Elsewhere in the federal bureaucracy, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is officially delaying new reporting requirements implemented by the Obama administration that dramatically increased the obligations of businesses to report illnesses and injuries in the workplace. The electronic reporting requirements were originally to be effective last August, then postponed to November, then January, and now, July 1. At this juncture, the Trump administration is indefinitely delaying official implementation and is likely to completely rescind these requirements as well.