Project Title

Capacity Building on Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) for Regulatory Reform 

Project Year

2016   

Project Number

EC 02 2016A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EC 02 2016A 

Project Title

Capacity Building on Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) for Regulatory Reform 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Connectivity 

Project Year

2016 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

149,960 

Co-funding Amount

128,700 

Total Project Value

278,660 

Sponsoring Forum

Economic Committee (EC) 

Topics

Structural Reform 

Committee

Economic Committee (EC) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Thailand 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Malaysia; Mexico 

Expected Start Date

01/01/2017 

Expected Completion Date

30/09/2017 

Project Proponent Name 1

Pakorn Nilprapunt (new PO wef 3 May 2017) 

Job Title 1

Deputy Secretary-General 

Organization 1

Office of the Council of State 

Postal Address 1

1 Phra Atit Road, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok 10200, Thailand 

Telephone 1

66-2 2220206 Extension 1529 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

krittikayu@gmail.com 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Pakorn Nilprapunt 

Project Summary

Proposed project will build on Thailand’s 2014 “ANSSR: Developing RIA Guidelines as anti-corruption tool”. Project “Capacity Building on RIA for Regulatory Reform will be organized for local/central government officials. RIA is perceived as necessary tool for legislation by government. Government agencies are required to conduct RIA during the drafting legislation process. However, RIA is not being carried out effectively due to lack of understanding and skills amongst officials. 

This project aims to (1) enhance capabilities of government agencies to better understand and be able to effectively carry out RIA; (2) propagate and share knowledge and experiences on RIA and (3) build networks of legal-related officials who involve in policy-making/rule-making/reform process. 

Project’s activities will plan to (1) conducting manual for RIA guidelines (2) organising series of learning process workshops to enhance knowledge and experience on RIA through experts. Thailand will also consult other APEC economies to learn from their experiences.

Relevance

Regulatory impact analysis (RIA) has been widely applied by many APEC economies to help develop more effective and transparent regulations. It will also help to facilitate informed decision-making in selecting the best option that addresses various dimension including economic, social and environment problems; provided the benefits outweigh the costs. RIA is necessary tool for the Thai legislation process.

In Thailand, RIA, as stated in the article 77 of the coming constitution (that recently passed the referendum) and as described in the Regulation on Criteria and Procedure for Submission of the Matter to the Cabinet, B.E. 2548 (2005), which is also known as “CHECKLIST”, requires government agencies, in relation to the proposed legislation, to assess the overall impact regarding economic, social and environmental condition. Many consultations and evidences are required to undertake a good quality RIA, which is the cornerstone of programs for ‘better regulation’ and ‘good regulatory governance. However, RIA is not being done effectively due to lack of understanding and skills amongst government officials.

In 2014, Thailand’s project “ANSSR:- Developing Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) Guideline as an anti-corruption tool” was funded by APEC and RIA guideline, action plan for driving RIA guideline, and RIA curriculum for training the trainers were achieved as a result. Therefore this project “Capacity Building on RIA for Regulatory Reform”, will build on the 2014 project as it aims to further (1) enhance capabilities of Thai government agencies to understand and be able to effectively carry out RIA; (2) propagate, learn and share knowledge and experiences on RIA to Thai legal officials and (interested) APEC Members; (3) build networks of legal-related officials at the local and domestic level who are involved in policy-making/ rule-making/ reform process. The intensive workshops will be organized in Thailand with more systematic skills training will be undertaken in implementing the RIA.

This project will be undertaken by the Office of Law Reform Commission of Thailand (OLRCT) as it is the main independent agency, which has the essential duties and responsibilities to revise and develop domestic law through the process that ensure public participation. Thus expert from APEC economies would be invited to the workshop to provide their knowledge and skill, as well as share experiences/best practices to the APEC member.

