|Title:||Administrative Procedure Act (APA)|
|Date/Time:||January 27, 2015 10:00am - 12:00pm|
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT (APA)
The Administrative Procedure Act (APA), governs the way in which administrative agencies may propose and establish regulations. The APA creates a framework for regulating agencies and their unique role. The basic purposes of the APA are (1) to require agencies to keep the public informed of their organization, procedures and rules; (2) to provide for public participation in the rulemaking process; (3) to establish uniform standards for the conduct of formal rulemaking and adjudication; (4) to define the scope of judicial review.
High quality rule making is a vital part of the business of State Government. This two hour training, developed and delivered by the Office of the Attorney General is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and tools for developing such rules.
Who should attend: Staff who have major responsibility for writing regulations.
|Class ID:||C716 (Reference id: 621056)|
|Current class status:|
|623837||Roberts, Theresa M||Maine CDC, DHHS||15 Maine Care Services|
(You will be contacted if an opening is available)