Tag Archives: Administrative law information systems

Strykowski and Wojciechowski on Composable Modeling and Execution of Administrative Procedures

Dr. Sergiusz Strykowski and Dr. Rafał Wojciechowski, both of Poznań University of Economics Department of Information Technology, presented a paper entitled Composable Modeling and Execution of Administrative Procedures, at EGOVIS and EDEM 2012, held 3-6 September 2012 in Vienna. Here … Continue reading

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Muñoz et al.: Modeling Administrative Procedures to Improve Information to the Public

Dr. José Félix Muñoz, Carlos Bobed, and Professor Dr. Francisco Serón, all of University of Zaragoza, presented a paper entitled Modeling Administrative Procedures to Improve Information to the Public, at EGOVIS and EDEM 2012, held 3-6 September 2012 in Vienna. … Continue reading

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Open Version of California Code of Regulations Released in HTML and RTF

An open version of the California Code of Regulations — in HTML and RTF formats, and current as of March 2012 — has been posted at Public.Resource.Org, according to the readme file accompanying the data. According to the readme, this … Continue reading

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Farina, Vallbé, Newhart, and Heidt on Regulation Room: Field-testing an Online Public Participation Platform During U.S. Federal Agency Rulemakings

Professor Cynthia R. Farina, Dr. Joan-Josep Vallbé, Mary J. Newhart, MS, and Josiah Heidt, JD, all of Cornell University, will present a paper entitled Regulation Room: Field-testing an online public participation platform during U.S. Federal Agency rulemakings, at ECEG 2012: … Continue reading

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Heidt and Solivan: Regulation Room: Moving Towards Civic Participation 2.0

Josiah Heidt, JD, and Jackeline Solivan, JD, both of the Cornell University eRulemaking Initiative, presented a poster entitled Regulation Room: Moving Towards Civic Participation 2.0, at dg.o 2012: 13th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, held 4-7 June 2012 … Continue reading

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Interview with Núria Casellas: Legally Linked: Linked Open Data Principles Applied To Code Of Federal Regulations

An interview with Dr. Núria Casellas of the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School (LII), entitled Legally Linked: Linked Open Data Principles Applied To Code Of Federal Regulations, has been published at semanticweb.com. In this interview, Dr. Casellas … Continue reading

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FederalRegister.gov Now Integrated with Regulations.gov

Michael White of the Office of the Federal Register has posted In Synch With Regulations.gov, on the OFR Blog. Here is a summary of the post: FederalRegister.gov (FR2) is now tightly integrated with the electronic dockets on Regulations.gov. Comments submitted … Continue reading

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New Version of Code of Federal Regulations Launched by Cornell LII

A new, free, online version of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), the U.S. federal administrative code, has been launched by the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School, according to an announcement on the LII Announce blog. According … Continue reading

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