Cal. Code Regs. Tit. 1, § 2002 - Standardized Regulatory Impact Assessment

Current through Register 2022 Notice Reg. No. 14, April 8, 2022

(a) An agency that anticipates promulgating a major regulation as defined in section 2000 shall, pursuant to Section 11346.3(f) of the code, submit its completed SRIA to the department within the following time frame:
(1) Not less than 60 days prior to filing a notice of proposed action with OAL if the agency has notified the department of the proposed regulation within the time prescribed by 2001(a); or
(2) Not less than 90 days prior to filing a notice of proposed action with OAL if the agency has not notified the department of the proposed major regulation within the time prescribed by section 2001(a);
(b)
(1) The SRIA shall contain all of the information required by Section 11346.3(c) of the code, which shall have been prepared in compliance with section 2003.
(2) The SRIA shall also include a description and explanation of each of the following:
(A) The economic impact method and approach, including the underlying assumptions the agency used and the rationale and basis for those assumptions;
(B) The specific categories of individuals and business enterprises who would be affected by the proposed major regulation;
(C) The inputs into the assessment of the economic impact;
(D) The outputs from the assessment of the economic impact;
(E) The agency's interpretation of the results of the assessment of the economic impact.
(3) The SRIA shall also include documentation sufficient to substantiate compliance with the requirements of this section and section 2003.
(c) The SRIA shall be accompanied by a form prescribed by the department that includes all of the following:
(1) Name of the agency.
(2) The name, telephone number, email and mailing address of the contact person.
(3) Statement of the need for the proposed major regulation.
(4) A summary of the categories of individuals and business enterprises who will be impacted by the proposed major regulation and the amount of the economic impact on each such category.
(5) An identification and description of all costs and all benefits due to the proposed regulatory change, calculated on an annual basis from estimated date of filing with the Secretary of State through 12 months after the estimated date the proposed major regulation will be fully implemented as estimated by the agency.
(6) Description of the 12-month period in which the agency estimates the economic impact of the proposed major regulation will exceed $50 million.
(7) Description of the baseline that the agency used to compare proposed regulatory alternatives.
(8) Identification of each regulatory alternative for addressing the stated need for the proposed major regulation, including each alternative that was provided by the public or another governmental agency and each alternative that the agency considered; all costs and all benefits of each regulatory alternative considered; and the reasons for rejecting each alternative.
(9) Description of the methods by which the agency sought public input as required by section 2001, accompanied by documentation of that public outreach.
(10) A description of the economic impact method and approach, including the underlying assumptions the agency used and the rationale and basis for those assumptions.
(11) Date, printed name, and signature of the head of the agency.
(d) Within 10 days of receiving an SRIA, the department shall post a copy of the form required by subdivision (c) on its Internet web site.
(e) Within 10 days of receiving an SRIA, the department shall provide a copy of the form required by subdivision (c) to Go-Biz and any other agency that requests it. GO-Biz and any other agency may provide comment to the department within 10 days thereafter.

Notes

Cal. Code Regs. Tit. 1, § 2002

Note: Authority cited: Section 11346.36, Government Code. Reference: Sections 11342.548, 11346.3 and 11346.36, Government Code.

1. New section filed 10-29-2013; operative 11-1-2013 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2013, No. 44).
2. New subsections (c)(4), (c)(5) and (c)(8) filed 11-21-2013; operative 12-1-2013 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2013, No. 47).

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