The Health Resources and Services Administration seeks comments through July 2 on how it could streamline its compliance and reporting requirements for certain programs and grant recipients. The request for information focuses on potential deregulatory actions related to Paperwork Reduction Act information collections, sub-regulatory guidance and guidance documents.

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