Three Reasons Why OIRA Needs A Strong Institutional Base

From: Notice & Comment | A Blog from the Yale Journal on Regulation and the ABA Section of Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice


In the performance of this duty OIRA is often maligned by one or more parties affected by it decisions. Unfortunately the nation as whole, which is the beneficiary of OIRA decisions, seldom speaks in its defense.

OIRA recently celebrated its thirty fifth birthday; ORIA@2050 is a program designed to ensure that OIRA is around thirty five years from now and that it is operating free of prejudicial constraints.

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