Overview of Purpose and Provisions of CRA and Trends in Oversight

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on March 30, 2006

Federal Rulemaking: Perspectives on 10 Years of Congressional Review Act Implementation, Full text GAO-06-601T, and Highlights. March 30, 2006.

  • “This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Congressional Review Act (CRA). Congressional oversight of rulemaking using the CRA can be an important and useful tool for monitoring the regulatory process and balancing and accommodating the concerns of American citizens and businesses with the effects of federal agencies’ rules. This statement provides an overview of the purpose and provisions of CRA; GAO’s role and activities in fulfilling its responsibilities under the Act; and trends on CRA within the broader context of developments in presidential and congressional oversight of federal agencies’ rulemaking.”
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