The Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.) is the subject organization of the federal administrative regulations.
The C.F.R. is available online from a variety of institutions, including the following:
The Office of the Federal Register revises the C.F.R. on a quarterly basis as follows:
Use the Federal Register (F.R.) to see if a regulation has been revised. The Federal Register publishes proposed and final administrative rules and regulations before they are printed in the C.F.R.
The Federal Register is available online from a variety of institutions, including the following:
For other ways to access the C.F.R. and Federal Register, including in print as well as on subscription legal databases like Lexis, Westlaw, and Bloomberg Law, see the Code of Federal Regulations and Federal Register guides.