Negotiated Rulemaking

Policy LogoNegotiated Rulemaking (or “Neg Reg”) is a process used by the U.S. Department of Education and other federal agencies, in which representatives from a government agency and affected interest groups negotiate the terms of a proposed administrative rule. The agency publishes the proposed rule in the Federal Register and then follows the usual rulemaking procedure of soliciting public comments, which are evaluated for inclusion in the final rule. NASFAA has historically participated in Neg Regs pertaining to federal student aid program regulations, by supporting and sending financial aid administrators from members institutions, NASFAA staff, and others to the negotiating table.

View recent NASFAA News Coverage of Negotiated Rulemaking below or browse the archive for previous articles.

To view NASFAA's official comments on negotiated rulemaking and proposed/interim final rules, please visit NASFAA On the Record.

 


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