Government agencies first need to update computers and software and then need to hire people to start looking at regulations and flagging conflicts and contradictory information. As outdated, conflicting information is corrected and/or removed based on new legislation, executive orders, etc., the agencies need to provide appropriate training to their staff. Once that is completed, start writing rules in plain language, rather than language that lawyers can argue over the interpretation of for years to come. You shouldn't be able to contact an agency and have everyone you speak to give you a different interpretation that ends up making you more confused than when you were before contacting them.
Idea No. 2956