On January 18, 2011, President Obama signed an Executive Order directing federal agencies to improve their processes for promulgating and reviewing regulations. The President calls on agencies to design flexible, cost-effective, and evidence-based regulations through a transparent, public process. Existing regulations also must be reviewed periodically, with agencies directed to modify, expand, or repeal rules that are “outmoded, ineffective, insufficient, or excessively burdensome.” As part of this initiative, the President also is requiring federal enforcement agencies to post on-line data concerning their regulatory compliance and enforcement activities, such as information on administrative inspections, examinations, reviews, warnings, citations, and revocations (but excluding law enforcement or other sensitive information about ongoing enforcement actions).