Because the question asks whether any of these factors "matter to [the rule drafter
's] assessment" of reliability of the legislative history, a response that the rule drafter
does not know for all practical purposes means that those factors do not matter to the drafter
This Part presents the relevant findings from a 195-question survey I conducted of 128 agency rule drafters
at seven executive departments and two independent agencies.
findings of a 195-question survey of agency rule drafters
that covers a
To identify profiles and subprofiles using the number of macro TU categories, we assumed that there would be a predominance of Drafter
profile and Non-Recursive subprofile in direct translation, since participants usually seek to achieve a "reliable task output, particularly at the end of drafting phase" (Alves & Goncalves, 2007, p.
of the partnership agreement prefers to draft targeted allocations in partnership agreements because it reduces malpractice risk.
Leslie and Benjamin Griffin drafters
, Brian Hillyard leader);
In effect, the drafter
must provide the services that legal professionals typically provide: finding the relevant provisions, translating them into comprehensible language, explaining them, and personalizing them.
Other features, such as windowing and multi-tasking were critical since Brooklyn Union did not want to restrict its drafters
to viewing only one map at a time or being unable to continue working when the system was processing updates to another map.
This process required a lot of interpretation on the part of the drafters
," said Johnson.
If this is not an acceptable match, the computer would exit the tree node for Drafter
and traverse up one level to the right and enter the tree node containing information for Electronic Technician.
Computer-aided design (CAD) joins the power of the computer with the creativity and skills of the engineer, architect, designer, and drafter