The Administrative Conference of the United States provides valuable guidance to Congress, educators and practioners, government agencies, the press, public advocates and students. Founded by President John F. Kennedy and permanently established by the Administrative Conference Act of 1964, the Conference is an independent, nonpartisan entity that provides recommendations for improving federal regulatory practices and procedures.
The Conference works collaboratively across agencies, academia and industry to identify and solve complex problems. We strive to make government work better through innovation, collaboration and optimization of resources. Please visit the relevant Resources For page to see resources from our website that are specific to you, all in one place!