The Trump Administration's Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions reports on the actions administrative agencies
plan to issue in the near and long term. Released by the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs,
this Agenda represents this administration's next step in fundamental regulatory reform and a reorientation toward reducing unnecessary regulatory burden on the American people.
By amending and eliminating regulations that are ineffective, duplicative, and obsolete,
the Administration can promote economic growth and innovation and protect individual liberty.
Fulfilling longstanding principles to review and assess existing regulations, the Agenda includes the withdrawal and reconsideration of numerous regulatory actions,
as well as newly anticipated deregulatory actions that emerged from reviews already well underway. Agencies have committed to careful assessment of the costs and
benefits of each regulatory and deregulatory action, and to prioritizing the maximization of net benefits of regulations.
The Agenda recognizes that reform will take time and require rigorous analysis, public input, and careful consideration of a variety of important legal and social values.
To this end, the Agenda provides greater information and transparency about regulatory actions proposed by agencies.
The Agenda represents ongoing progress toward the goals of more effective and less burdensome regulation and includes the following developments:
The Regulatory Plan - OIRA Introduction to the
Fall 2017 Regulatory Plan
The Regulatory Plan - Current Agency Statements of Regulatory Priorities
Current Agenda Agency Preambles
Current Long Term Actions
About the Unified Agenda
How To Use the Unified Agenda
Introduction to the Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions
Obtaining Printed Copies
Current Agenda Agency Regulatory Entries for Active Actions
Department of AgricultureDepartment of CommerceDepartment of DefenseDepartment of EducationDepartment of EnergyDepartment of Health and Human ServicesDepartment of Homeland SecurityDepartment of Housing and Urban DevelopmentDepartment of the InteriorDepartment of JusticeDepartment of LaborDepartment of StateDepartment of TransportationDepartment of the TreasuryDepartment of Veterans AffairsEnvironmental Protection AgencyAgency for International DevelopmentAmerican Battle Monuments CommissionArchitectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance BoardCommission on Civil RightsCommittee for Purchase From People Who Are Blind or Severely DisabledCorporation for National and Community ServiceCourt Services and Offender Supervision Agency for the District of ColumbiaDOD/GSA/NASA (FAR)Equal Employment Opportunity CommissionGeneral Services AdministrationInstitute of Museum and Library ServicesNational Aeronautics and Space AdministrationNational Archives and Records AdministrationNational Endowment for the ArtsNational Endowment for the HumanitiesNational Science FoundationOffice of Government EthicsOffice of Management and BudgetOffice of Personnel ManagementPeace CorpsPension Benefit Guaranty CorporationPresidio TrustRailroad Retirement BoardSmall Business AdministrationSocial Security AdministrationTennessee Valley AuthorityCommodity Futures Trading CommissionConsumer Financial Protection BureauConsumer Product Safety CommissionCouncil of the Inspectors General on Integrity and EfficiencyFarm Credit AdministrationFederal Communications CommissionFederal Deposit Insurance CorporationFederal Housing Finance AgencyFederal Maritime CommissionFederal Reserve SystemFederal Trade CommissionNational Credit Union AdministrationNational Indian Gaming CommissionNational Labor Relations BoardNational Transportation Safety BoardNuclear Regulatory CommissionSecurities and Exchange CommissionSurface Transportation Board
(Only agencies with information relevant to this report appear in the list.)
THE REGULATORY Information Service Center (RISC)
was created in June 1981. The Center undertakes projects that will facilitate
development of and access to information about Federal regulatory and
deregulatory activities. It accomplishes this by gathering and publishing
information on Federal regulations and their effects on society. The Center
provides this information to the President, Congress, agency officials, and the
general public to help them better understand and manage the regulatory process.
The Center's principal publication is the Unified Agenda.
Since 1978, Federal agencies have been
required by Executive orders to publish agendas of regulatory and deregulatory
activities. The Regulatory Plan, which is published as part of the fall edition
of the Agenda, identifies regulatory priorities and contains additional detail
about the most important significant regulatory actions that agencies expect to
take in the coming year.
RegInfo.gov displays editions of the
Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions beginning with fall 1995.