The U.S. President has signed two Executive Orders that will improve the transparency and fairness of government agencies and ensure that they are held accountable.
The United States President Donald J. Trump on 9th of October signed two Executive Orders that will improve the Transparency and fairness of government agencies and ensure that they are held accountable.
The “Transparency and Fairness” Executive Order.
According to White House’s statement, the transparency and fairness executive order prohibits agencies from enforcing rules they have not made publicly known in advance.
It also instructs agencies to offer opinion letters to individuals and businesses who request them, so people who want to comply with the law can learn how.
The “Improved Agency Guidance Documents” Executive Order.
The “Improved Agency Guidance Documents” Executive Order requires agencies to put their guidance documents on easily searchable websites so individuals are able to access them.
To ensure Americans have their voices heard, the Order will also require government agencies to seek public input on the most important guidance they issue.
Americans will be able to ask agencies to withdraw guidance they believe is wrong.
“The Trump Administration is taking action to end the administrative abuse that hurts American families and small businesses,” the White House said.
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