Victoria and South Australia are leading the way on state reform in attempting to reduce red tape for not-for-profits in light of the implementation of the ACNC. Victoria has introduced the Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012, which comes into effect on 26 November 2012. The legislation aims to reduce duplicative state regulations, reduce costs for charities, and to transition to the national regulatory framework which the ACNC hopes will be achieved. In South Australia, amendments have been proposed to harmonise reporting requirements and authorise charities to collect charitable donations in South Australia, once they are formally registered with the ACNC.