Archive for January, 2018
From: Federal News Radio
By Jason Miller
The answer is: the FAR Council issued one final rule for the entire year.
“Agencies are testing out how well they can get analysis through the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs in OMB,” he said. “I don’t know how much of a delay is not having a good process to measure the burden and cost benefit analysis. The predisposition of executive order is ‘don’t issue a new regulation even if they are regulations that agencies do want to put out.’”
From: Brookings Institution Program begins at t=30:00 minutes
Editor’s Note: See, A Blueprint for OMB Review of Independent Agency Regulations.
A year in, Trump’s rule rollback isn’t as dramatic as he claims. But a radical experiment is underway.
By DANNY VINIK
Excellent news, applause for the leadership and the superb staff – a webpage is now up for the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.
What’s next for Trump’s regulatory agenda: A conversation with OIRA Administrator Neomi Rao
One of President Trump’s first actions in office was to issue an executive order requiring that for every new regulation issued, at least two be eliminated. One year into the Trump presidency, it’s clear the administration has major deregulatory ambitions, but what’s happened so far—and what’s to come in 2018?