Resources

See the material below for resources to help address regulatory burden.

Resources

Avoiding an Overzealous Approach: A Perspective on Regulatory Burden

ILAR Journal, 2008

OLAW’s New Guidance Will Streamline “Significant Changes”

The Physiologist, 2015

The Cost of Self-Imposed Regulatory Burden in Animal Research

FASEB Journal, 2014

Optimizing the Nation's Investment in Academic Research

A report by the National Academy of Sciences commissioned by Congress, 2015 [PDF]

Sustaining Discovery in the Biological and Medical Sciences

(FASEB, 2015. See Section 1.3.1: Over-regulation increases the cost of research for the federal government, institutions, and other research sponsors)

Reducing Investigators’ Administrative Workload for Federally Funded Research

by the National Science Board, 2014 [PDF]

FASEB Survey on Administrative Burden

Findings by the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 2013 [PDF]

Faculty Workload Survey

By the Federal Demonstration Partnership, sponsored by the National Academies, 2012 [PDF]

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