Regulations and standards


Applying to export rough diamonds  

If you intend to export rough diamonds, you must obtain a Kimberley Process Certificate (KPC) as proof the diamonds are from legitimate sources.

Applying to export uranium and controlled ores

How to apply for permission to export uranium oxide concentrate or uranium ore concentrate, controlled ores, and other nuclear materials.

Approving authorities 

Approving authorities conduct pattern approval testing of certain measuring instruments used for trade or regulatory purposes.

Artificial intelligence

We are committed to ensuring all Australians share the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI). AI presents opportunities to grow our economy, create jobs and improve our lives.

Australia's measurement system 

Australia’s measurement system covers physical, chemical, biological, legal and trade measurement.

Australian Government funded projects

You may need to prepare an Australian Industry Participation (AIP) plan if you are awarded Australian Government contracts, grants, payments or investments of $20 million or more. Learn about requirements.

Australian Government funded projects AIP plan summaries

Find current AIP plan summaries for Australian Government funded projects.

Australian industry participation

We ensure full, fair and reasonable opportunity for Australian industry to compete for work in major projects.

Australia’s standards and conformance infrastructure

Australia’s standards and conformance infrastructure gives businesses and consumers confidence in the goods and services they are developing, using or trading.

Building and construction

We aim to ensure Australia's building and plumbing industries are safe, accessible and sustainable.

State and territory governments regulate building and construction activities in Australia. 
The Australian Government collaborates with state and territory governments to promote nationally consistent regulations through the National Construction Code (NCC). 
We do this through the Building Ministers’ Meeting (BMM) and the Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB).