The third and final installment of this series on e-rulemaking modernization examines how rulemaking is regarded from the industry side.
When it comes to rulemaking, the Environmental Protection Agency has found a practical way to deal with the growing challenge of mass comment campaigns.
As the federal government embarks on a project to modernize electronic rulemaking, agencies are looking for effective ways to deal with mass comments.
Machine learning can help agencies deal with mass comments and fake ones, too. An ACUS-sponsored study found in fact 152 cases of AI applied by 64 rulemaking agencies.
Stanford Law School law professor David Freeman Engstrom joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin with what they found.
Mass and fake comments present two different problems for rule-making agencies.