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Opportunities for Public Comment
Check this page to find opportunities to provide your input! Your comments on how your state's and country's service systems work are very important to creating and improving services to all citizens.
What is a public comment? A public comment is a comment to a federal and/or state agency providing relevant feedback to a proposed rule or regulation under consideration by the government.
Who can make a public comment? Everyone! Public comments are open to all people (individuals, organizations, other agencies, business owners, stakeholders, etc.) interested in the proposed regulation.
Follow these links to find resources from the US Department of Health and Human Services and the Association of University Centers on Disabilities on public comments:
How to Participate in the Rulemaking Process
Public Comment and Regulations
Why is providing comments so important? Participating in this process ensures that YOU have a say in how you and your loved ones are served through government/public systems.
According to the Harvard Law School's Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation, Public Commenting is an important opportunity to make your voice heard. It is essential to providing input in the development of effective rules and regulations that serve your community. Find out more in this document: Why Public Comments Matter
CURRENT PUBLIC COMMENT OPPORTUNITIES LISTING:
02/13/2023 No Current Opportunities. Check back soon.
Public Comments to the Arkansas Department of Human Services
Arkansas Department of Human Services (DHS)
Division of Medical Services (DMS)
P.O. Box 1437, Slot S295,
Little Rock, AR 72203-1437
All DHS proposed rules, public notices, and recently finalized rules may also be viewed at: Proposed Rules & Public Notices
Public comments to Arkansas DHS must be submitted in writing at the above address or at the following email address: ORP@dhs.arkansas.gov