurs to create new business activities and that ensures that citizens and professionals are better able to shape their lives and work in accordance with their own judgment. Furthermore the decentralization within the government will also be a priority during the year. Especially what consequences decentralization has on the regulatory burden for business and citizens.

To read the Actal Work Programme 2015, see here.