Members of Congress from both political parties have introduced bills designed to amend or overhaul aspects of federal administrative procedure. Given the significance of these proposed reforms and the number of bills introduced, the Office of the Chair of the Administrative Conference felt that it would be useful to curate a compilation of these bills as an easy reference for congressional staff and other practitioners in the administrative law space. The resulting publication represents the assiduous efforts of past and current ACUS interns (whose names appear at the top of the document). The Office of the Chair intends to publish a new version of this resource at the end of each congress.
These documents are intended only for informational purposes, and the Office of the Chair makes no representation concerning its accuracy or completeness. In addition, the Office of the Chair takes no position on the merits of the bills described. Please contact Conrad Dryland (CDryland@acus.gov), Attorney Advisor & Special Counsel to the Chair, with any recommended additions or changes to the memorandum.
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