ICF reviewed federal laws and other authorities defining the administrative requirements of a federal agency and working with the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) to help identify the administrative regulations the EAC should consider adopting.
Following the EAC’s decision on the administrative rules to develop, ICF worked closely with the client to help develop an organizational structure for the EAC’s portion of the Code of Federal Regulations, 11 CFR Chapter II, to arrange the rules in a logical sequence and leave room for expansion as necessary. ICF also reviewed other agencies’ administrative rules on Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Policies and Procedures, Privacy Act Policies and Procedures, Touhy Action Procedures, Sunshine Act Policies and Procedures, Common Rule (Grant Management) Regulations, Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA) Policies and Procedures, Confidential Business Information (CBI) and Trade Secrets protection, nondiscrimination in programs, and standards of conduct.
The rules were used by EAC as models for its regulations on each of the listed topics. ICF provided additional research support as requested. ICF also provided support with respect to the Unified Regulatory Agenda and the Federal Docket Management System.
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