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Follow the new executive office at Regulations.gov

The Presidential Inauguration is tomorrow, January 20. With the new president comes a new administrative office. Keep up-to-date with notices, proposed rules, and final rules from the executive office online at Regulations.gov.

Regulations.gov is a useful tool to find and follow regulatory actions issued by the U.S. federal government. The site posts proposed and final regulations, related documents, notices, and more. Comments to proposed rules can be posted. Users can also view comments posted by others.

For more information on Regulations.gov, see their FAQs and How to Use Regulations.gov.

Looking for additional federal resources? Check out our Federal Research Guides.

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