From a reader about a curious discrepancy on the site of the USCCB about the General Instruction/Institution of the Roman Missal.
On the USCCB site for the new edition of the GIRM  (HERE) there is a link to Derogations on the bottom of the page, which thus makes it seem current. Here’s the paragraphs from that page:
“While the preponderance of these norms are derived from the Institutio Generalis Missalis Romani, editio typica tertia, they depart from the practice of the Roman Missal in a limited number of instances in regard to extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion. Such ministers are permitted, when pastoral need dictates, to assist with the distribution of the consecrated species to ancillary vessels, to consume what remains of the Precious Blood after the distribution of Holy Communion and to purify sacred vessels. In the view of the Committee on the Liturgy, [There’s a clue. It is now the Committee on Divine Worship.] this is in keeping with pastoral need and practice of the dioceses of the United States of America. [But not any more.]
Upon approval of these norms by two-thirds of the Latin members of the NCCB [There’s another clue that this is out of date.] they would be submitted to the Holy See for confirmation. The Committee on the Liturgy proposes them for consideration by the NCCB as particular law for the dioceses of the United States of America.” [Something seems amiss.]
My correspondent continues:
The reference to the NCCB, instead of the USCCB, makes it unclear whether or not this is current. The reference to the ”Roman Missal” instead of ‘Sacramentary’ makes it seem current. Do you think this is actually going to be proposed again, or is it perhaps something old posted on a new page to make it look like it is still an open issue, or neither?
Gosh. That is way above my pay grade. It strikes me that someone was drifting when the webpages were updated. But I suspect that someone in the USCCB’s liturgy office will straighten this all out soon.