As my fellow bloggers have mentioned, the General Services Administration is considering how to modernize the eRulemaking program. The second of two public meetings is coming up on April 30 from 2pm-4pm ET. It will be held entirely online and it’s got a great lineup that packs a lot into 2 hours. Registration is easy and free.
- Dominic Mancini, OIRA
- Jessica Salmoiraghi, GSA
- Jarilyn Dupont, FDA
- Tom Sabo, SAS Institute
- Carey Johnson, EPA
- Michelle Cosby, American Assoc. of Law Libraries
- Elizabeth Kowalewski, GAO
- Hudson Hollister, HData
Topics include management of mass and fake comments, regulatory analysis, and stakeholder use of Regulations.gov data.
Also, the GSA office overseeing this initiative is hiring for a Director of the Regulatory Information Service Center (GS-15), which works closely with OIRA, and program analysts (GS-13/14). Folks on the lookout for a federal jobs at the intersection of regulation and tech should not sleep on these postings; they close soon. (Because of the grade levels these postings are not likely suitable for new grads without substantial work experience.)