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Department of Health Professions
 
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Board of Medicine
 
chapter
Regulations Governing Delegation to an Agency Subordinate [18 VAC 85 ‑ 15]
 
Action:
Criteria for delegation to an agency subordinate
Action 1547 / Stage 3201
Final Stage  
Documents
pdf Final Text   5/20/2005  
pdf Agency Statement 5/20/2005    
red ball Governor's Review Memo 6/7/2005   

Status
Changes to Text No changes have been made to the text since the proposed stage was last published in the Register.
Exempt from APA No, this stage/action is subject to article 2 of the Administrative Process Act and the standard executive branch review process.
DPB Review Submitted on 5/20/2005
Review Completed: 5/31/2005
DPB's policy memo is "Governor's Confidential Working Papers"
Secretary Review Secretary of Health and Human Resources Review Completed: 6/7/2005
 
Governor's Review Review Completed: 6/7/2005
 
Result: Approved
 
Virginia Registrar Submitted on 6/7/2005
 
The Virginia Register of Regulations
 
Publication Date: 6/27/2005    Volume: 21  Issue: 21
Comment Period Ended 7/27/2005
 
0 comments
Effective Date 7/27/2005
 
Contact Information
Name / Title: William L. Harp, M.D.  / Executive Director
Address: 9960 Mayland Drive
Suite 300
Richmond, VA 23233
Email Address: william.harp@dhp.virginia.gov
Telephone: (804)367-4558    FAX: (804)527-4429    TDD: ()-
 
This person is the primary contact for this board.
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Action 1547:
Criteria for delegation to an agency subordinate
 
Stages associated with this regulatory action.
Stage Type Status
Emergency/NOIRA   (2805) Stage complete. Emergency regulation expired on 8/30/2005.
Proposed   (3022) Stage complete. Comment period ended 3/11/2005.
Final   (3201) Stage complete. This regulation became effective on 7/27/2005.
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