ICF provides a variety of services in assisting DOT Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Regulatory Development Division (RDD), which is responsible for regulatory development, Federal Register drafting, and comment analysis for all FMCSA programs.
ICF has performed regulatory development workgroup support, technical analysis, and Federal Register drafting work for approximately 40 regulatory actions addressing licensing of commercial drivers, financial responsibility for motor carriers, registration of commercial trucks, safety standards for motor carriers, health and operation standards for drivers, and commercial nonsafety-related issues. ICF has performed public comment analysis using ICF’s proprietary CommentWorks® comment management system, drafted and edited policy support and regulatory planning documents and Federal Register notices (Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRMs), NPRMs, and Final Rules), developed regulatory training materials, and prepared benchmarking reviews and assessments of regulatory effectiveness.
ICF has developed regulatory evaluations, including regulatory analyses and small entity economic impact analyses, paperwork burden analyses, energy impact analyses, and unfunded mandates reform analyses, for several proposed and final rules. ICF also has planned, organized, and facilitated several high-level FMCSA sessions to support the agency in setting rulemaking priorities.
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