Federal Register Documents
“Communication is the most important skill in life.” Stephen R. Covey
The Federal Register system is composed of two major publications - the daily Federal Register and the annual Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Daily publication of the Federal Register is a method of informing the public of the regulations that affect them. This is where proposed rules and notices of availability of documents, such as permit applications, are published to provide the public an opportunity to comment. Other notices of scheduled public hearings and other matters of interest to the public are also published in the Federal Register, as well as the final version of regulations once public comments have been considered. The Code of Federal Regulations is an annual compilation of all final regulations.
Notice of Receipt of Applications: Notice of receipt of an application is published for proposed activities generally under the ESA and MMPA, and for approval of cooperative breeding programs under the WBCA. To find the notice of receipt of an application, use the Service Documents search by applicant name.
Current Federal Register Documents Related to Permits:
CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species
of Wild Fauna and Flora)
Information collection for permit application forms
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February 26, 2010