The Federal Register includes regulations (or rules), proposed regulations, notices, presidential proclamations, and executive orders. It is published daily and is printed in chronological order. It is useful in identifying background information about the final regulations as published in the Code of Federal Regulations. The Federal Register Index is arranged by agency and is published monthly. You can access the FR and FRI with the following methods:
Please note that the CFR is updated only one each year; therefore, it is possible that there have been changes to regulations since its last publication. To make sure you have the most current information, after identifying a regulation in the latest CFR, please also consult the List of Sections Affected and/or the Parts Affected.
The following methods are available for accessing the CFR List of Sections Affected (LSA):
The following methods are available for accessing the CFR Parts Affected from the Federal Register:
The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) provides final regulations (or rules) in a subject arrangement. It is printed annually throughout the year by volumes.
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The volume of the CFR entitled Index and Finding Aids is revised annually. It contains a subject index and tables indicating parallels between the CFR and citations to the U.S. Code, the United States Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and presidential documents.
The following methods are available for accessing the Code of Federal Regulations: