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Publications

RULEMAKING

Rulemaking 2.0, 65 University of Miami Law Review 395 (2011)

Rulemaking in 140 Characters or Less: Social Networking and Public Participation in Rulemaking, 31 Pace Law Review 382 (2011)

Achieving the Potential: The Future of Federal E-Rulemaking

NATURAL LANGUAGE SUPPORT FOR E-RULEMAKING

Using Natural Language Processing to Improve e-Rulemaking, Claire Cardie, Cynthia Farina, Thomas Bruce, Erica Wagner, Proceedings of the 7th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DIGITAL GOVERNMENT RESEARCH, May 21-24, 2006. See the Power Point Presentation.

Better Inputs for Better Outcomes: Using the Interface to Improve e-Rulemaking, Cynthia Farina, Claire Cardie, Thomas Bruce, Erica Wagner, Proceedings of the Workshop on eRulemking at the Crossroads, 7th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DIGITAL GOVERNMENT RESEARCH, May 21, 2006.

THE PUBLIC INTERFACE PROJECT

Realizing the Potential: Enriching the Public User Interface of Regulations.gov, Presentation to the ABA Administrative Law Section Council (Oct. 28, 2006).

issue categorizationPapers by the CeRI team for the 9th International Conference on Digital Government Research, 2008. Published in the Conference Proceedings.