Administrative Advocacy

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  • Any attempt by interested parties, which may include individuals, organizations, and governments, to shape or influence the policies or regulations of administrative agencies when they implement responsibilities given to them by the legislature by means of enacted legislation. Agencies have discretion as to how programs are implemented, and the actual policies implemented may be more favorable to some parties than to others. Consequently, those interested will try to shape the policy and regulation to their benefit. Administrative procedures that are similar at all levels of government generally encourage public input into the regulatory process by means of all rulemaking processes—informal, negotiated, or formal. All are preceded by a notice of proposed rulemaking inviting comments and recommendations. The agency proposing the rules is required to evaluate ...

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