TheCRE.com
CRE Homepage About The CRE Advisory Board Newsletter Search Links Representation Comments
Reg Week Archives
Data Access
Data Quality
Regulation by Litigation
Regulation by Information
Regulation by Appropriation
Special Projects
CRE Watch List
Emerging Regulatory Issues
Litigation
OMB Papers
Abstracts and Reviews
Guest Column
Featured Items on TheCRE.com

The 50th Anniversary of Centralized Regulatory Review
National Archives Interview March 2009: Centralized Regulatory Review NOW LIVE
Seven Game Changers
History of Centralized Regulatory Review
OIRA Reference Library
The Iconic Executive Order 12291

The Evolution of Benefit-Cost Analysis into Rulemaking

OIRA's Lineage and Enforcement Responsibilities

Political Scientists and Centralized Regulatory Review

®:
CRE's Regulatory Action
of the Week


Comment on EPA's Clean Air Act Oil and Gas NSPS
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has proposed reconsideration amendments to EPA's oil and gas new source performance standards under the Clean Air Act. These proposed rules respond to petitions for reconsideration EPA received for its 2016 NSPS. EPA must receive any comments on its proposed CAA rules by December 17, 2018. Under the Paperwork Reduction Act comments on the information collection provisions of the proposed rules arebest assured of consideration if the Office of Management and Budget receives the comments on or before December 17,2018. EPA is planning to hold at least one public hearing in response to this proposed action. Information about the hearing, including location, date, and time, along with instructions on how to register to speak at the hearing, will be published in a second Federal Register notice.
  • Click here for more details and relevant links.

  • Paperwork Reduction Act (1995) on Data Quality and Data Access

    Golden Journal Articles

    Policy Entrepreneurs



    CRE Contributions to the Administrative State



    Editor

    disclaimer
    Copyright Notice The Center for Regulatory Effectiveness [Copyright © 2007]. All right reserved.