Comprehensively and Adequately Considered

Comprehensively and adequately considered as mentioned in the first subsection, means e.g. that reports, data and analyses included in the basis for decisions, are of the necessary quality, that different alternatives and consequences have been studied, and that relevant experts and user groups have been involved.

Source: Guidelines Regarding the Management Regulations, Norway, updated December 2012. Regulatory Guidance

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