Tuesday, July 27, 2010


A new way to use and search the Federal Register is now available for free at FederalRegister.gov. It has the appearance of a news source. The current issue (previous day's activities) is the front page and there is a browse by date. Content may be browsed by notices, proposed rules, final rules, presidential documents, subject, agency or "What's Hot". You do have to scroll a little to see all the features but not too much. It is a clean accessible site that is easy to use.

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

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