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The new system creates the conditions for the commission to fit regulatory requirements for paperwork reduction while providing complete visibility into processes and projects.
My point of departure is the Paperwork Reduction Act, (10) which surely has had an effect on federal agency practice.
As part of regulatory review under the Economic Growth and Regulatory Paperwork Reduction Act (EGRPRA), federal banking agencies will hold an outreach meeting October 19 at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
The problem with this is that the federal government has a process for data collection from states and private entities set forth by the Paperwork Reduction Act, which (among other things) requires the Office of Management and Budget to review the data request and ensure that it is not too burdensome.
His concern was with the provision that required federal agencies to comply with the Paperwork Reduction Act in collecting financial information from insurers.
EBSA, she said, is awaiting final approval under the Paperwork Reduction Act before it can promulgate the rule.
The original language was a paperwork reduction proposal to remove the prescribing collaborative agreement and was deleted.
The possible hang-up is whether it complies with the federal Paperwork Reduction Act.
DA: According to the study, properly implemented one-to-one schools reported improvement on paperwork reduction, disciplinary action decreased improvement on high-stakes test scores, and a reduction in dropout rates.
The FIFRA Paperwork Reduction Act will prevent EPA from doing so in the future.
For example, the Office of Management and Budget recently issued guidance intended to (1) clarify when and how the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 applies to federal agency use of social media and Web-based interactive technologies; and (2) help federal agencies protect privacy when using third-party Web sites and applications.