George Washington University Regulatory Studies Center Executive Course: Federal Regulatory Policy, Process, and Analysis (Oct. 3rd-4th)

From: GW Regulatory Studies Center

Regulation is one of the most important mechanisms by which the federal government sets policy. This course offers a comprehensive examination of regulatory theory, policy, and practice, focusing on analytical requirements for estimating the impacts of proposed regulatory alternatives and evaluating the effects of existing regulations. It provides a legal foundation for understanding regulations’ role in public policy, and examines the relationship between Congress, regulatory agencies, executive branch oversight offices, the public, and the courts.

Participants will learn how to:

  • Conduct regulatory impact analysis, including how to assess environmental, health, safety, privacy, security, and financial risks, and evaluate a regulation’s effectiveness, benefits, costs, incentives, and unintended consequences.
  • Apply government guidelines for risk analysis, data quality, privacy, peer review, information collection, and regulatory review.

Instructors are experts in the field of regulation, and include former executive branch officials and professors from The George Washington University schools of public policy, public health, and economics.

If you have any questions, please contact Sofie Miller at sofiemiller -at-

For more information, including a complete faculty roster and registration form, please review our 2012 course brochure.

Credit Card payments may be emailed to regulatorystudies -at- or mailed to the address below. Check payments must be mailed to:

The GW Regulatory Studies Center
The George Washington University
805 21st St, NW, Suite 612
Washington, DC 20052

Location: The George Washington University Foggy Bottom Campus

Program Fee: $900—Fee includes meals and course materials

Discounts: 20% discount for three or more employees from the same department or agency.

Substitution/Cancellation Policy All notifications for substitution or cancellation must be made by fax to 202-994-6792 or by email to regulatorystudies -at-

Substitutions may be made at any time for no additional charge. Cancellations on or before September 21, 2012 will be issued a refund for the full registration cost minus a $50 administrative fee.

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