- Remove politics from the process
- Link the criteria for receiving funding or grants to the inspection process and findings (such that more detected deficiencies that are due to lack of resources receive more funding or grants)
- Implement fair and effective strategies that extend funds only to operations that need such funding (with interest-free pay-back arrangements to help prevent the abuse of the opportunities)
- To prevent the misuse of funds, don't give funds directly to establishments; pay for verified improvements instead.
- Optimize the positive effect of the funding provisions and properly track the return on investment (ROI)
- Implement industry collaborative contribution strategies to reduce the financial burden on the regulatory inspection program by contracting, rather than expanding the food safety regulation budget (Adopting SSQA Principles should also assuage anticipated budget constraints for regulators and the industry -
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