A group of more than 120 executive members from government and industry, where companies can discuss traceability from a whole-of-economy perspective. Supporting the enhancement of supply chain traceability in Australia to help maintain and build global competitiveness, sustainable economic growth and positive socio-economic outcomes and opportunity.
Co-chairs and group members provide guidance, direction and prioritisation for NGTAG activities.
A set of voluntarily endorsed principles for an harmonised approach to traceability.
“The National Traceability Accord is a welcome industry initiative aligned with the DAFF-led National Traceability Framework. We look forward to exploring how it can complement existing Government policies and priorities to strengthen supply chains and build resilience."
Department of Argriculture, Water and the Environment (DAWE)
NGTAG Open Sessions
The National GS1 Traceability Advisory Group holds regular open sessions where industry and government leaders share expert knowledge in relation to traceability within key focus areas.
"We need to accelerate the adoption of digital traceability to reduce the food safety incident impact and response time. Importantly we need to continue collaboration and cooperation through information and data sharing among researchers, regulators and industry."
Senior Research Scientist
NSW Department of Primary Industr
GS1 Australia is a not-for-profit organisation that works in collaboration with industry, for industry, providing global standards and technology-neutral services to help solve the business challenges of today and for the future. Case studies and solutions profiled in NGTAG presentations do not constitute an endorsement of specific solutions or solution providers. NGTAG provides industry and government with an opportunity to share lessons.