The proposed project has a direct link to objectives under the Rank 1 Funding Criteria for 2016, promoting regional economic integration via free and open trade and investment, including (1) standards, conformity assessment, technical regulations, regulatory cooperation and regulatory coherence, including good regulatory practices and (2) structural reform, including overcoming the MIT and the implementation of the Renewed APEC Agenda for Structural Reforms for 2016-2020 (RAASR). It also falls under Institutional Connectivity  including by addressing issues of  structural and regulatory reforms as well as regulatory coherence and the international interoperability, harmonization of local policies with existing international agreements; People-to-People Connectivity including the exchange of innovative ideas, information/best practices sharing, capacity building and policy dialogues that are consistent with the principles and targets set by the APEC Connectivity Blueprint for 2015-2025.

Objectives

· To enhance the capacity/capabilities of relevant regulatory agencies to make informed decisions on how to structure a new regulation or amend an existing regulation based on comprehensive analysis that includes consultations with affected stakeholders.

· To propagate, share and discuss the knowledge on administrative and technical challenges of implementing RIA, including linkages between RIA and public consultation and how we can use RIA to improve public consultation in rule-making/reform process.

· To build a network of legal-related officials who are involved in policy-making/ rule-making/ reform process.

Alignment

This proposed Project is in line with the broad priority of APEC to promote structural reforms, particular under the Renewed APEC Agenda for Structural Reforms (RAASR) for 2016-2020. 

This project advances the EC’s commitment to enhance the use of Good Regulatory Practice (GRP)’s throughout APEC and the leader’s directive “to provide innovative capacity building approaches to the implementation of good regulatory practices and the use of regulatory tools”. The EC has a mandate to progress structural reform ‎in accordance with the Renewed APEC Agenda for Structural Reforms (RAASR) 2016-2020 and was also instructed to promote awareness and a wider use of international legal instruments to strengthen the legal infrastructure of APEC economies, as well as encourage member economies to undertake a self-assessment of barriers to competition (including a review of current competition laws and policies). 

LRCT aims to revise and develop entire legal system in respect to its 7 general principles like the Principle of Rule and Laws, Good Governance, Knowledge Base, Public Participation, etc. Respectively, OLRCT‘s strategic plans are to develop legal system as well as strengthen and empower people participation in law making process. The project then will enhance and facilitate people involving the legislative process through RIA via public consultation.

TILF/ASF Justification

The project seeks to support GRP to improve clarity, understandability, practicability, consistency with international standard, transparency and elimination of trade barrier in Thailand and developing economies and the ANSSR’S commitment to promoting more open, well – functioning, transparent, and competitive markets. 

The developed economies will be invited to the intensive workshops/ seminars to share knowledge and experiences on RIA.  Thailand and interested developing economies will directly gain knowledge from best practices in developing and implementing RIA in each economy setting which will allow them to establish and improve RIA to ensure a sound policy and regulatory initiation. The lessons learn from the intensive workshops/seminars can be shared to all APEC economies. APEC can encourage other APEC developing economies to undertake similar capacity building programme. The developing economies will benefit from better legal enforcement and better policy as a whole.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: For 2017, The OLRCT has action plan to organize two intensive workshops for RIA capacity building for 80 participants (40 participants in each intensive workshops). The majority of participants will be regulatory officials, who will be assigned by their respectively department directly responsible for the assessment of regulatory impact. The first intensive workshops will be held during February – May 2017 (1st Group/ 40 participants) and during May – August 2017 (2nd Group/ 40 participants).

Each intensive workshop for RIA capacity building will be composing of conceptualizing learning process, RIA in practices, and public consultation in action. The participants will be required to draft the RIA report and to present their finding at the regional seminar in October 2017. In this regard, the APEC economies will be invited to comment and exchange their experiences on RIA in this regional seminar. The participation from APEC economies can also be done via skype or side-event at an EC meeting.

In addition to the intensive workshops for RIA capacity building abovementioned, the OLRCT also plans to produce the RIA toolkit containing information necessary to ensure understanding and increase skill on RIA. The toolkit shall be used by the regulatory agencies involved with law-making/ policy-making/ reform process in Thailand as well as APEC economies for better regulation and good regulatory governance.

