Federal Register Modernization Act Passed House of Representatives
Written by OFR Intern, Emily McLean
In a unanimous vote of 386-0, the House of Representatives passed the Federal Register Modernization Act, an act amending the Federal Register Act of 1935. The act includes measures to better utilize technology, ease the administrative burden placed on agencies seeking to publish documents, and continue the Federal Register’s dedication to using print and digital platforms to better serve and inform the public. To read the act or follow its progress through the Senate, use any of the links below.
Read the full text of the act here: http://go.usa.gov/XzZR
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