|October 14, 2004
The eRulemaking Initiative, a cross-agency E-Government effort under the President’s Management Agenda, is transforming the federal rulemaking process by enhancing the public’s ability to participate in their government’s regulatory decision making.
The eRulemaking Initiative is managed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in conjunction with 12 Federal departments and agency partners. As the first milestone of the initiative, Regulations.gov, was officially launched in January 2003. This Web site provides an easy and consistent way for you to search, view, and comment on proposed federal regulations open for comment.
The eRulemaking partners are currently developing the second component of the Initiative, a federal government-wide centralized docket management system. This system will allow you to access and search all publicly available regulatory material, such as Federal Register notices and rules, supporting analyses, and comments submitted by the public.
As the Initiative progresses, you will be able to find and download additional information through this
Web site. Keep checking back often to see the enhancements that will be made to this site. For more
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