Reginfo.gov provides information on all current and recent rulemaking. The Regulatory Information Service Center is a federal government office located in the General Services Administration, with responsibility for facilitating development of and access to information about federal regulatory activities
Each edition of the Unified Agenda includes regulatory agendas from all federal entities that currently have regulations under development or review. Fall editions of the Unified Agenda include the Regulatory Plan, which presents agency statements of regulatory priorities and additional information about the most significant regulatory activities planned for the coming year. It is a wonderful tool for identifying future regulatory actions, by the issuing agency, topic or CFR part affected.
Although the Federal Register and Code of Federal Regulations are the primary repositories for federal rules and regulations, many agencies also publish their own regulations separately, which can be more convenient.
Page edited and updated by Julia Robbins, September 2015.