Earlier this week, a message was posted to the ACR ListServ with information that originally came from the E-rulemaking ListServ (Thanks Kevin). The post is an important one that has implications for all of us. Realizing that some ACR members might not be aware of some of these resources, I thought I’d pass along some links.
- Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, Regulatory Policy Program (http://www.ksg.harvard.edu/cbg/rpp/home.htm) maintains the “E-Rulemaking Resource Website” (http://www.ksg.harvard.edu/cbg/rpp/erulemaking/). The site includes news papers and reports, events, government documents, and links.
- One of the links points to Harvard’s E-rulemaking ListServ (http://lists.hmdc.harvard.edu/?info=e-rulemaking-l).
- The University of Pittsburgh also has an “eRulemaking Website” (http://erulemaking.ucsur.pitt.edu/).
- The White House also has E-Rulemaking (http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/egov/gtob/rulemaking.htm) information on eGov (http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/egov/index.html).
Update: On 05/16/2011, it was discovered that all of the links in this post had been discontinued and the addresses will return 404 errors or redirect the user to an unrelated page. Try http://www.erulemaking.org/ for related information.