President Obama's former regulatory czar seeks to dispell dueling narratives about the costs of regulation.
A trio of financial industry groups have filed a lawsuit against the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, pushing back against new rules aimed at cracking down on derivatives abroad.
They argue the test to determine how many workers are on payroll can be confusing.
OMB released its fall version of the Unified Agenda just before Thanksgiving.
The Department of Agriculture is starting a new loan program to promote energy efficiency.
The department’s program, announced on Wednesday, will provide up to $250 million for rural electric cooperatives to lend to businesses and households to retrofit their homes and facilities.
Head of Federal Railroad Administration said crashes erode the public's confidence.
The largest federal employee union's president said agencies should review policies.
The controversial Volcker Rule, which limits banks’ trading ability, will be one of the many issues before federal agencies and advisory boards at meetings the next few weeks.
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A top official defended new benchmarks for contractors to hire veterans and disabled people.
Boehner argues the House has passed nearly 150 bills over the last year.