The OIRA Draft 2009 Report to Congress on the Benefits and Costs of Federal Regulations is available here. According to the summary provided in the Federal Register Notice of Availability and Request for Comments (which is also available on that same website), the draft report is divided into four chapters. Chapter I examines the benefits and costs of major federal regulations issued in fiscal year 2008 and summarizes the benefits and costs of major regulations issued between September 1998 and 2008. It also discusses regulatory impacts on state, local, and tribal governments, small business, wages, and economic growth. Chapter II examines trends in regulation since OMB began to compile benefit and cost estimates records in 1981. Chapter III provides an update on implementation of the Information Quality Act. Chapter IV summarizes agency compliance with the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act.