Today is the deadline for all federal agencies to post all of their various guidance documents explaining their regulations. As mandated by two Executive Orders issued back in October, the guidance, which includes letters, press releases, adjudication decisions and the like, must now be posted on searchable websites. The Executive Orders signed in October – (“Promoting the Rule of Law Through Improved Agency Guidance Documents” and “Promoting the Rule of Law Through Transparency and Fairness in Civil Administrative Enforcement and Adjudication” – seek to slow agency tendencies to expand their regulatory control and minimize the creation of “back-door regulations”. For the past four months, all 400 federal agencies have been expected to go through all their guidance and prepare it for posting today, but a grace period through June 27, 2020 allows for agencies to post “overlooked documents” by that time.