Those in the nonprofit sector who are interested in the movements of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) may want to submit feedback about the commission's bills, which have just been passed over to parliament for consideration.
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics (HRSCE) is going to review the proposed ACNC draft exposure bills over the winter parliamentary break.
As part of this process, members from the public will have the opportunity to submit any feedback, concerns or general comments.
In a commissioner's column on July 10, interim ACNC commissioner Susan Pascoe said that public consultation and moving the bills through parliament was an important step forward.
"The latest development takes us yet another step closer to the intended 1 October 2012 launch of the ACNC," she wrote.
Ms Pascoe also explained that all of the relevant material is available for download at the House of Representatives inquiry web page.
Here you will find information about how to prepare a submission, as well as access to the bills, fact sheets and other details.
"I encourage those of you who are interested to lodge a submission to the inquiry by Friday 20 July 2012," Ms Pascoe added.