The Streamline WA submission portal is temporarily closed while the State Government focuses on existing projects related to COVID-19. Further updates will be provided in due course.
Have you got an idea to improve regulation and make it easier to do business in WA?
Share your ideas at any time using the form below or upload a prepared submission.
You can also mail your prepared submission to:
Streamline WA Secretariat
Locked Bag 100
East Perth WA 6892
Submissions are treated as public documents and will be published on our website.
You may choose for your name and contact details to be removed from your submission before publishing. Submissions received from government agencies and representative organisations will be published with name and contact details displayed.
Individuals who don’t want their submission to be published, should mark it as confidential.
Streamline WA reserves the right to not publish any material that is derogatory, defamatory or clearly out of scope of the initiative.
Tips for preparing a submissionShow more
- Don’t include material whose copyright you don’t own, such as newspaper articles. Reference or link to this material in your submission instead.
- Don’t include other people’s personal details (home and email address and phone and fax numbers) in your submission.
- Don’t submit password protected files.
- Remove any tracked changes, internal links and hidden text from your document before submitting.
- Upload documents, files and attachments with a maximum size of up to 10Mb.
What happens to your idea?Show more
All submissions are assessed and prioritised using criteria approved by the Streamline WA Steering Committee.
To meet the assessment criteria, submissions must propose regulatory reform that:
- will make it easier to do business in WA
- can be applied by the Western Australian government
- are of a scale and nature that can’t be dealt with by a single government agency
- is not already being addressed or developed by a government agency
- offers benefits that outweigh the costs of implementation.
Eligible submissions are then prioritised and referred to a government agency which will work collaboratively with government, industry and community to explore and progress the proposed reforms.
Reform proposals that are not progressed under Streamline WA may be referred to a government agency for consideration and action.