How Citizens Can Improve Regulations
President Obama has made it a priority for agencies to complete retrospective reviews to identify and reduce regulatory burdens, strengthen or update existing regulations, and propose new regulations to fill gaps. The goal is to make government more efficient, and save taxpayers money.
GSA needs your help to make this happen.
GSA is reviewing the following regulations as part of this retrospective review:
- Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR),
- Federal Management Regulation (FMR),
- Federal Travel Regulation (FTR), and
- General Services Administration Acquisition Manual (GSAM), sections of which include the General Services Acquisition Regulation (GSAR).
How You Can Help
The most recent regulation review, GSA's Retrospective Analysis – January 2016 [PDF - 242.65 KB], lists GSA's latest regulatory analysis projects, and identifies those which are seeking public feedback.
If you have comments about these projects, or any other GSA rules or regulations that you believe need to be addressed, please comment in the form below.
Thank you in advance for your help in streamlining government regulations.
We value all comments and suggestions. However, we are unable to answer any questions using this form. Please refer to "GSA Contacts by Topic" on our Contacts page for resources related to a specific question, or submit an inquiry there.
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