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Federal Regulatory Agencies

Summary: Federal regulatory agencies enforce, establish, regulate, administer, prevent, and correct laws and other standards.

See the full directory here: Directory of Federal Regulatory Agencies

  
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This online directory has over 117 different agencies listed with name, brief description, address, contact person, phone and fax, and the email and website. In alphabetical order, the first agency is the Access Board and last is the Veterans’ Employment and Training Service.

The Access Board, or previously called the Architectural and Transportation Barrier Compliance Board, makes sure that the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines are applied in all places of public accommodation, commercial and govern-mental buildings, and transportation vehicles. They provide training so help this places keep these standards. The Board is located in Washington D.C.

The Veteran’s Employment and Training Service, also located in Washington D.C., enforces policies that protect veteran benefits. They make sure there are training opportunities, job placement services, counseling, and other benefits. They also help veterans reobtain jobs that they had prior to active duty.

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Other agencies listed on this directory are the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the Risk Management Agency. Without these federal agencies that regulate rules and laws, there would be a lack of organization and control.

We have made it easy for you to find the information you need on each agency.

Here are some other online directories:

Online Directory of All Highest State Courts

Ft. Lauderdale’s Construction Law Firm Directory

Washington D.C. Firms for Tax Law

Source: https://www.lawcrossing.com/article/900045120/Directory-of-Federal-Regulatory-Agencies/

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