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1935-present. This annual publication is the official handbook of the U.S. federal government and provides descriptions of the programs and activities of the legislative, judicial, and executive branches. It provides departmental organization charts that show agency reporting structures as well as citations to the legislation that created the agency. This title is also available in the Law Library's print collection.
Provides links to the official websites of federal agencies and sub-agencies.
OIRA and Regulatory Agendas
The Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, part of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), reviews draft proposed and final regulations under Executive Order 12866 and develops and oversees the implementation of government-wide policies in the areas of information policy, privacy, and statistical policy. OIRA also oversees agency implementation of the Information Quality Act, including the peer review practices of agencies. (Excerpted from Reginfo.Gov)
Reginfo.gov displays regulatory actions and information collections currently at OIRA for review. Various options for searching the unified agenda are under that tab. (See explanation of unified agenda.) The regulatory review tab includes access to a dashboard that provides information about regulatory actions currently under review.
Provides full text access to decisions and other publications from a wide range of U.S. agencies including the Federal Communications Commission, Federal Trade Commission, National Labor Relations Board, and Securities and Exchange Commission. Coverage typically extends back to the title's inception.