FuelEconomyIn.Us is a website dedicated to being a repository of the most relevant information on Corporate Average Fuel Economy. The website is available for use by all parties who wish to participate, and have an impact, on the resolution of this important issue. The site is maintained by the Center for Regulatory Effectiveness who will analyze the views of various stakeholders and provide such analyses to decision-makers in Executive Branch Agencies, Congress, the media and organized stakeholder groups. Consequently by providing material to the FuelEconomyIn.US, you are assured that your views will be made available to other parties and influential decision makers.
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The CRE is a regulatory watchdog (About the CRE) which works to ensure Federal agency compliance with "Good Government Laws" including Executive Order 12866, Regulatory Planning and Review, Paperwork Reduction Act, Unfunded Mandates Act, Regulatory Flexibility Act and most recently the Data Quality Act (Data Quality), of which CRE was the initial proponent (CRE in the News).