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Goal Leader: James Owens, Deputy General Counsel
DOT will implement regulatory reform initiatives by
evaluating existing regulations in order to lower regulatory
burdens on industry and the public. In conjunction with the
release of the agency’s Fall Unified Agenda of Federal
Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions, the Department will
implement a regulatory reform agenda through the end of FY
2019, focusing specifically on providing for two deregulatory
actions for every new regulatory action proposed and
achieving a total incremental cost of all regulatory and
deregulatory actions of less than -$35 million per year for FY
1For each Fiscal year thereafter, agencies will work with
OMB to calculate their total incremental cost savings target
to be achieved. DOT’s FY 2019 total incremental cost
savings target will be updated in conjunction with the
agency’s issuance of their Fall Unified Agenda of Federal
Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions.
Goal Action Plan & Progress Update:
FY 2018, Quarter 2