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Regulations Governing Delegation to an Agency Subordinate [18 VAC 85 ‑ 15]
Criteria for delegation to an agency subordinate
Action 1547 / Stage 3022
Proposed Stage  
pdf Proposed Text   11/23/2004  
pdf Agency Background Document 11/23/2004    
pdf Attorney General Certification 11/23/2004    
pdf DPB Economic Impact Analysis 11/23/2004    
pdf Agency Response to EIA 12/9/2004    
red ball Governor's Review Memo 12/9/2004   

Changes to Text The proposed text has changed from that of the emergency stage.
Attorney General Review Review Completed: 11/23/2004
Result: Certified
DPB Review
Submitted on 11/23/2004
Review Completed: 11/24/2004
Secretary Review Secretary of Health and Human Resources Review Completed: 12/3/2004
Governor's Review Governor Review Completed: 12/9/2004
Result: Approved
Virginia Registrar Submitted on 12/9/2004
The Virginia Register of Regulations
Publication Date: 1/10/2005    Volume: 21  Issue: 9
Public Hearings

01/21/2005 8:00 AM

Comment Period Ended 3/11/2005
Contact Information
Name / Title: Erin Barrett  / Director of Legislative and Regulatory Affairs
Address: Perimeter Center
9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 300
Henrico, VA 23233
Email Address:
Telephone: (804)367-4688    FAX: (804)915-0382    TDD: ()-
This person is the primary contact for this agency.


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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 Emergency regulation superseded by final permanent regulation.
Proposed   (3022) Stage complete. Comment period ended 03/11/2005.
Final   (3201) Stage complete. This regulation became effective on 07/27/2005.
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