Rules Delayed Beyond Executive Order Deadlines

Executive Order 12,866, signed by President Clinton and reaffirmed by President Obama, directs the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) to spend no more than 90 days reviewing a proposed or final rule drafted by an agency, with the possibility for a single 30-day extension. But many rules now at the White House have been at OIRA for longer than 90 or even 120 days.

  • Days of delay beyond 120 day deadline.

    • 8110 DAYS DELAYED

These Rules Are: