Sally Katzen

Sally Katzen is currently a Senior Adviser at the Podesta Group and a Professor of Law at New York University. She served for eight years in the Clinton Administration, including five years as the Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs within the Office of Management and Budget. She is also formerly the Chair of the American Bar Association's Section on Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice.

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Reinvigorating the Paperwork Reduction Act

Improving the management of federal information collection requires help from agencies and the White House.

Benefit-Cost Analysis Should Promote Rational Decisionmaking

Recent executive orders undermine the longstanding belief in benefit-cost analysis.

Expand Centralized Regulatory Review to Independent Agencies

Congress should require independent regulatory commissions to perform cost-benefit analyses

Why Congress Should Not Codify Cost-Benefit Analysis Requirements

Codifying cost-benefit analysis requirements of Executive Order would preempt valuable nuances of current review system.

Why the REINS Act Is Unwise If Not Also Unconstitutional

A proposed act would hinder needed regulations, thereby interfering with the executive branch’s constitutional authority to execute the law.