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Federal Register Workshop, Online!

The Office of the Federal Register(OFR) regularly offers a workshop entitled “Federal Register, What is it and How to Use it”. The workshop provides an overview of the regulatory process and the OFR’s role in that process.  Specifically, it discusses the role of OFR’s publication of the Federal Register and the Code of Federal Regulations in the regulatory process.   Until now, this workshop was only available to those who could attend the workshop in person, at our office in Washington, DC.  Today, we are excited to offer, for the first time ever, the entire workshop on video, complete with supporting materials at https://www.udemy.com/federal-register-workshop.

There are three separate videos for each portion of the course.

1.       What is the Federal Register?

2.       How to Use the Federal Register?

3.       Code of Federal Regulations.

The slides for the entire course are also available as well as a few example documents.

We look forward to building on this lecture series and offering more video and online content to our customers in the future.

26 Responses to Federal Register Workshop, Online!

  1. This is a great idea. I will keep this page bookmarked.

  2. Have seen the given videos thanks for sharing

  3. Finally, a workshop on how to understand the Federal Register through Udemy.

  4. Great Work, The Register is one of the largest and most usefull archives in the U.S. good going

  5. Role of OFR’s publication of the Federal Register and the Code of Federal Regulations in the regulatory process this kind of programs required and initiative is welcomed.

  6. That’s great article and very useful for us , please keep writing for us always , we will be big fans of your great blog.You know , you have a great writing style , i love it indeed and i hope to be a good writer like you

  7. a great post as always

    thank you and have a great continuation

  8. I want to learn to be a student here at least, is available to me

  9. Great resource of information on government law and reviews/updates on law and regulations!

  10. thanks for howto Register Workshop.

  11. thank for blog federalregister.gov

  12. I am an instructor who would like to teach my students about the Federal Register and if I click on the link above it tells me my browser is to old. I cannot use when of the other browsers here at work. Any suggestions.

  13. Thanks for Sharing “Federal Register Workshop, Online!”

    Waiting for your new Federal blogs.

  14. Great News. thanks for sharing also please keep writing. :)

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  16. Will this workshop cover how an agency can send documents to the FR electronically? If not where can I find that information? Thanks

  17. good news , i want to know how to use it

  18. Right now we aren’t doing live feeds.

  19. These three videos are very large in length. Bookmarked video site and will check it in morning.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  21. The videos were not really a great help most of the business owners already know these things about Federal Register already

  22. Great News. thanks for sharing also please keep writing. :)

  23. thanks a lot

  24. very nice video

  25. great news
    great workshop
    keep it up

  26. The focus of the Federal Register publication has always been on the print edition. We are in the process of making improvements to our digital content.

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