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Download as PDF 34170 Federal Register / Vol. 71, No. 113 / Tuesday, June 13, 2006 / Notices jlentini on PROD1PC65 with NOTICES shall review this information and determine when testing is required to provide additional information in assuring compliance with the Conditions. EnergySolutions shall retain this information as required by the State of Utah to permit independent review. At Receipt EnergySolutions shall require generators of SNM waste to provide a written certification with each waste manifest that states that the SNM concentrations reported on the manifest do not exceed the limits in Condition 1, that the measurement uncertainty does not exceed the uncertainty value in Condition 1, and that the waste meets Conditions 2 through 4. 7. Sampling and radiological testing of waste containing SNM must be performed in accordance with the following: One sample for each of the first ten shipments of a waste stream; or one sample for each of the first 100 cubic yards of waste up to 1,000 cubic yards of a waste stream, and one sample for each additional 500 cubic yards of waste following the first ten shipments or following the first 1,000 cubic yards of a waste stream. Sampling and radiological testing of debris waste containing SNM (that is exempted from sampling by the State of Utah) can be eliminated if the SNM concentration is lower than one tenth of the limits in Condition 1. EnergySolutions shall verify the percent enrichment by appropriate analytical methods. The percent enrichment determination shall be made by taking into account the most conservative values based on the measurement uncertainties for the analytical methods chosen. 8. EnergySolutions shall notify the NRC, Region IV office within 24 hours if any of the above conditions are not met, including if a batch during a treatment process exceeds the SNM concentrations of Condition 1. A written notification of the event must be provided within 7 days. 9. EnergySolutions shall obtain NRC approval prior to changing any activities associated with the above conditions. Based on the staff’s evaluation, the Commission has determined, pursuant to 10 CFR 70.17(a), that the exemption of above activities at the EnergySolutions disposal facility is authorized by law, and will not endanger life or property or the common defense and security and is otherwise in the public interest. Accordingly, by this Order, the Commission grants an exemption subject to the stated conditions. The exemption will become effective after the State of Utah has incorporated the above conditions into VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:34 Jun 12, 2006 Jkt 208001 EnergySolutions’ radioactive materials license. In addition, at that time, the Order published on August 1, 2005 will no longer be effective. Pursuant to the requirements in 10 CFR part 51, the Commission has determined that an Environmental Assessment is not required as the proposed action (change in company name) is administrative and therefore falls within the categorical exclusion provisions of 10 CFR 51.22(c)(11). IV. Availability of Documents Documents related to this action, including the application for amendment and supporting documentation, will be available electronically at the NRC’s Electronic Reading Room at http://www.NRC.gov/ reading-rm/adams.html. From this site, you can access the NRC’s Agencywide Document Access and Management System (ADAMS), which provides text and image files of NRC’s public documents. The ADAMS accession number for the document related to this notice is: EnergySolutions’ March 3, 2006 request (ML060740549). If you do not have access to ADAMS or if there are problems in accessing the documents located in ADAMS, contact the NRC’s Public Document Room (PDR) Reference staff at 1–800–397–4209, 301– 415–4737, or by e-mail to pdr@nrc.gov. These documents may also be viewed electronically on the public computers located at the NRC’s PDR, O 1 F21, One White Flint North, 11555 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD 20852. The PDR reproduction contractor will copy documents for a fee. Dated at Rockville, Maryland this 30th day of May, 2006. For the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Jack R. Strosnider, Director, Office of Nuclear Material Safety and Safeguards. [FR Doc. E6–9247 Filed 6–12–06; 8:45 am] Safety and Licensing Board is being established to preside over the following proceeding: Entergy Nuclear Operations, Inc. (Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station). A Licensing Board is being established pursuant to a March 21, 2006 notice of opportunity for hearing (71 FR 6101 (March 27, 2006)) to consider the respective May 25 and May 26, 2006 requests of Pilgrim Watch and the Massachusetts Attorney General challenging the January 25, 2006 application