I’ve previously blogged about the Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS) here and here, and I’m a big fan of ACUS’s role in bridging the gap between the theory and practice of administrative law and improving administrative governance in the United States.
ACUS has just announced a request for proposals to serve as a consultant on two exciting projects. Here are the details:
Agency Procedures for Regulatory Waivers and Exemptions RFP:
This project will study agency procedures for granting to regulated parties waivers or exemptions from otherwise applicable regulatory requirements.
Regulation of Higher Education RFP:
This project will study negotiated rulemaking, interagency coordination, and retrospective review at federal agencies responsible for administering grants and other federal programs at institutions of higher education.