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Election Year Will Stall Regulatory Activity, Says Sandberg

Posted on the 06 June 2012 by Easytracgps @EasyTracGPS

San Diego. Annette Sandberg, principal of TransSafe Consulting, LLC and former Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) administrator, advised attendees at Qualcomm’s Vision 2012 Management Conference here today, to expect a lull in federal regulatory activity from August until early 2012. The good news concerning regulations is that this is an election year, so not much will happen, she told the packed opening session of the conference. The bad news is that once the election is over, no matter who is elected there is apt to be a lot of regulatory activity.

Election year will stall regulatory activity, says Sandberg

“In Washington, DC around August, things slow down or stop,” Sandberg observed. “The incumbent does not want anything to ‘pop up’ and upset the campaign [and if the other party is elected, nothing will happen until a new cabinet is in place and confirmed.]”

Election year will stall regulatory activity, says Sandberg

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