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2nd Annual PKI Conference

The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) and the Office of the Federal Register (OFR) hosted the 2nd Annual PKI Conference on August 25, 2015. New OFR Director Oliver Potts welcomed the attendees and briefly talked about OFR’s role in … Continue reading

XML now available for ecfr.gov

We are excited to announce the availability of XML (Extensible Markup Language) data for www.ecfr.gov through our partnership with the Government Publishing Office (GPO)!  The XML eCFR.gov data can be repurposed for mobile web applications, data mashups, and other analytic … Continue reading

What is Public Inspection?

[This post was written by OFR intern Lissa N. Snyders] Although agency regulations are not official until they are published in the Federal Register, the public has the opportunity to preview these documents before they are published. All documents that … Continue reading

Federal Register by the Numbers

[This blog post was written by OFR intern Lissa N. Snyders] Our users frequently ask for information about Office of the Federal Register (OFR) publications. Publication statistics for the Federal Register and the Code of Federal Regulations are compiled annually … Continue reading

Exploring the First Federal Register

[This post was written by OFR Intern Lissa Snyders] The first document ever printed in the Federal Register was an Executive Order titled Enlarging Cape Romain Migratory Bird Refuge. In 1936, a banker from New York, Gayer Dominick, donated Bulls … Continue reading

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