Direct Final Rulemaking Several agencies reported having effectively used direct final rulemaking to update regulations to reflect a revised version of a standard previously incorporated by reference.
What does FR stand for?
FR stands for Final Rulemaking
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The Unified Agenda does not list a timeline for a final rulemaking, but Cass Sunstein, director of OMB's Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, seemed to indicate a final rule was inevitable, noting "modern vehicles already have effective air pollution control technologies.
Meanwhile, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's approval of the final rulemaking on waste confidence represents an explicit acknowledgment by the industry's regulator of the ongoing, safe, secure, and environmentally sound management of used fuel at plant sites and/or central facilities.
Under the Interim Final Rule, certain enumerated information regarding pre-enactment swaps must be preserved in preparation for filing with either the CFTC or a swap data repository within 60 days of the registration of the appropriate swap data repository (none of which have yet been registered), or by the compliance date to be established in the final rulemaking, whichever occurs first.
In April 2009, DEP submitted the final rulemaking as a revision to its SIP and because of EPA's failure to respond, it was deemed administratively complete in October 2009.
Intended for noncontroversial rules that are expected to receive no significant comments in a notice-and-comment rulemaking, the FDA has often used direct final rulemaking for the opposite: regulations that may be expected to be controversial.
Once the Department of Justice reads through the public comments, it will issue a final rulemaking on the.