Bridget Dooling's latest for the Brookings Institution
The first few days of the Biden administration were replete with regulatory news. Not only did the new president direct agencies to halt and undo Trump policy changes, he charted his own course with a series of ambitious regulatory goals. Those goals included progress on individual regulations as well as a rethink of how the executive branch analyzes and reviews regulations before they go out the door. One year in, where does the Biden administration stand on regulation?
- 2021 Regulatory Year in Review
- Zhoudan Xie & Mark Febrizio recap the year that was in regulation.
- Regulatory Policies and the Biden Administration
- Daniel Pérez joins the Government Executive podcast with Ross Gianfortune to discuss the recent Unified Agenda, and first-year comparisons between the Biden administration and his predecessors.
- The Fall 2021 Unified Agenda
- Daniel Pérez aboserves that most of the large rules published for the first time in this Agenda reflect a focus on COVID-19 and environmental policy.
- Advice for the Biden-Harris Administration
- Five recommendations from Susan Dudley for the Biden-Harris administration to embrace regulatory humility and secure better regulatory outcomes.