USA – Improving White House review of agency guidance (Rachel Augustine Potter, Brookings)

Nearly six months in, President Biden’s regulatory policy is slowly coming into focus. It is ambitious. The administration has revoked many of Trump’s executive actions on regulation, repealed dozens of regulations issued over the last four years, pledged to use regulatory policy to pursue administration priorities, promised to incorporate distributional consequences into regulatory analysis, and selected an ideologically-progressive regulatory team. Biden has also ordered the Office of Management and Budget to “determine an appropriate approach” to agency guidance. It is not yet clear, however, what this means or how this administration will oversee guidance.

Improving White House review of agency guidance (