Sunshine Notice Period

A Public Notice is released seven calendar days before an Open or Closed Commission Meeting, announcing the day and time of the meeting, and listing each item to be considered. The Sunshine Notice is printed in the Federal Register after it is released to the public. The Sunshine Period runs from the time a public notice placing an item on the Sunshine Agenda is released until the text of the decision is issued or a public notice is released stating that the matter has been deleted from the Sunshine Agenda or returned for further consideration. Presentations to decision-making personnel and discussions of the item are generally prohibited during the Period.

Related Terms
Notice of Inquiry NOI,   Notice of Proposed Rulemaking NPRM,   orbital period,   Public Notice PN,   Sunshine Notice Period,  

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