Agency Innovations in e-Rulemaking

Recommendation 2011-8 – Agency Innovations in e-Rulemaking addresses how Federal agency rulemaking can be improved by better use of Internet-based technologies. The recommendation proposes ways agencies can make rulemaking information, including open dockets, comment policies, and materials from completed rulemakings, more accessible electronically. The recommendation also addresses the issue of improving e-rulemaking participation by those who have historically faced barriers to access, including non-English speakers, users of low-bandwidth Internet connections, and individuals with disabilities.

Citation: Admin. Conf. of the U.S., Recommendation 2011-8, Agency Innovations in e-Rulemaking77 Fed. Reg. 2257, 2264 (Jan. 17, 2012).

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Final Recommendation

  • Recommendation number: 2011-8
  • Adopted on: December 9, 2011
  • Committees: Rulemaking

The rulemaking function of federal regulatory agencies is typically accomplished today through “e-rulemaking”: that is, through “‘the use of digital technologies in the development and implementation of regulations,’ before or during the informal rulemaking process, i.e., notice-and-comment rulemaking under the Administrative Procedure Act (APA).”[1]   The website www.regulations.gov centralizes much e-rulemaking activity...

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