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Howard Shelanski: White House Releases Mobile App for Regulatory Status Check

The White House has unveiled a mobile application designed to help people view information about the status of agency regulations via the federal government’s RegInfo  website.

Howard Shelanski, administrator of the White House’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, wrote in a blog post published Wednesday that the RegInfo Mobile app is available for both Android and iOS devices.

The app is designed to help users search for information about the status of federal regulations and data collection requests.

Shelanski said users will also be able to see current and historical data about rulemakings, details about OIRA’s pending and closed reviews of rulemakings, log of past and upcoming public meetings related to pending regulations and data about pending information requests.

“This is just the first version of RegInfo Mobile – we’ll continue to make updates to the app based on customer feedback and use,” he added.

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