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ACUS and the US Chamber of Commerce cohosted an event that explored the international role, responsibility and coordination of regulatory agencies.
The Administrative Conference co-hosted a Science and Regulation Symposium with the Administrative Law Review.
Shawne McGibbon, General Counsel, participated in a Regulatory Law Panel as part of the Law Practice/Issue Area series at Harvard Law School.
ACUS brought together over 50 agency officials from 27 agencies to share ideas on the implementation on EO 13563, Improving Regulation and Regulatory Review.
The Administrative Conference of the United States will host a public forum at the Brookings Institution to explore how new technologies can promote more effective public participation and greater efficiency in the rulemaking process.
In 2010, the Administrative Conference of the United States reopened its doors after a hiatus of 15 years. From 1968 to 1995, ACUS served the Nation as a unique source of respected, nonpartisan expertise and creative advice to improve the fairness and efficiency of federal agency functions. Three-quarters of its recommendations were adopted in whole or part by Congress or agencies, resulting in substantial net savings to the Federal government. The challenges facing the administrative state have only grown more numerous and complex since 1995, even as resources are contracting. What issues should be addressed first by this "public-private partnership designed to make government work better," as President Obama described ACUS? What new roles might it play? Paul Verkuil, the Chairman of ACUS, and a distinguished panel of experts will discuss these topics in the first program addressed specifically to the future of ACUS. A reception will follow. (Registration fees apply to this event.)
Chairman Paul R. Verkuil was honored at the recent American Bar Association (ABA) Administrative Law Conference as a Senior Fellow.
To celebrate the Chairman’s broad scholarly and institutional contributions, Cardozo School of Law held an event in his honor on Monday, October 18. Leading figures from government and the academy, including Justice Stephen Breyer, spoke on a range of administrative law topics.
Building a Public-Private Partnership Dedicated to Improving Government
A Commitment to Collaborative Government: Administrative Conference of the United States Announces Public Members
Today, President Barack Obama announced the appointment of the following individuals to serve on the Council of the Administrative Conference of the United States.