Regulations.gov, the central location to access federal agency rulemaking documents and comments, has added a variety of new features. The changes are a result of Executive Order 13563 and focus on public participation.
The office of Management and Budget released a summary of the enhancements. The post explains that the site “launched a major redesign, including innovative new search tools, social media connections, and better access to regulatory data. The result is a significantly improved website that will help members of the public to engage with agencies and ultimately to improve the content of rules.”
Hat tip to Gary Price at InfoDocket.