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Informal Rulemaking - How to Make It Work

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Course overview

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Learn to draft proposed rules, final rules, interim final rules, notices, and other rulemaking documents for your agency. This course was developed by Thomas O. Gessel, a former federal attorney who specializes in informal rulemaking. If you want to meet the expectations of reviewers, make your rules easily understood, and complete your assignments on time, this course is for you.

Who should attend?

All staff involved in drafting and reviewing regulations.

Learning outcomes

  • Explain the differences between informal and formal rulemaking
  • Distinguish the various types of rules
  • Identify the basic principles for writing rulemaking documents
  • Identify strategies to strengthen existing rulemaking documents
  • Write effective rulemaking documents

Course outline

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DAY 1 MORNING
  • Introductions and Course Overview
  • Lesson 1� Administrative Procedure Act
  • Lesson 2 � Types of Rulemaking Documents
DAY 1 AFTERNOON
  • Lesson 3 � Writing Principles
DAY 2 MORNING
  • Lesson 3 � Writing Principles (continued)
DAY 2 AFTERNOON
  • Lesson 3 � Writing Principles (continued) 
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