Preparations for the 2023 Rulemaking Calendar
Government Code section 11017.6 requires that state agencies submit to OAL their projections of rulemaking activities for the upcoming year. OAL publishes these projections in its annual Rulemaking Calendar.
Below are instructions for preparing the 2023 Rulemaking Calendar, including OAL’s letter sent to Chief Counsels and Regulations Coordinators and Rulemaking Calendar Schedules A and B. See the memo for more details.
Please note that there is a new e-mail address to send Rulemaking Calendars: email@example.com
Please note that the 2023 Calendars are due to OAL by February 14, 2023. If you have any questions, please contact Melvin Fong at (916) 324-7952 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2022 Rulemaking Calendar
Government Code section 11017.6 requires every state agency subject to the Administrative Procedure Act to prepare an annual rulemaking calendar describing its rulemaking activities for the upcoming year. The 2022 Rulemaking Calendar has now been published and may be accessed through the following means:
- Electronic copies are available from the Office of Administrative Law upon request by emailing email@example.com.
- Contact your nearest depository library. A list of state depository libraries can be located at the following page:
http://www.library.ca.gov/government-publications/state-document-depository-program/depositories/ for a list of California depository libraries.
- Hard copies of the Rulemaking Calendar are available by contacting Thomson Reuters at 1-888-728-7677. The cost of the printed calendar is $30.00. Subscribers of the Notice Register may obtain a hard copy of the Rulemaking Calendar upon request at no extra charge .
The 2022 Rulemaking Calendar is incorporated by reference into the July 22, 2022 edition of the California Regulatory Notice Register, Register 2022, Number 29-Z.