The output therefore can be summarized as follows:

Detailed Outputs

1st Group

2nd Group

1. Two-conceptualizing learning process workshops for RIA to get stakeholders involved in policy-making/rule-making/reform process to reinforce the implementation of RIA. The participants will include officials of the OLRCT, Ministries, Parliament, local administrations, legal academics, general legal profession and people who exercised their Constitutional right to initiate the law. The workshops will be contemplated on essential concepts,, such as, the topic of Rule of Law and Good Governance, Human rights and Liberty including Gender Perspective, People participation in Legal Process, Comparative Laws and international instruments binding at international law, Public Policy Analysis and Policy Evaluation, Legal analysis from economist’s perspective, Interdisciplinary Methodology on Social Reform, Civic Engagement and Public Consultation Process. (January/May 2017)

Feb 2017

May 2017

2. Two-practical workshops for RIA (provided by the experts from/recommended by APEC) to gain practical knowledge on the RIA from the APEC experts, experiences APEC economies as well as expert from OECD. RIA guidelines/template (Thai version) will be presented and discussed to be implemented. Then the participants shall formulate the drafted RIA report on their selected topics under advice from the APEC, OECD and Thai experts. (February and June 2017).

Mar 2017

Jun 2017

3. Two-practical workshops on public consultation process for RIA to conduct actual public consultation on the proposed RIA topics to ensure that the participants will make informed decisions on how to structure a new regulation or amend an existing regulation through RIA based on comprehensive analysis that includes consultations with affected stakeholders. (March/April and July/August 2017)

Apr/May 2017

Jul/Aug 2017

4. Regional seminars on the formulation of RIA report to present the drafted RIA report of the participants from the intensive workshops on RIA capacity building to receive comments from the APEC, OECD and Thai experts, as well as, to learn from experiences of APEC economies. (October 2017)

Oct 2017

5.  RIA Toolkit containing information necessary to ensure understanding and improve skill on RIA. The toolkit shall be used for the RIA capacity building subsequent to the completion of this project to reinforce the implementation of RIA. The toolkit will be benefit to the regulatory agencies involved with law-making/ policy-making/ reform process in Thailand as well as APEC economies for better regulation and good regulatory governance. The RIA toolkit will be presented in publication or multimedia format.

Oct 2017


Outcomes: 

1) Sharing experience concerning the barrier to amending RIA system for Thailand environment and best practice economies environment where they have used RIA as a tool to improve regulatory quality. This sharing experience leads to increase capacity of all Thai agencies concerned. Standard for RIA will be increased as capacity is strengthened.

2) The stakeholders involved in policy-making/ rule-making/reform process will make informed decisions on how to structure a new regulation or amend an existing regulation through RIA based on comprehensive analysis that includes consultations with affected stakeholders. The efficiency and transparency of regulatory process will be increased.

3) Social, environment and economic impacts will be systematically analyzed. The mitigation measures will be address the risks which will prevent and lessen unexpected outcomes from policy implementation and regulatory enforcement.

4) Prevent corruption and increase transparency in government agencies that has undermined good business environment and Thailand’s competitiveness.

5) Thailand and APEC economies will benefit from better legal enforcement and better policy which will ultimately increase regional competitiveness as a whole. 

Beneficiaries: This project directly targets legal-related/ regulatory officials who are involved in policy-making/ rule-making/reform process in all Ministries and local administrations, legal academics as well as general legal profession. The participants of the intensive workshops under this project will be approximately 80 persons. The intensive workshops will be held twice. The first intensive workshops will be held during February – May 2017 (1st Group/ 40 participants) and during May – August 2017 (2nd Group/ 40 participants). The participants of series of intensive workshops on RIA capacity building will include officials of the OLRCT, Ministries, Parliament, local administrations, legal academics and people who exercised the right to initiate the law. The majority of participants will be regulatory officials, who will be assigned by the department directly responsible for the assessment of regulatory impact. The participants of the intensive workshops will gain knowledge from best practices and practical knowledge in developing and implementing RIA. 

APEC economies will be invited to the regional seminar which will be held in October 2017. The regional seminar will be a forum to exchanges experience and lessons learned on the RIA in Thailand with other economies. The participation from APEC economies can also be done via skype or side-event at an EC meeting. The participants of the regional seminar will gain knowledge from best practices and practical knowledge in developing and implementing RIA. Learning from best practice will enhance understanding and effective implementation of RIA and will be a great resource to extend their knowledge to those who work in relevant agencies. 

