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Regulatory Review

Executive Order 12866 directs agencies
to follow certain principles in rulemaking,
such as consideration of alternatives and
analysis of benefits and costs, and
describes OIRA’s role in the rulemaking
process.

  • Regulations under EO 12866 Review
  • Regulatory Reviews Completed in Last
    30 Days

  • Unified Agenda

    The Unified Agenda and Regulatory Plan
    provide uniform reporting of data on
    regulatory and deregulatory actions under
    development throughout the Federal
    government, covering over 60
    departments, agencies, and commissions.

  • The 2014 Spring Agenda was published on 5/23/2014

  • Information Collection Request

    The Paperwork Reduction Act requires
    that agency information collections
    minimize duplication and burden on the
    public, have practical utility, and
    support the proper performance of the
    agency's mission.


    What is New


    OMB has added some additional functionality which we hope will help users with our site. We have added an ICR Dashboard. It displays a graphical representation of the Information Collection packages currently under review at OIRA. The ICRs can be viewed by agency, type of request, relationship to rulemaking, and length of review. Each view also provides a complete listing of the individual ICRs meeting the selected criteria.

    For more information on the Paperwork Reduction Act and OIRA’s role in reviewing information collections, refer to the FAQs.

    We hope this will help users find information related to Information Collections. Please contact us at risc@gsa.gov with your thoughts on these changes or any other questions you have on the site.



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