Here is a gem published some 15 years ago which contains the views of many of the key managers of centralized regulatory review.
Notable comments include:
DON ARBUCKLE. I’m going to talk from here if you don’t mind. There is no podium that I’ve ever met that has designed for the 95th percentile male. Curtis and Neil both have indicated that the focus of this seminar is on recent regulatory developments. ‘‘Recent’’ is of course—all is relative. There are some of you out in the audience who have been associated with this field of endeavor for many, many years. Mr.Tozzi for example, one of those who was here at the creation, has been involved in this since Gondwanaland broke up and the Atlantic was formed. But others of you have been here for a lesser period of time. 
A Political Scientist as the Administrator of OIRA: The Modernization of Centralized Regulatory Review
The Modernization of OIRA: A Political Scientist to Head OIRA — Historically a profession long on holistic research
I was instrumental in the establishment of the regulatory review office, OIRA, in the White House Office of Management and Budget. OIRA is often referred to as the most important office that you “never heard of”. The position as the Administrator of the office is vacant. I am writing to encourage you and your colleagues to examine the aforementioned position and pursuant to the President’s directive to modernize OIRA that you encourage those who wish to serve in the position and who also have a background in political/social science to take the necessary steps to be considered as a candidate.
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Research and Public Policy Suggestions: A Multidisciplinary Study of Common Law in the Administrative State
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- Managerial Options: Procedures for Management of the Administrative State
- Recommendations of the Center for American Progress
- Recommendations of the Center for Progressive Reform
- Recommendations of the Center for Regulatory Effectiveness
- Recommendations of the Institute for Policy Integrity
- Recommendations of the Roosevelt Institute
- Recommendations in 2 Degrees C: Beyond the Limit (Washington Post)