2013 Fed 100

Federal 100: Wendy L. Liberante

Wendy Liberante

Name: Wendy L. Liberante
Title: Policy Analyst, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs
Agency: Office of Management and Budget

Opening up the rulemaking process. As OMB’s lead for eRulemaking, Liberante ensures that White House policy is translated into meaningful improvements in public participation in the development of regulations. She worked with the eRulemaking Program Management Office to develop a major redesign of Regulations.gov. As a result, the site now offers more user-friendly sorting and filtering tools. Liberante also promoted the use of application programming interfaces to allow people to pull regulatory content from Regulations.gov. The result is a

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