Free Government Website. Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (current).
Codification of the general and permanent rules and regulations published by executive departments and agencies in the Federal Register. The CFR is divided into 50 broad subject areas known as titles.
Other sources of CFR:
Online (UTSA subscription): ProQuest Congressional (under "Regulations" on top menu) (1981-current)
Official Government Website: FDsys (1996-current) (Annual Edition)
Print: Title 3 ONLY (The President) (Microfiche: 1978-1985; Print: 1986-2010) Govt Docs 4th Floor AE2.106/3:
Print JPL Govt Docs 4th Floor:AE 2.1062-2: 1973-85 (1973-2000)
Index of updates to Federal regulations. Finding aid for historical research in CFR to find precise text of provisions on any given date. Each issue contains the CFR part and section number, and status indicated if amended, confirmed or revised, and Federal Register page number where the change may be found.
The Federal Register is the official daily publication for rules, proposed rules, and notices of Federal agencies and organizations, as well as Executive Orders and other presidential documents. Published by the Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). (1970-current) (Browse or use Advanced Search)
> ProQuest Congressional (under "Regulations" on top menu) (1970-current)
> LexisNexis Academic (1936-current) (Under Search by Subject or Topic > Federal Statutes and Regulations ) LexisNexis Academic will cease December 31, 2017. See Nexis Uni.
Various Administrative Decisions can be found in Nexis Uni, such as Department of Interior ALJ Decisions or Dept. of Labor Opinion Letters, or U.S. Attorney General Opinions
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Free Government Website: FDsys (1994-2010)
Developing or recently published regulations. Published twice a year, summarizes the rules and proposed rules that each Federal agency expects to issue during the next year.
Provides information on the status of government agency documents undergoing review by the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA). FAQ page gives a good explanation of the rule-making process.