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Plain Writing Act

Plain Writing Act

The  requires federal agencies to write "clear government communication that the public can understand and use." Specifically, we must use plain language in any document we produce that the public needs to understand in order to:

  • obtain a federal government benefit or service we may offer; or
  • comply with a requirement that we administer or enforce.
What are We Doing 365体育投注网址 Plain Writing?

365体育投注网址Here at the U.S. International Trade Commission (365体育投注网址ITC), we’re committed to writing its documents in plain language using the . We’ve assigned two staff members to oversee our plain language efforts:

  • Jeremy Wise, 365体育投注网址ITC designated senior official for plain writing
  • Peg Hausman, 365体育投注网址ITC contact for plain writing

365体育投注网址We’re training our employees and have strengthened our oversight process. We also work with the to improve our understanding of plain writing and to help other agencies with their plain writing efforts.

We’d like to have your help in complying with this law. Let us know if you have trouble understanding our documents or the pages on our website, or give us suggestions for making them clearer, by writing to us at plainwriting@shixiaopai.cn.

Here is the annual report (PDF)365体育投注网址 on our progress and compliance with the Plain Writing Act.