Relevant stakeholders including business sector, consumer groups, civil society actors, non-government organizations and the general public in Thailand will have opportunities to participate in the workshops and seminars. The stakeholders will have awareness and understanding of the RIA on how to participate in the impact assessment process in a legitimate and systematic manner. Such awareness will increase the efficiency and transparency of regulatory process.

Dissemination

The documents relating to workshops and seminars in this project will be provided in electronic format made available on the OLRCT website, and whenever possible, in websites of Thai government agencies, non-governmental organizations and the Documents Database of the APEC Meeting. The report can also be shared with the OECD and other international organizations that conduct and champion on RIA and GRP. The stakeholders involved in policy-making/rule-making/reform process shall be able to access to those documents as tools to reinforce the implementation of RIA. 

The documents shall include:

·  The workshops and seminars materials including presentations of the speakers and draft RIA reports (to be submitted by the participants at the end of training programme). The materials will be provided in electronic form and hard copies as necessary for the workshops/seminars participants;

.  The publication and multimedia on RIA toolkit containing information necessary to ensure understanding and improve skill on RIA. The toolkit will be benefit to the regulatory agencies involved with law-making/ policy-making/ reform process in Thailand as well as APEC economies as tools for conducting the RIA capacity building subsequent to the completion of this project for better regulation and good regulatory governance. The publication and multimedia shall be made available both in Thai and English.

Gender

In developing economies, particularly in Thailand, role of female on economic and social development have been rapidly increased because female has more opportunity to attend education system than before. OLRCT will ensure that both female and male speakers/ participants have equal opportunity to be invited to attend and participate in the workshops and seminars and that 50% of each workshops and seminars representatives will be female. OLRCT will also encourage and make sure that female stakeholders will actively engage in the workshop and their voices will be heard. 

The workshop design and training materials shall be considered to include the gender perspective in order to apply gender lens to regulatory impact analysis. The OLRCT will also include a criteria for RIA expert to have a background in gender.

Work Plan

Month/Year

Activity

Dec 2016/Jan 2017

Prepare the intensive workshops for RIA capacity building which composed of conceptualizing learning process, practices and public consultation in action.

-  Discussing with APEC teams about RIA experts who have very practical knowledge and experiences to advise on how to formulate the drafted RIA report.

-  Consulting with stakeholders and experts to adjust an appropriate agenda and participant list on gender basis for the workshops.

-  Formulating materials for the workshops

-  Sending invitation for stakeholders and experts and (interested) APEC Members

Feb 2017

A. Intensive Workshops on RIA: Group no. 1

Conceptualizing learning process workshop for RIA and GRP in Bangkok: 9-days (3 days/week)

-  The 40-participants including officials of the OLRCT, Ministries, Parliament, local administrations, legal academics, general legal profession and people who exercised their Constitutional right to initiate the law.

-  The topics including Rule of Law and Good Governance, Human rights and Liberty including Gender Perspective, People participation in Legal Process, Comparative Laws and  international instruments binding at international law, Public Policy Analysis and Policy Evaluation, Legal analysis from economist’s perspective, Interdisciplinary Methodology on Social Reform, Civic Engagement and Public Consultation Process 

Mar 2017

A. Intensive Workshops on RIA: Group no. 1 (cont.)

Practical workshop for RIA practices  (provided by the experts from APEC/OECD): 6-days (3 days/week)

-  The 40-participants will gain practical knowledge on the RIA from the APEC/OECD experts and experiences APEC economies. RIA guidelines/template in Thai version will be presented and discussed. Then the participants shall formulate the drafted RIA report on their selected topics with advice from the APEC/OECD and/or Thai experts. 

Apr – May 2017

A. Intensive Workshops on RIA: Group no. 1 (cont.)

Practical workshop on public consultation process for RIA: 12-days (3 days/week)

-  The 40-participants will conduct actual public consultation on the proposed RIA topics. Then the participants will present and get advice from the APEC and/or Thai experts. 

