Negotiated rulemaking is an informal part of the rulemaking process in which all interested and affected persons and the agency seek to reach a consensus on the content of a rule. The PDC strongly encourages participation in the process from all stakeholders and welcomes all public comment.
RULES CURRENTLY UNDER NEGOTIATION
The PDC is not currently engaged in negotiated rulemaking.
- IDAPA 61.01.06 – RULES GOVERNING THE PROCEDURES FOR OVERSIGHT, IMPLEMENTATION, ENFORCEMENT AND MODIFICATION OF INDIGENT DEFENSE STANDARDS
This rule will has been submitted as proposed. Please navigate to the Proposed and Pending Rules page for more information and to make comment.
- IDAPA 61.01.07 – RULES GOVERNING THE STANDARDS FOR DEFENDING ATTORNEYS THAT UTILIZE IDAHO’S PRINCIPLES OF AN INDIGENT DEFENSE DELIVERY SYSTEM
This rule has been submitted as proposed. Please navigate to the Proposed and Pending Rules page for more information and to make comment.
UPDATE on Workload Standard: On July 5, 2017, a Notice of Intent to negotiate a workload standard was published in the Legislative Bulletin. Because the workload study is not yet complete, the PDC will not be moving forward with this portion of the rule at this time. A Notice of Intent to negotiate will be published at a later date once the results of the workload study have been provided by Boise State.
PLEASE NOTE: The Standards for Defending Attorneys document will be incorporated into IDAPA 61.01.08. For the draft of the 2017 edition of this document, navigate to the Proposed and Pending Rules page.
- IDAPA 61.01.08 – RULES GOVERNING THE ADMINSTRATION OF IDAHO’S INDIGENT DEFENSE DELIVERY SYSTEMS – RULE DEFINITIONS
This rule has been submitted as proposed. Please navigate to the Proposed and Pending Rules page for more information and to make comment. This chapter includes all documents incorporated by reference for all chapters, as well as definitions for all chapters.
Negotiating Meetings for Rules to be Promulgated this year:
Several meetings were held across the State in May and June 2017. Summary of the comments made during those meetings are available from the PDC and will be made available online soon. Public hearings for additional comment will be held across the state in October 2017.
Rulemaking record: Comments and resources
Questions regarding the negotiated rulemaking process? See the rulemaking manual published by the Office of Administrative rules.
Pursuant to Section 67-5225, Idaho Code, the PDC maintains a rulemaking record that is available for inspection by the public for at least two (2) yeas after the effective date of the rule. A portion of the rulemaking record for all negotiated rules will be posted on this page. If you’d like to inspect the full rulemaking record for any negotiated rule, please contact our office.
Rulemaking Record for the negotiation of IDAPA 61.01.06, IDAPA 61.01.07 and Standards for Defending Attorneys – 2017 Edition:
Comments collected during the 2017 negotiation process:
Some of the resources used during the creation of the 2017 standards:
Rulemaking Record for the negotiation of IDAPA 61.01.07 and Standards for Defending Attorneys – 2016 Edition:
Some of the resources used during the creation of the aforementioned standards:
State PD Standards – excel spreadsheet comparing state caseload standards
Comments collected during the negotiation process and the Statement from the PDC:
Negotiated Rulemaking Statement: Prepared pursuant to Idaho Code 67-5220(3)(f).