Two former OIRA Administrators are testifying tomorrow morning in a hearing that might re-kindle regulatory reform efforts in Congress. As Chris Walker has covered on this blog, the 115th Congress had a flurry of regulatory reform activity, none of which was enacted. This is the first Senate hearing in the 116th to take up regulatory reform.*
The hearing is before the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, Subcommittee on Regulatory Affairs and Federal Management. The hearing is entitled “From Beginning to End: An Examination of Agencies’ Early Public Engagement and Retrospective Review” and it starts at 10am Eastern. The witnesses are The Honorable Susan E. Dudley (OIRA 2007-2009) and The Honorable Sally Katzen (OIRA 1993-1998).
*As far as I can tell — let me know if I missed something.