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Administrative Committee of the Federal Register Meeting

Written by OFR Intern, Emily McLean.

Members of the ACFR

Members of the ACFR

 

The Office of the Federal Register hosted a meeting of the Administrative Committee of the Federal Register (ACFR) on Tuesday, July 8th in our conference room to discuss and vote on resolutions affecting the modus operandi of our agency. The three committee members of the ACFR, dictated by the Federal Register Act, include the Archivist of the United States (David Ferriero), the Public Printer (Davita Vance-Cooks), and a representative from the Department of Justice (Rosemary Hart). The Director of OFR (Charley Barth) serves as secretary of the committee.

Director of the Office of the Federal Register, Secretary of the ACFR

Director of the Office of the Federal Register, Secretary of the ACFR

 

During the meeting, the committee heard status updates from the Government Printing Office and the OFR, and was especially pleased with the technical innovations by both agencies. After agency updates, the committee discussed resolutions bolstering OFR’s digital initiatives and improving customer experience when an agency is working with the OFR to get a document published. Adopted resolutions will go into effect immediately, and our office applauds the ACFR for their commitment to progress at the Office of the Federal Register.

Members of the ACFR

Members of the ACFR

 

See additional photos from the meeting on the Federal Register Facebook page at http://on.fb.me/1qVzMhz.

 

 

 

5 Responses to Administrative Committee of the Federal Register Meeting

  1. Can you provide more information as to the “Adopted resolutions [that]will go into effect immediately”?

  2. Resolutions affecting the modus operandi of the Office of the Federal Register seem important! Might it be possible for the OFR blog to post a brief description of the resolutions that were approved during the 8 July 2014 meeting?

    I noticed the link to Facebook, for photographs only, but I’m not a Facebook account holder. I trust U.S. government websites, with or without WordPress as CMS :)

    Thank you for considering my request.

    – Ellie Kesselman

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