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GSA Tests APIs for Rulemaking Comment Uploads, Data Downloads

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The General Services Administration (GSA) has introduced a pilot to test application programming interfaces designed to facilitate automated comment uploads and data downloads from the beta Regulations website.

Regulatons.gov is a federal shared service managed by GSA that allows the public to post comments on rulemakings and gain access to regulatory files and supporting documents, GSA said Wednesday.

Individuals and organizations that do not plan to use the Comment API can manually upload multiple comments in legacy and beta versions of Regulations.gov website. This is part of GSA’s effort to provide the public with multiple options to post comments on federal rulemakings.

GSA also encourages the public to share their insights on the beta Regulations website using the “feedback” function.

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