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Comments on H.R. 3263
PAD-80-37: Published: Jan 7, 1980. Publicly Released: Jan 7, 1980.
While GAO strongly supports proposed legislation which would require regulatory agencies to carefully and comprehensively evaluate the effects of proposed and existing rules for executive agencies, suggestions were offered for improving the bill. The definition of a major rule provides that it is any rule which will cause a substantial change in costs or prices for industries, geographic regions,...
Reform of Federal Regulation Act of 1979 and the Regulation Reform Act of 1979
094369: May 23, 1979
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The Reform of Federal Regulation Act of 1979 and the Regulation Reform Act of 1979
109454: May 23, 1979
GAO strongly supports the general thrust of two Senate regulatory reform bills, that regulatory agencies should carefully and comprehensively evaluate the effects of proposed and existing rules. Congressional oversight of this process is essential; however, the role that the bill vests with the Congressional Budget Office should be assigned to GAO to avoid duplication of responsibilities, some of...
Regulations and Activities regarding Certificate of Deposit Maturity Notification
GGD-79-11: Published: Oct 20, 1978. Publicly Released: Oct 20, 1978.
A survey was performed of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board's (FHLBB) regulations and of savings and loan associations' (S&L) activities regarding certificate of deposit (CD) maturity notification. FHLBB has not issued regulations covering such notification, and procedures are left to the discretion of the individual S&L. Notification procedures varied among S&L. Six of seven Washington, D.C., S&L...
Report to the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare on Fundamental Improvements Needed for Timely Promulgation of Health Program Regulations
HRD-77-58: Published: May 5, 1977. Publicly Released: May 5, 1977.
The Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Health and the Environment, Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, requested a review of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare's (HEW) system for developing and promulgating health program regulations. Fourteen regulations were studied, 12 initiated as a result of legislation and 2 instituted to change the administration of current progra...