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TTB NEWSLETTER | Weekly News
May 15, 2015
IN THIS ISSUE
Greetings! We hope you had a gratifying and brilliant week! This week's top stories include an announcement about our updated Permits Online user guide, information about how TTB’s laws are regulations are made and updated, plus a list of the past week's top Permits Online pages at TTB.gov/.
WHAT'S POPULAR ON TTB.gov/
Top Permits Online Pages for May 4-10, 2015
ABOUT THE NEWSLETTER
The TTB Newsletter compiles the top TTB news of the week and other helpful information about the Bureau and the federal alcohol and tobacco laws and regulations we enforce.
Please send any questions or comments to the Executive Liaison for Industry and State Matters at Industry-StateLiaison@ttb.gov/.
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UPDATED PERMITS ONLINE USER GUIDE PUBLISHED
Permits Online is our free, secure, web-based system that allows the public to apply for a permit, notification, or notice needed to start a TTB-regulated business, and for current industry members to amend existing approvals.
We just published a revised edition of the Permits Online User Guide which now includes even more tips and useful information to help people navigate through the TTB business application process. Inside the guide you’ll find detailed information about applying for each type of permit, notification, or notice that TTB administers, as well as information about what to expect during the application process.
You asked and we listened!
One of the comments we heard frequently from people who use Permits Online was that they wished they could preview the information TTB requires from applicants before beginning the application process. In this edition of the guide we added an entire section with pictures of the actual screens applicants will see, so they’ll have the chance to review the entire application before actually beginning the application process.
More information on getting started in a TTB-regulated business:
HOW LAWS AND REGULATIONS ARE MADE
Laws and regulations constitute the legal foundation for our mission to collect the revenue and protect the public. Congress passes laws that govern the activities and programs of federal agencies such as TTB. These laws also often authorize federal agencies to issue regulations to implement the agency's statutory activities and programs.
Please visit the homepage of TTB.gov/ for the most recent news, or visit the Contact Us page if you have any questions.