Next Week’s 73rd Plenary Session (ACUS Update)
As I noted in my last update, the Administrative Conference is set to host it’s 73rd Plenary Session on Wednesday, December 16 from 10-5 and and Thursday, December 17 from 10-4. The agenda is packed! There are six recommendations and one statement up for debate and adoption. The Federal Register notice advises comments be submitted by 10 am Monday, December 14 to ensure consideration by the Assembly.
Links to all of the project webpages, proposed recommendations and statement, and pre-submitted member comments are available on plenary webpage. At the bottom of the plenary is a form for submitting comments. Links to the key information for all seven projects are also collected below:
|Project (link to webpage)||Link to Draft Recommendation/Statement|
|Rules on Rulemakings||Draft recommendation|
|Protected Materials in Public Rulemaking Dockets||Draft recommendation|
|Agency Use of Artificial Intelligence||Draft statement (pending Council approval of inclusion on agenda)|
|Agency Appellate Systems||Draft recommendation|
|Government Contract Bid Protests Before Agencies||Draft recommendation|
|Public Availability of Information About Agency Adjudicators||Draft recommendation|
|Agency Litigation Webpages||Draft recommendation|
This post is part of the Administrative Conference Update series, which highlights new and continuing projects, upcoming committee meetings, proposed and recently adopted recommendations, and other news about the Administrative Conference of the United States. The series is further explained here, and all posts in the series can be found here.