Culturally Significant Objects Imported for Exhibition Determinations: “Sneaky Sea Predator: New Fossil Find From China”, 9694 [05-3802]

Download as PDF 9694 Federal Register / Vol. 70, No. 38 / Monday, February 28, 2005 / Notices that are essential to your further performance of work. (Examples of ‘‘special conditions’’ are given below.) 2. Work Effort of Between 3 and 6 Months: If your work lasted more than 3 months, it must have ended or have been reduced to the non-SGA level within 6 months due to your impairment or to the removal of special conditions (see below) related to your impairment that are essential to your further performance of work and: a. You must have had frequent absences from your work due to your impairment; or b. Your work must have been unsatisfactory due to your impairment; or c. Your work must have been done during a period of temporary remission of your impairment; or d. Your work must have been done under special conditions. (To illustrate how UWA time periods are figured, work from November 5, 2003, through a date no later than February 4, 2004, is for ‘‘3 months or less.’’ Work from November 5, 2003, through at least February 5, 2004, but through a date no later than May 4, 2004, is for ‘‘between 3 and 6 months.’’) 3. Work Effort of Over 6 Months: Your SGA-level work lasting more than 6 months cannot be an UWA regardless of why it ended or was reduced to the nonSGA level. 4. Performance of Work Under Special Conditions: One situation under which your SGA-level work may have ended, or may have been reduced to the nonSGA level, as set out above, is ‘‘the removal of special conditions related to your impairment that are essential to your further performance of work.’’ That is, you may have worked under conditions especially arranged to accommodate your impairment or you may have worked through an unusual job opportunity, such as in a sheltered workshop. Special or unusual conditions may be evidenced in many ways. For example, you: a. May have required and received special assistance from other employees in performing the job; or b. Were allowed to work irregular hours or take frequent rest periods; or c. Were provided special equipment or were assigned work especially suited to your impairment; or d. Were able to work only within a framework of especially arranged circumstances, such as where other persons helped you prepare for or get to and from work; or e. Were permitted to perform at a lower standard of productivity or efficiency than other employees; or VerDate jul<14>2003 16:34 Feb 25, 2005 Jkt 205001 f. Were granted the opportunity to work, despite your medical condition, because of family relationship, past association with the firm, or other altruistic reason. 5. Development of Reasons for Work Discontinuance or Reduction: When we consider why your work effort ended or was reduced to the non-SGA level, we do not rely solely on information from you. Therefore, if we do not already have impartial supporting evidence, we will seek confirmation from your employer. If the information from your employer is inconclusive or is not available, we may seek confirmation of the reason you discontinued or reduced your work with a physician or other medical source. After being apprised of the circumstances, the physician or other medical source could state whether, in his or her opinion or according to the records, your work discontinuance or reduction was due to your impairment. Answers to questions such as the following will help to verify the nature and duration of your work and the reason it ended or was reduced: a. When and why was the SGA-level work interrupted, reduced or stopped? b. If special working conditions (as described in the preceding section) were removed, what were those conditions or concessions? When, how and why were they changed? c. Were there frequent absences from work? Were days and hours of work irregular and, if so, why? d. Was job performance unsatisfactory because of the impairment? e. Did the employer reduce your duties, responsibilities or earnings because of your impairment? f. When your work effort ended, was the continuity of employment broken? Did the employer grant sick leave or hold the position open for your return? g. If you were self-employed, what has happened to the business since the discontinuance or reduction of your work? If the business continued in operation, who managed and worked in it and what income will you receive from it? Effective Date: The policy explained herein is effective as of the date of publication of this SSR. Cross-References: Program Operations Manual System, Part 4, sections DI 11010.210–11010.220 and DI 24005.001. Social Security Rulings 83–33 and 83– 34. [FR Doc. 05–3828 Filed 2–25–05; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4191–02–P PO 00000 Frm 00087 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 DEPARTMENT OF STATE [Public Notice 5005] Culturally Significant Objects Imported for Exhibition Determinations: ‘‘Sneaky Sea Predator: New Fossil Find From China’’ Department of State. Notice. AGENCY: ACTION: SUMMARY: Notice is hereby given of the following determinations: Pursuant to the authority vested in me by the Act of October 19, 1965 [79 Stat. 985; 22 U.S.C. 2459], Executive Order 12047 of March 27, 1978, the Foreign Affairs Reform and Restructuring Act of 1998 [112 Stat. 2681, et seq.; 22 U.S.C. 6501 note, et seq.], Delegation of Authority No. 234 of October 1, 1999 [64 FR 56014], Delegation of Authority No. 236 of October 19, 1999 [64 FR 57920], as amended, and Delegation of Authority No. 257 of April 15, 2003 [68 FR 19875], I hereby determine that the object to be included in the exhibition, ‘‘Sneaky Sea Predator: New Fossil Find from China,’’ imported from abroad for temporary exhibition within the United States, is of cultural significance. The object is imported pursuant to a loan agreement with the foreign lender. I also determine that the exhibition or display of the exhibit object at the Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois, from on or about March 18, 2005, to on or about May 30, 2005, and at possible additional venues yet to be determined, is in the national interest. Public Notice of these determinations is ordered to be published in the Federal Register. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For further information, contact Paul W. Manning, Attorney-Adviser, Office of the Legal Adviser, (202) 453–8052, and the address is United States Department of State, SA–44, Room 700, 301 4th Street, SW., Washington, DC 20547– 0001. Dated: February 18, 2005. C. Miller Crouch, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Educational and Cultural Affairs, Department of State. [FR Doc. 05–3802 Filed 2–25–05; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4710–08–P TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY Meeting of the Regional Resource Stewardship Council Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). ACTION: Notice of meeting. AGENCY: E:\FR\FM\28FEN1.SGM 28FEN1

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DEPARTMENT OF STATE

[Public Notice 5005]


Culturally Significant Objects Imported for Exhibition 
Determinations: ``Sneaky Sea Predator: New Fossil Find From China''

AGENCY: Department of State.

ACTION: Notice.

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SUMMARY: Notice is hereby given of the following determinations: 
Pursuant to the authority vested in me by the Act of October 19, 1965 
[79 Stat. 985; 22 U.S.C. 2459], Executive Order 12047 of March 27, 
1978, the Foreign Affairs Reform and Restructuring Act of 1998 [112 
Stat. 2681, et seq.; 22 U.S.C. 6501 note, et seq.], Delegation of 
Authority No. 234 of October 1, 1999 [64 FR 56014], Delegation of 
Authority No. 236 of October 19, 1999 [64 FR 57920], as amended, and 
Delegation of Authority No. 257 of April 15, 2003 [68 FR 19875], I 
hereby determine that the object to be included in the exhibition, 
``Sneaky Sea Predator: New Fossil Find from China,'' imported from 
abroad for temporary exhibition within the United States, is of 
cultural significance. The object is imported pursuant to a loan 
agreement with the foreign lender. I also determine that the exhibition 
or display of the exhibit object at the Field Museum, Chicago, 
Illinois, from on or about March 18, 2005, to on or about May 30, 2005, 
and at possible additional venues yet to be determined, is in the 
national interest. Public Notice of these determinations is ordered to 
be published in the Federal Register.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For further information, contact Paul 
W. Manning, Attorney-Adviser, Office of the Legal Adviser, (202) 453-
8052, and the address is United States Department of State, SA-44, Room 
700, 301 4th Street, SW., Washington, DC 20547-0001.

    Dated: February 18, 2005.
C. Miller Crouch,
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Educational and Cultural 
Affairs, Department of State.
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