Essentials of U.S. Governance for Foreign Diplomats and Embassy Staff, Part III: The Federal Regulatory Process

Essentials of U.S. Governance for Foreign Diplomats and Embassy Staff, Part III:
The Federal Regulatory Process

A Telephone Seminar
As a foreign diplomat or embassy staff member based in the United States, you need a good understanding of the U.S. government to work effectively. This three-part series of courses introduces you to the structure of the three branches of government, the dynamics of Congress, and federal rulemaking and the federal regulatory process.
Part III: The Federal Regulatory Process

  • Rulemaking, types of rules, and the purposes of rulemaking procedures
  • Elements of proposed and final rulemaking notices
  • What happens inside the agency and the public’s role in the process
  • Informal processes that influence rulemaking
  • The Office of Management & Budget’s role in the regulatory process

Open Q&A with the faculty included: Ken Ackerman.

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Essentials of U.S. Governance for Foreign Diplomats and Embassy Staff

Capitol Learning Audio Course
Includes seminar materials.
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