- To make rules and regulations more effective and less costly for businesses.
- To reduce regulatory costs for businesses.
- Relevant disclosures of information.
- To reduce the burden of disclosure for businesses.
- A cohesive procedure for the work on better regulation in Sweden, with clear political responsibility and leadership.
- Clear and measurable goals for the better regulation efforts in Sweden.
- The implementation of better regulation proposals, which are considered to have a high priority by businesses, in Sweden and the EU.
- The systematic evaluation of rules and regulations by the Swedish Parliament, the Government and government agencies, based on cost-effectiveness, purpose and the achievement of goals.
- The improvement of the quality of impact assessments associated with the introduction of new rules and regulations.
- The regulations which are the least costly for businesses should be selected, while ensuring that they meet the purpose of the rules and regulations.
- The transposition of EU directives into Swedish law in a manner that does not impair the competitiveness of businesses.
- The transposition of EU directives into national law should be at a minimum level.
- Consequences for and effects on businesses should be reported when Swedish rules go beyond what is required when EU law is transposed to Swedish legislation.
- An effective and uniform application of regulations by public authorities, county administrative boards and municipalities.
- Effective governance by the central government administration.
- To limit and facilitate the disclosure of information by businesses and ensure that businesses only need to disclose the same piece of information once, in a single place.
NNR strives to meet these goals by:
- Maintaining a dialogue and engaging with the Swedish parliament, political parties, public authorities, county administrative boards and municipalities, as well as EU institutions and the OECD.
- Conveying the unique expertise of NNR and its members to decision makers – across a variety of issues.
- Informing and conducting development projects of its own.
- Monitoring and providing information on important better regulation issues and problems on behalf of stakeholders and members alike.
- Monitoring and responding to consultation documents so that regulations are analysed and impact assessments are presented.