The Penn Program on Regulation launches a new curricular resource site that showcases the importance of voluntary codes and standards.
In deciding to use artificial intelligence, the key question for administrators is a comparative one.
Scholar argues that overruling deference to agencies will constrain U.S. government action.
Scholar brings the focus of administrative law to the level of municipal government.
ACUS recommendations seek to improve the processes for hiring government lawyers.
The federal government can and should do a better job of making basic information about high-level officials easily available.
Agencies should promote transparency about vacant and acting positions by making information publicly available.
Rigorous policy pilots have tremendous potential to improve governance.
Clear standards for producing and sharing data can encourage more effective policymaking.
The future for evidence-based regulation has never looked brighter.
An agency’s regulatory experience informs the development of effective future programs.
Trial-and-error decision-making could provide great benefits to regulators.