Self-Sufficiency Programs Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM)
A Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) is filed with the Secretary of State when DHS proposes to adopt, amend or repeal a rule. For instructions on how to read proposed rule revisions, see below.
The following NPRM package(s) filed by the Self-Sufficiency Programs of Children, Adults and Families is available for review.
04/15/13 NPRM (Hearing: May 21, 2013)
SSP Rule Advisory Committee:
Next meeting June 11, 2013.
How to read proposed rule revisions:
Portions bolded mean new language is being added.
strikeout means language is being deleted.
The following may be typed near the top of the first page of a rule:
|*||This is a New Rule - indicates this is all new language to be adopted.|
|*||This Rule Has Been Revised in its Entirety- indicates
that a major portion of the rule has been altered so that showing changes
is too cumbersome and difficult to read. The entire current version of the
rule will be shown with
|*||This Rule is Repealed - indicates the entire rule (rule number/language) is being deleted.|
If you have questions about an NPRM package, please contact the Self-Sufficiency Programs Rules Coordinator by email at Annette.Tesch@state.or.us or by phone at (503) 945-6067.