According to experts on a recent panel, identifying, measuring, and tackling capture should be a top priority for government.
These two forms of regulatory capture require different solutions.
When a regulation’s benefits exceed its costs, simplicity and interdisciplinary processes are essential to reducing capture.
ACUS committee warns against requirement to raise issues in rulemaking before seeking judicial review.
Administrative Conference report recommends best practices for video conferencing by federal agencies.
ACUS calls for incorporation of retrospective analysis into the regulatory process.
Agencies apparently fail to comply with a mandatory reporting requirement for many federal regulations.
Congressional watchdog declares that proposed regulations are not subject to CRA.
Latest ACUS recommendations seek to promote a more open and efficient government.
Different agency design choices result in a continuum of independence.
Working paper says agencies have broad, but cabined, discretion to delay and defer.
PPR seminar speaker argues that Europe has become a global leader in regulation, US more restrained.