for renewal of Operating License No. DPR–35, which authorizes Entergy Nuclear Operations, Inc. (Entergy), to operate the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station at 2028 megawatts (Mwt) thermal. The Entergy Nuclear Operations, Inc. renewal application seeks to extend the current operating license for the facility, which expires on June 8, 2012, for an additional twenty years. The Board is comprised of the following administrative judges: Ann Marshall Young, Chair, Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Panel, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC 20555–0001. Richard F. Cole, Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Panel, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC 20555–0001. Nicholas G. Trikouros, Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Panel, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC 20555–0001. All correspondence, documents, and other materials shall be filed with the administrative judges in accordance with 10 CFR 2.302. Issued at Rockville, Maryland, this 7th day of June 2006. G. Paul Bollwerk, III, Chief Administrative Judge, Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Panel. [FR Doc. E6–9180 Filed 6–12–06; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 7590–01–P BILLING CODE 7590–01–P SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION [Docket No. 50–293–LR; ASLBP No. 06– 848–02–LR] Entergy Nuclear Operations, Inc.; Establishment of Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Pursuant to delegation by the Commission dated December 29, 1972, published in the Federal Register, 37 FR 28,710 (1972), and the Commission’s regulations, see 10 CFR 2.104, 2.300, 2.303, 2.309, 2.311, 2.318, and 2.321, notice is hereby given that an Atomic PO 00000 Frm 00119 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request Upon Written Request, Copies Available From: Securities and Exchange Commission, Office of Filings and Information Services, Washington, DC 20549. Extension: Regulation S–P; OMB Control No. 3235– 0537; and SEC File No. 270–480. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.), the Securities E:\FR\FM\13JNN1.SGM 13JNN1 jlentini on PROD1PC65 with NOTICES Federal Register / Vol. 71, No. 113 / Tuesday, June 13, 2006 / Notices and Exchange Commission (‘‘Commission’’) has submitted to the Office of Management and Budget (‘‘OMB’’) requests for extension of the previously approved collection of information discussed below. • Regulation S–P—Privacy of Consumer Financial Information. The Commission adopted Regulation S–P (17 CFR part 248) under the authority set forth in section 504 of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (15 U.S.C. 6804), sections 17 and 23 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15 U.S.C. 78q, 78w), sections 31 and 38 of the Investment Company Act of 1940 (15 U.S.C. 80a–30(a), 80a–37), and sections 204 and 211 of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 (15 U.S.C. 80b–4, 80b–11). Regulation S–P implements the requirements of Title V of the GrammLeach-Bliley Act (‘‘Act’’), which include the requirement that at the time of establishing a customer relationship with a consumer and not less than annually during the continuation of such relationship, a financial institution shall provide a clear and conspicuous disclosure to such consumer of such financial institution’s policies and practices with respect to disclosing nonpublic personal information to affiliates and nonaffiliated third parties (‘‘privacy notice’’). Title V of the Act also provides that, unless an exception applies, a financial institution may not disclose nonpublic personal information of a consumer to a nonaffiliated third party unless the financial institution clearly and conspicuously discloses to the consumer that such information may be disclosed to such third party; the consumer is given the opportunity, before the time that such information is initially disclosed, to direct that such information not be disclosed to such third party; and the consumer is given an explanation of how the consumer can exercise that nondisclosure option (‘‘opt out notice’’). The privacy notices required by the Act are mandatory. The opt out notices are not mandatory for financial institutions that do not share nonpublic personal information with nonaffiliated third parties except as permitted under an exception to the statute’s opt out provisions. Regulation S–P implements the statute’s requirements with respect to brokerdealers, investment companies, and registered investment advisers (‘‘covered entities’’). The Act and Regulation S–P also contain consumer reporting requirements. In order for consumers to opt out, they must respond to opt out notices. At any time during their continued relationship, consumers have the right to change or update their opt out