Regulations are the body of published documents that create, modify, or withdraw an agency’s policy direction that implement a Federal statute or that amend outdated information in an established rule. "Rulemaking" is the term used for the process the agency uses to make such changes and generally describes the agency’s policy and policy rationale for public consideration. Prior to the rulemaking process, ETA publishes a list of regulation activities that the agency anticipates over the coming year.
Links to ETA Rulemaking Activities
Regulations in Progress — You will find ETA’s Notice of Proposed Rulemakings (NPRMs), Interim Final Rules (IFRs) and Final Rules recently published in the Federal Register.
DOL’s Regulatory Agenda — A list of all regulations that ETA expects to modify or develop in the next year. The Regulatory Agenda is usually published each April and October in the Federal Register.
Federal Register Documents — Regulations and legal notices issued by all DOL agencies including ETA. Individuals can find the text of all proposed rules, final rules, and notices published in the Federal Register.