- To examine experiences of state and international governments engaged in regulatory reform and to discuss best practices that may be beneficial if implemented in the U.S.
- Beginning in October 2017, the Committee held a series of three hearings on the implementation of two executive orders that form the foundation of the Administration’s regulatory reform agenda.
- The concept of regulatory budgeting and the one-in-two-out system found in these executive orders was first implemented in Canada and the UK as early as 2001.
- Australia and the state of Kentucky have also undertaken significant regulatory reform efforts in recent years.
Witnesses and testimonies
|Mr. Scott Brinkman||Secretary of the Executive Cabinet||Commonwealth of Kentucky||Document|
|Ms. Laura Jones||Executive Vice President and Chief Strategic Officer||Canadian Federation of Independent Business||Document|
|Mr. Matt Vickers||Product Sales Engineer, New Markets||Xero||Document|
|Mr. Amit Narang||Regulatory Policy Advocate||Public Citizen||Document|