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The online forum allows the regulated community to explore federal regulations, post opinions, engage directly with other users and with eRulemaking program staff. The Exchange will be open for public participation from May 21 to July 21, 2009.
"We're always looking for new, innovative ways to engage the public, and get more people involved in the regulatory process," said John Moses, EPA's eRulemaking program director. "Every member of the public can post their opinion directly on Regulation.gov Exchange without boundaries, shaping and improving Regulations.gov."
The agency also noted in its press release that public feedback will "shape on-going updates of Regulations.gov, explore the impact of emerging Internet technologies on the federal rulemaking process, foster government-citizen collaboration, and promote government transparency and openness."