Regulatory Reform

Advocacy is involved in Regulatory Reform efforts underway as a result of two recent regulatory Executive Orders. Keep an eye on this page for updated information on Advocacy’s involvement in helping to reduce the regulatory burden on our nation’s small businesses.

Executive Order 13771 - Reducing Regulation and Controlling Regulatory Costs

Executive Order 13777 - Enforcing the Regulatory Reform Agenda

Regional Regulatory Roundtables

Advocacy is hosting small business roundtables in order to hear firsthand from small businesses facing regulatory burdens. Come tell us which federal agency regulations should be considered for reform or elimination. Let us know which regulations are problematic for your business.

Baton Rouge, LA - June 7 - Sign up for the event HERE

New Orleans, LA - June 8 - Sign up for the event HERE

More roundtables across the nation will be added soon. 

The purpose of Advocacy’s Regional Regulatory Roundtables is to:

  1. Identify regional small business regulatory issues in order to assist agencies with regulatory reform and reduction in compliance with Executive Orders 13771 & 13777;
  2. Compile crucial information for Advocacy’s new report on existing small business regulatory burdens across the nation, identifying specific recommendations for regulatory changes based upon first-hand accounts from small businesses across the country; and
  3. Inform and educate the small business public as to how Advocacy and SBA can assist them with their small business.

 

Can’t get to a roundtable near you?

Fill out this form and tell us about your federal regulatory burdens. We will pass this information on to the appropriate agency and use it in the planning of upcoming Regulatory Reform Roundtables. 

**By filling out this form you are helping us determine the most important federal regulations that impact your small business. Names and other personal information provided will not be shared without prior consent.**