At last, with RegInfo Mobile, you can have information about upcoming federal regulations and forms at your fingertips. The White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the General Services Administration (GSA) partnered to bring you a mobile version of Reginfo.gov, an online look into agency rulemakings that are on the books, planned, or under review by OMB’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA). RegInfo Mobile also provides information about forms and other information collections that OIRA has approved or is currently reviewing under the Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA). With RegInfo Mobile, we’re bringing direct access to all of this information, and more, to the palm of your hand!
• Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions and the Regulatory Plan
o Current and historical information since Fall 1995 edition
o View detailed information about regulations, including regulation identifier number (RIN) title, abstract, effects on society and completed/planned actions for the next six months
o NEW! –Timeline Chart… an interactive visualization of when proposed and final regulations are published, OIRA reviews of regulations, related information collections, and more!
• Regulatory Reviews
o View detailed information about OIRA’s pending and concluded reviews of significant rulemakings
• Meetings with the Public
o Browse the log of past and scheduled public meetings about regulations under OIRA review
o Information regarding each meeting includes RIN, the title of the regulation, date, participants and affiliations, and written materials submitted by the public
• Information Collection Requests under the PRA
o View detailed information on OIRA’s pending and concluded reviews of agency information collection requests (ICRs), including OMB Control Number, expiration date, requested/approved burden on the public, supporting statements, forms, etc.
• Keyword search that returns results for matching RINs, regulatory reviews and ICRs
• Subscribe to a RIN and receive notifications when something happens
• Share information about a regulation, regulatory review, information collection or public meeting with friends and colleagues using email, text message or social media