eRulemaking Program, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
John Moses is the Acting Director for the eRulemaking Program, a federal-wide E-Government program that encourages public interaction with the federal regulatory process. Mr. Moses is responsible for the management and operation of the award-winning Federal Docket Management System and the Regulations.gov Web site. Mr. Moses has 15 years experience at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, where he also managed EPA's EDOCKET, the Agency's first electronic docket system, and led the effort in which EDOCKET was chosen to become the model for the eRulemaking federal-wide system in 2002. Before joining EPA, Mr. Moses served as a manager of state affairs at the Chemical Manufacturers Association. Prior to that, John conducted research on innovative environmental programs at the Aspen Institute and worked as a management consultant in the private sector. Mr. Moses received both his Master's and Bachelor's degrees from Cornell University.
- Can the Internet Transform Federal Rulemaking? October 16, 2008
Biography last updated October 2008