May 2017

B. Intensive Workshops on RIA: Group no. 2

Conceptualizing learning process workshop for RIA and GRP in Bangkok: 9-days (3 days/week)

-  The 40-participants including officials of the OLRCT, Ministries, Parliament, local administrations, legal academics, general legal profession and people who exercised their Constitutional right to initiate the law.

-  The topics including Rule of Law and Good Governance, Human rights and Liberty including Gender Perspective, People participation in Legal Process, Comparative Laws and  international instruments binding at international law, Public Policy Analysis and Policy Evaluation, Legal analysis from economist’s perspective, Interdisciplinary Methodology on Social Reform, Civic Engagement and Public Consultation Process

Jun 2017

B. Intensive Workshops on RIA: Group no. 2 (cont.)

Practical workshop for RIA practices  (provided by the experts from APEC/OECD): 6-days (3 days/week)

-  The 40-participants will gain practical knowledge on the RIA from the APEC/OECD experts and experiences APEC economies. RIA guidelines/template in Thai version will be presented and discussed. Then the participants shall formulate the drafted RIA report on their selected topics with advice from the APEC/OECD and/or Thai experts.

Jul – Aug 2017

B. Intensive Workshops on RIA: Group no. 2 (cont.)

Practical workshop on public consultation process for RIA: 12-days (3 days/week)

-  The 40-participants will conduct actual public consultation on the proposed RIA topics. Then the participants will present and get advice from the APEC and/or Thai experts.  

May – Sep 2017

Prepare the regional seminar on the formulation of RIA report to be held in October 2017

-  Supporting participants from Group 1 and 2 intensive workshop to prepare the drafted RIA report

-  Consulting with stakeholders and experts to adjust an appropriate agenda and participant list on gender basis for the seminar

-  Formulating materials for the seminar

-  Sending invitation for stakeholders and experts and APEC Members 

Improve the RIA toolkit

-  Consulting with stakeholders and experts to improve appropriate content of the RIA toolkit.

-  Presenting the multimedia and distributing the draft publication at the regional seminar

Oct 2017

C. Regional Seminar on the formulation of RIA report: 3-days

-  The representatives from the intensive workshop will present their drafted RIA report and sharing experiences and lessons learned with the APEC economies, as well as, OECD and Thai experts and stakeholders relevant to the proposed topics.

-  The organizer will evaluate the result of the workshops/seminar.

-  Multimedia and draft publication will also be presented and commented.

Nov – Dec 2017

Completion of the project

-  Clearing of all payments

-  Finalize the report

-  Evaluate output and outcome of the projects and decide next steps

Risks

The Cabinet resolution in May 2016 confirmed the requirement of the government agencies to assess the overall impact regarding economic, social and environmental condition in relation to the proposed legislation according to the Regulation on Criteria and Procedure for Submission of the Matter to the Cabinet, B.E. 2548 (2005) (“CHECKLIST”). The same principle also confirmed by section 77 of the coming constitution (that recently passed the referendum). However, RIA in Thailand still gains small recognition among policy analysts and regulators which could cause a number of queries during the events, and lead to unproductive or unmanageable schedule. Therefore, the OLRCT will:

·  Distribute to make a survey of all stakeholders in order to identify level of RIA and GRP knowledge and their expectations. Use the survey result to design an appropriate structure and presentation outline to be presented in the workshops and seminars as well as adjust plan work for this projects. The opening of the workshop must line up strategic modules to develop basic understanding of GRP and its benefits to ensure positive take up rate post workshop.

· Regularly consult with stakeholders and experts to adjust effective operational plan. 

The risk in the implementation of the project is the effects of delays on the program activities, particularly the practical workshops on RIA practices which will be held in March and June 2017. The workshop design and materials shall be done in consultation with the international RIA experts. Translation of materials into Thai could be time-consuming. Therefore, the OLRCT will:

·  Consult with APEC to get recommendation on the name of RIA experts by December 2016

.  Consult with RIA experts to adjust the workshop design and materials to be done by January 2016.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Project overseers will obtain feedback from the participants and other stakeholders at the completion of the programs through the survey. Participants with gender proportional will be a prior of the workshops.  The expected outcome is that relevant regulatory agencies have better understanding of RIA and able to make informed decisions on how to structure a new regulation or amend an existing regulation based on comprehensive analysis that includes consultations with affected stakeholders.