status. Most VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:34 Jun 12, 2006 Jkt 208001 covered entities do not share nonpublic personal information with nonaffiliated third parties and therefore are not required to provide opt out notices to consumers under Regulation S–P. Therefore, few consumers are required to respond to opt out notices under the rule. Currently, there are approximately 20,434 covered entities (approximately 6,280 registered broker-dealers, 4,939 investment companies, and, out of a total of 10,210 registered investment advisers, 9,215 registered investment advisers that are not also registered broker-dealers) that must prepare or revise the annual and initial privacy notices they provide to their customers. To prepare or revise their privacy notices, each of the approximately 11,219 covered entities that is a brokerdealer or investment company requires an estimated 40 hours at a cost of $2,424 (32 hours of professional time at $70 per hour plus 8 hours of clerical or administrative time at $23 per hour) and each of the approximately 9,215 covered entities that is an investment adviser but not also a broker-dealer requires an estimated 5 hours at a cost of $303 (4 hours of professional time at $70 per hour plus 1 hour of clerical or administrative time at $23 per hour). Thus, the total compliance burden per year is 494,835 hours (40 hours for 11,219 broker-dealers and investment companies, and 5 hours for 9,215 investment advisers that are not also broker-dealers × 11,219 = 448,760, 5 × 9,215 × 46,075, and 448,760 + 46,075 × 494,835), and $29,987,001 ($2,424 × 11,219 = $27,194,856, $303 × 9,215 = $2,792,145, and $27,194,856 + $2,792,145 = $29,987,001). The wage estimates of $70 per hour for professional time and $23 per hour for clerical or administrative time used in the foregoing calculations are based on estimated mean hourly wages of $68.23 for lawyers and $22.56 for all other legal support workers in the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics’ November 2004 National Industry-Specific Occupational Employment and Wage Estimate, NAICS 523100—Securities and Commodity Contracts Intermediation and Brokerage (available online, as of March 2, 2006, at http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/ naics4_523100.htm) adjusted upward for inflation by 2.5% based on the percentage increase in the employment cost indexes for white collar workers and for administrative support, including clerical, workers from December 2004 to December 2005, as reported in the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Employment Cost Index for wages and PO 00000 Frm 00120 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 34171 salaries for private industry workers by industry and occupational group (not seasonally adjusted) (available online, as of March 2, 2006, at http:// www.bls.gov/news.release/eci.t06.htm). Compliance with Regulation S–P is necessary for covered entities to achieve compliance with the consumer financial privacy notice requirements of Title V of the Act. The required consumer notices are not submitted to the Commission. Because the notices do not involve a collection of information by the Commission, Regulation S–P does not involve the collection of confidential information. Regulation S–P does not have a record retention requirement per se, although the notices to consumers it requires are subject to the recordkeeping requirements of Rules 17a–3 and 17a–4. An agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid control number. Comments should be directed to (1) the Desk Officer for the SEC, Desk Officer for the Securities and Exchange Commission, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Office of Management and Budget, Room 10102, New Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20503 or by sending an e-mail to: David_Rostker@omb.eop.gov; and (ii) R. Corey Booth, Director/Chief Information Officer, Securities and Exchange Commission, C/O Shirley Martinson, 6432 General Green Way, Alexandria, Virginia 22312 or send an email to: PRA_Mailbox@sec.gov. Comments must be submitted to OMB within 30 days of this notice. Dated: June 5, 2006. Jill M. Peterson, Assistant Secretary. [FR Doc. E6–9152 Filed 6–12–06; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 8010–01–P SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION [Release No. IC–27389; File No. 812–13274] Pruco Life Insurance Company, et al.; Notice of Application June 6, 2006. AGENCY: Securities and Exchange Commission (‘‘SEC’’ or ‘‘Commission’’). ACTION: Notice of application for an amended order under section 6(c) of the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended (the ‘‘Act’’) granting exemptions from the provisions of sections 2(a)(32), 22(c) and 27(i)(2)(A) of the Act and Rule 22c–1 thereunder. E:\FR\FM\13JNN1.SGM 13JNN1

