On May 26, 2011, the White House posted the preliminary regulatory reform plans submitted by individual federal departments and agencies under President Obama's Executive Order 13563. The agency plans include both discussions of general approaches to regulatory review and listings of specific regulations that may be revised. HHS lists numerous current regulations it identifies as candidates for regulatory review over the next two years in order to increase flexibility and reduce regulatory burdens. Such rules include, among many others, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) rules on: quality reporting, Medicare appeals, hospital conditions of participation, and revisions to reduce documentation burdens and clarify requirements under a variety of payment rules (impacting inpatient rehabilitation facilities, ambulatory surgical centers, hospices, outpatient hospital departments, and physicians). The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) listing includes such items as revisions to the FDA's bar code rule, good manufacturing practice (GMP) regulations for both food and drugs, and medical device adverse event report requirements.