Direct Bureaus to use "grant stamp" to approve unopposed, noncontroversial requests.
Approving an unopposed, noncontroverial request within existing precedent (such as for a waiver or extension) by stamping it "granted" with a signature by an authorized official saves staff time in drafting orders. Some Bureaus vary even by division in the use of this technique.
J Nakahata commented
To be clear, I am not saying that anything unopposed should be granted. But if staff determines that something should be granted, if it is unopposed and, in their view, non-controversial and within existing precedent, it can be granted with a grant stamp rather than writing a full order. The purpose is not to avoid thoughtful consideration, just writing a full order in cases in which that is not necessary and will just create additional work and delay.