This Week at Rules – March 3, 2021

Brody Mangum This Week at Rules

Front Page Focus

This week, we’re taking a look at all current rules in the Utah Administrative Code. Our Front Page Focus includes a direct link to every current rule using our new eRules platform. Take a look at it through the eRules: Current Rules link and bookmark or favorite it for easy future access.

We’re also looking at the revised Codification Segue (more info on that here) as well as the entirety of Title R156, Commerce, Occupational and Professional Licensing.

New Utah State Bulletin and Digest Issues

The 3/1/2021 editions of the Utah State Bulletin and Utah State Digest are available for viewing and downloading.

Resource Review

The last few weeks have been full of updates and changes to some of our administrative rules resources. We’ve picked out a few of the resources that we haven’t talked about recently and are due for a short review:

Administrative Rules Dashboard

The Administrative Rules Dashboard continues to be updated on a weekly basis with more statistics and information. Since the last time we covered the Dashboard, we’ve added more metrics to view, including the time it takes for the Office to conduct an initial review of a filing as well as how long it takes us to codify and publish rules after they’re made effective.

Tips & Tricks

The Tips & Tricks page has been updated to better display posts from different years. Simply select the year of posts you’d like to view for the menu to open and select it again to close. The Tips & Tricks page is a compilation of our social media, email, and other short posts designed to help both rule readers and rulewriters get the most out of their rules.

Utah Administrative Code Individual Rule Pages

As mentioned in our last post about the transition to eRules, the old Utah Administrative Code pages have been updated to contain a notification explaining that the newest versions of these rules can be found on the new eRules platform. Visit our eRules FAQ post for more information on this transition and how to use the new tools.

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