United States Federal Regulations
Search and track the Federal Register. Justia's Regulation Tracker allows a user to focus on regulations originating from a specific federal agency and subscribe to an RSS feed of those regulations to keep up to date on changes.
Cornell's Legal Information Institute (LII) provides an interface to the CFR offered by the Government Printing Office. Find relevant sections by citation, by searching individual titles, or by querying the index of subject headings created by LII. Retrieve sections in HTML or PDF formats.
A government portal, Regulations.gov facilitates finding, and commenting on, federal regulations. You can search for regulations by keyword or opt to list the newer regulations of a particular agency. Regulations appear in both HTML and PDF formats.
Launched in July, 2010, Federal Register 2.0 is "The Daily Journal of the US Government". The site has organized and displayed the Federal Register in an easier to read format and has added various web tools and user aids designed to help people find material relevant to their interests.
The Federal Register is the official daily publication for rules, proposed rules, and notices of Federal agencies and organizations, as well as executive orders and other presidential documents. It is updated daily by 6 a.m. and is published Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays.
GovPulse is an easy-to-use version of the Federal Register. It lets you find any kind of notice, notification and solicitation that a federal agency puts out. Users are able to browse tens-of-thousands-of-pages by agency, category or date. It also includes tools for visualizations and analysis of the Register.
The National Archives & Records Administration compiles resources pertaining to the Federal Register. Find easy access to the Public Inspection List (documents that will soon appear in the Federal Register), the current day's issue, indexes and daily tables of contents, including the List of Sections Affected, document drafting resources, and more.
Follow this link to find the government's official site for federal regulations. Each volume of the CFR is updated once each calendar year and is issued on a quarterly basis. Search the C.F.R. by keyword or by section. SEE ALSO: List of CFR Sections Affected.
FDsys (formerlly GPO Access) provides online access to this reference publication - it lists proposed, new, and amended Federal regulations that have been published in the Federal Register since the most recent revision date of a CFR title. It also explains how to use the document to update information found in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Visitors may search or browse the publication back to 1997.
The Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (eCFR) offers researchers a timely source for finding federal regulations currently in effect. The Office of the Federal Register and the Government Printing Office maintain the database, which integrates rule amendments and additions with the current CFR title. Note it is not an official legal edition of the CFR. The Office of the Federal Register updates the eCFR on a daily basis and the current update status appears at the top of all eCFR web pages. December, 2010 Update: The e-CFR will be moving to FDsys (formerally GPO Access) and will expand to be a daily snapshot of the CFR - eCFR will be available until this new version is available.
The Web site of the General Services Administration (GSA) Board of Contract Appeals offers its rules of procedure, decisions, and brief biographical information about its judges.
The National Archives and Records Administration, Office of the Federal Register, posts this list of Federal Register documents daily, Monday through Friday. The list gives researchers advanced notice of rules and other documents that will appear in the Federal Register. To facilitate retrieval upon publication, researchers should note the document identification number. It appears in this format: 98-23563.
The Center for Regulatory Effectiveness provides Congress with analyses of agency regulations. Its Web site offers information and analyses on a variety of regulatory issues.