Federal Register


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Federal Register

a document published by the U.S. government each working day to inform the public of executive regulations, presidential orders, hearings and meeting schedules of various federal agencies, and related matters. The Federal Register contains announcements of the Food and Drug Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency, and other government bureaus that regulate matters of health and safety.

Federal Register

NIH Grantspeak An official federal daily that notifies the public of any changes of federal regulations, rulings, legal notices, proclamations, and documents generated by the executive branch of the government

Federal Register

A publication that makes available to the public proposed and final government rules, legal notices, orders, and documents having general applicability and legal effect. It contains published material from all federal agencies.
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Gall stated that a January 20, 2001 memorandum from the President entitled "Regulatory Review Plan" was sent to all heads and acting heads of Executive Departments and Agencies, directing them to refrain (temporarily) from transmitting proposed or final regulations to the Federal Register without review by the OMB.
A complete description of the proposed rule will be published Thursday in the Federal Register.
The regulations will become effective on the date final regulations are published in the Federal Register.
Finally, this July 30, the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA) published in the Federal Register two important regulations impacting skilled nursing facility (SNF)-based PPS and consolidated billing:
In December 1985, the Federal Register (3) published the FDA's advisory panel review of the efficacy of anthrax adsorbed.
Federal Statutes" carries full-text of 23 federal environmental statutes; "Federal Register (w/Archive)" offers 12-month full-text coverage of Federal Register with notices, rules, preambles and proposed rules for 45 federal agencies with archives from 1992; "Code of Federal Regulations includes coverage of 30 'key' titles; "State Regulations and Statutes" is a database of state environmental health and safety statutes and regulations for all 50 states; and, international Treaty" which provides coverage of treaties, conventions and agreements.
A copy of the final rule was published in the Federal Register on November 27, 1996.
The Justice Department guidelines are now available in the Federal Register and will not be put in place until after a 60-day public comment period.
On August 14, 1995, the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA) published in the Federal Register a final rule with comment period regarding the federal physician self-referral proscription, applicable to entities providing Medicare-covered services.
ACA has subscribed to a new Government Printing Office service -- the Federal Register on-line.
A final regulation is expected to be published in the federal register in February.

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