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SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION


Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request

Upon Written Request, Copies Available From: Securities and Exchange 
Commission, Office of Filings and Information Services, Washington, DC 
20549.

Extension:
    Regulation S-P; OMB Control No. 3235-0537; and SEC File No. 270-
480.

    Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Paperwork Reduction Act 
of 1995 (44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.), the Securities

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and Exchange Commission (``Commission'') has submitted to the Office of 
Management and Budget (``OMB'') requests for extension of the 
previously approved collection of information discussed below.
     Regulation S-P--Privacy of Consumer Financial Information.
    The Commission adopted Regulation S-P (17 CFR part 248) under the 
authority set forth in section 504 of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (15 
U.S.C. 6804), sections 17 and 23 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 
(15 U.S.C. 78q, 78w), sections 31 and 38 of the Investment Company Act 
of 1940 (15 U.S.C. 80a-30(a), 80a-37), and sections 204 and 211 of the 
Investment Advisers Act of 1940 (15 U.S.C. 80b-4, 80b-11). Regulation 
S-P implements the requirements of Title V of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley 
Act (``Act''), which include the requirement that at the time of 
establishing a customer relationship with a consumer and not less than 
annually during the continuation of such relationship, a financial 
institution shall provide a clear and conspicuous disclosure to such 
consumer of such financial institution's policies and practices with 
respect to disclosing nonpublic personal information to affiliates and 
nonaffiliated third parties (``privacy notice''). Title V of the Act 
also provides that, unless an exception applies, a financial 
institution may not disclose nonpublic personal information of a 
consumer to a nonaffiliated third party unless the financial 
institution clearly and conspicuously discloses to the consumer that 
such information may be disclosed to such third party; the consumer is 
given the opportunity, before the time that such information is 
initially disclosed, to direct that such information not be disclosed 
to such third party; and the consumer is given an explanation of how 
the consumer can exercise that nondisclosure option (``opt out 
notice''). The privacy notices required by the Act are mandatory. The 
opt out notices are not mandatory for financial institutions that do 
not share nonpublic personal information with nonaffiliated third 
parties except as permitted under an exception to the statute's opt out 
provisions. Regulation S-P implements the statute's requirements with 
respect to broker-dealers, investment companies, and registered 
investment advisers (``covered entities''). The Act and Regulation S-P 
also contain consumer reporting requirements. In order for consumers to 
opt out, they must respond to opt out notices. At any time during their 
continued relationship, consumers have the right to change or update 
their opt out status. Most covered entities do not share nonpublic 
personal information with nonaffiliated third parties and therefore are 
not required to provide opt out notices to consumers under Regulation 
S-P. Therefore, few consumers are required to respond to opt out 
notices under the rule.
    Currently, there are approximately 20,434 covered entities 
(approximately 6,280 registered broker-dealers, 4,939 investment 
companies, and, out of a total of 10,210 registered investment 
advisers, 9,215 registered investment advisers that are not also 
registered broker-dealers) that must prepare or revise the annual and 
initial privacy notices they provide to their customers. To prepare or 
revise their privacy notices, each of the approximately 11,219 covered 
entities that is a broker-dealer or investment company requires an 
estimated 40 hours at a cost of $2,424 (32 hours of professional time 
at $70 per hour plus 8 hours of clerical or administrative time at $23 
per hour) and each of the approximately 9,215 covered entities that is 
an investment adviser but not also a broker-dealer requires an 
estimated 5 hours at a cost of $303 (4 hours of professional time at 
$70 per hour plus 1 hour of clerical or administrative time at $23 per 
hour). Thus, the total compliance burden per year is 494,835 hours (40 
hours for 11,219 broker-dealers and investment companies, and 5 hours 
for 9,215 investment advisers that are not also broker-dealers x 11,219 
= 448,760, 5 x 9,215 x 46,075, and 448,760 + 46,075 x 494,835), and 
$29,987,001 ($2,424 x 11,219 = $27,194,856, $303 x 9,215 = $2,792,145, 
and $27,194,856 + $2,792,145 = $29,987,001).
    The wage estimates of $70 per hour for professional time and $23 
per hour for clerical or administrative time used in the foregoing 
calculations are based on estimated mean hourly wages of $68.23 for 
lawyers and $22.56 for all other legal support workers in the U.S. 
Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics' November 2004 
National Industry-Specific Occupational Employment and Wage Estimate, 
NAICS 523100--Securities and Commodity Contracts Intermediation and 
Brokerage (available online, as of March 2, 2006, at http://
www.bls.gov/oes/current/naics4_523100.htm) adjusted upward for 
inflation by 2.5% based on the percentage increase in the employment 
cost indexes for white collar workers and for administrative support, 
including clerical, workers from December 2004 to December 2005, as 
reported in the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics' 
Employment Cost Index for wages and salaries for private industry 
workers by industry and occupational group (not seasonally adjusted) 
(available online, as of March 2, 2006, at http://www.bls.gov/
news.release/eci.t06.htm).
    Compliance with Regulation S-P is necessary for covered entities to 
achieve compliance with the consumer financial privacy notice 
requirements of Title V of the Act. The required consumer notices are 
not submitted to the Commission. Because the notices do not involve a 
collection of information by the Commission, Regulation S-P does not 
involve the collection of confidential information. Regulation S-P does 
not have a record retention requirement per se, although the notices to 
consumers it requires are subject to the recordkeeping requirements of 
Rules 17a-3 and 17a-4. An agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a 
person is not required to respond to, a collection of information 
unless it displays a currently valid control number.
    Comments should be directed to (1) the Desk Officer for the SEC, 
Desk Officer for the Securities and Exchange Commission, Office of 
Information and Regulatory Affairs, Office of Management and Budget, 
Room 10102, New Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20503 or by 
sending an e-mail to: David--Rostker@omb.eop.gov; and (ii) R. Corey 
Booth, Director/Chief Information Officer, Securities and Exchange 
Commission, C/O Shirley Martinson, 6432 General Green Way, Alexandria, 
Virginia 22312 or send an e-mail to: PRA--Mailbox@sec.gov. Comments 
must be submitted to OMB within 30 days of this notice.

    Dated: June 5, 2006.
Jill M. Peterson,
Assistant Secretary.
[FR Doc. E6-9152 Filed 6-12-06; 8:45 am]
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