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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 RegisterNIH 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
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.