Susan Dudley and Sally Katzen were both Administrators for the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs for Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, respectfully. They don't agree on everything, but they are both encouraged by bipartisan legislation recently introduced in the U.S. Senate that "not only offer targeted solutions to two problematic aspects of the regulatory process, but also contribute to some salutary goals President Biden has set."
Other op-eds that Professors Dudley and Katzen have co-authored:
One Trump-Era Notion Biden May Want to Embrace - Wall Street Journal
- Independent regulators should analyze the costs and benefits of new rules, like executive agencies do.
Trump Takes a Parting Swipe at the Executive Branch - Wall Street Journal
- Stripping OMB staffers of civil-service protection will make it harder for the president to do his job.