The key indicators to ensure the quality of the workshops during monitoring and evaluation are:

·  Completion of 2 intensive workshops and 1 regional seminar

·  80 participants with gender equality attend intensive workshops of not less than 80% of all workshops hours.

·  10 examples on the RIA report drafted by the participants of the intensive workshops

·  10 report of the communities/stakeholders being participated in policy/law-making process

·  15 participants from APEC economies at the Regional Seminar in October 2017. (Including participation via skype or side-event at an EC meeting)

·  5 agencies using RIA toolkit  

·  10 RIA implementation in policy/law-making/reform process after project completion

Linkages

This project builds on Thailand’s 2014 project “ANSSR:- Developing Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) Guideline as an anti-corruption tool”, which was funded by APEC and RIA guideline, action plan for driving RIA guideline, and RIA curriculum for training the trainers were achieved as a result. The capacity building workshops will enhance the previous project and make realization of the RIA guideline.

The law and policy in Thailand is currently emphasis on the necessity of RIA. This is include article 77 of the coming constitution (that recently passed the referendum) and the Regulation on Criteria and Procedure for Submission of the Matter to the Cabinet, B.E. 2548 (2005). The LRCT is an independent agency which main duties to revise and develop domestic law through public participation process to promote for better regulation and good regulatory governance. The annual event of LRCT last year focused on the RIA implementation. In that event, the deputy prime minister emphasized the role of the LRCT and the need to conduct RIA in law-making process. The event was also attended by the representative of OECD.

The RIA capacity building under this project will be built on the previous project. The training materials will include the work done from the previous project, 2012 Recommendation of the Council on Regulatory Policy and Governance, as well as, article, study and research of the Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI), the Office of National Economic and Social Development Board and Office of Justice Affairs, Ministry of Justice.

Sustainability

Assessment of regulatory impact in Thailand has become requirement for government agencies, by law and policy, according to section 77 of Thailand’s Constitution and the resolution of the Cabinet. The government agencies are responsible to assess the overall impact regarding economic, social and environmental condition in relation to the proposed legislation. Therefore, implementing agencies will be able to secure budget for implementing RIA in the following fiscal year effortlessly. Regarding the workshops and seminars, those who participate in the RIA capacity building will help warrant the understanding of RIA to agencies. By the public consultation workshops and multimedia on RIA, the relevant stakeholders including business sector, civil society actors, non-government organizations and the general public in Thailand, will have awareness and understanding of the RIA on how to participate in the impact assessment process in a legitimate and systematic manner. 

As the coming Constitution has guaranteed the requirement on regulatory impact assessment conducted by government agencies, the OLRCT plans to continue the focus on RIA in the future years to ensure quality of the RIA implementation including quality of people participation process on the law-making and reform process. After the completion of the project, the OLRCT plans to conduct more intensive capacity building workshop on RIA to the other agencies and asking the participants from workshops under this project to be a resource person. The participants will be expected to have a leading role to implement RIA after they return to their agencies. The consultation with the participants’ agencies to follow-up the RIA implementation will also be included in the OLRCT plan of action in the coming years. The expected outcome is that relevant regulatory agencies have better understanding of RIA and able to make informed decisions on how to structure a new regulation or amend an existing regulation based on comprehensive analysis that includes consultations with affected stakeholders.

Project Overseers

Name:  Ms. Areewan Jatuthong
Title:  Acting Director-General Secretariat Office, the Office of Law Reform Commission of Thailand
Organization:  The Office of Law Reform Commission of Thailand (OLRCT)

Name:  Ms. Kanyarat Wiphatawat
Title:  Project Coordinator
Organization:  The Office of Law Reform Commission of Thailand (OLRCT)

Name:  Ms. Sunsanee Sutthisunsanee
Title:  Project Coordinator
Organization:  The Office of Law Reform Commission of Thailand (OLRCT)

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

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