Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation; Imposition of Nonproliferation Measures Against Foreign Persons, Including a Ban on U.S. Government Procurement., 20158-20159 [E7-7660]

Download as PDF 20158 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 77 / Monday, April 23, 2007 / Notices Application for Wife’s or Husband’s Insurance Benefits (SSA–2) SSA uses the information collected on Form SSA–2 to determine if an applicant (including a divorced applicant) can be entitled to benefits as the spouse of the worker and the amount of the spouse’s benefits. The respondents are applicants for wife’s or husband’s benefits, including those who are divorced. Approximately 700,000 respondents complete the SSA–2 annually. Of this total 95% (665,000) are completed through MCS and 50% of the MCS respondents will use Signature Proxy (332,500). The breakdown is displayed on the following chart: Number of respondents Collection method Estimated completion time (minutes) Burden hours MCS ............................................................................................................................................. MCS/Signature Proxy .................................................................................................................. Paper ........................................................................................................................................... 332,500 332,500 35,000 15 14 15 83,125 77,583 8,750 Totals .................................................................................................................................... 700,000 ........................ 169,458 Application for Disability Insurance Benefits (SSA–16) Form SSA–16–F6 obtains the information necessary to determine whether the provisions of the Act have been satisfied with respect to an applicant for disability benefits, and detects whether the applicant has dependents who would qualify for benefits on his or her earnings record. The information collected on form SSA– 16 helps to determine eligibility for Social Security disability benefits. The respondents are applicants for Social Security disability benefits. Approximately 1,513,677 respondents complete the SSA–16 annually. Of this total 97% (1,468,267) are completed through SSA’s Modernized Claims System (MCS) and 50% of the MCS respondents will use Signature Proxy (734,133.5). The breakdown is displayed on the following chart: Number of respondents Collection method Estimated completion time (minutes) Burden hours MCS ............................................................................................................................................. MCS/Signature Proxy .................................................................................................................. Paper ........................................................................................................................................... 734,134 734,133 45,410 20 19 20 244,711 232,476 15,137 Totals .................................................................................................................................... 1,513,677 ........................ 492,324 Dated: April 17, 2007. Elizabeth A. Davidson, Reports Clearance Officer, Social Security Administration. [FR Doc. E7–7649 Filed 4–20–07; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4191–02–P DEPARTMENT OF STATE [Public Notice 5781] Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation; Imposition of Nonproliferation Measures Against Foreign Persons, Including a Ban on U.S. Government Procurement. Department of State. Notice. AGENCY: jlentini on PROD1PC65 with NOTICES ACTION: SUMMARY: A determination has been made that fourteen foreign persons have engaged in activities that warrant the imposition of measures pursuant to Section 3 of the Iran and Syria Nonproliferation Act, which provides for penalties on foreign persons (including individuals, nongovernmental entities and organizations, governments and VerDate Aug<31>2005 19:17 Apr 20, 2007 Jkt 211001 government entities) for the transfer to or acquisition from Iran since January 1, 1999 or the transfer to or acquisition from Syria since January 1, 2005, of equipment and technology controlled under multilateral export control lists (Missile Technology Control Regime, Australia Group, Chemical Weapons Convention, Nuclear Suppliers Group, Wassenaar Arrangement) or otherwise having the potential to make a material contribution to the development of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) or cruise or ballistic missile systems. The latter category includes (a) items of the same kind as those on multilateral lists, but falling below the control list parameters, when it is determined that such items have the potential of making a material contribution to WMD or cruise or ballistic missile systems, (b) other items with the potential of making such a material contribution, when added through case-by-case decisions, and (c) items on U.S. national control lists for WMD/missile reasons that are not on multilateral lists. EFFECTIVE DATE: PO 00000 Frm 00054 April 17, 2007. Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 On general issues: Pamela K. Durham, Office of Missile Threat Reduction, Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, Department of State (202–647–4931). On U.S. Government procurement ban issues: Gladys Gines, Office of the Procurement Executive, Department of State (703–516–1691). SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Pursuant to Sections 2 and 3 of the Iran and Syria Nonproliferation Act (Pub. L. 109–112), the U.S. Government determined on April 10, 2007 that the measures authorized in Section 3 of the Act shall apply to the following foreign persons identified in the report submitted pursuant to Section 2(a) of the Act: China National Precision Machinery Import/Export Corporation (CPMIEC) (China) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof; Shanghai Non-Ferrous Metals Pudong Development Trade Co. Ltd. (China) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof; Zibo Chemet Equipment Company (China) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof; FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: E:\FR\FM\23APN1.SGM 23APN1 jlentini on PROD1PC65 with NOTICES Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 77 / Monday, April 23, 2007 / Notices Defense Industries Organization (DIO) (Iran) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof; Hizballah and any successor, subunit, or subsidiary thereof; Sokkia Singapore PTE Ltd. (Singapore) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof; Army Supply Bureau (Syria) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof; Syrian Air Force (Syria) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof; Syrian Navy (Syria) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof; Industrial Establishment of Defense (Syria) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof; Challenger Corporation (Malaysia) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof; Target Airfreight (Malaysia) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof; Aerospace Logistics Services (Mexico) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof; and Arif Durrani (Pakistan); Accordingly, pursuant to the provisions of the Act, the following measures are imposed on these persons: 1. No department or agency of the United States Government may procure, or enter into any contract for the procurement of, any goods, technology, or services from these foreign persons; 2. No department or agency of the United States Government may provide any assistance to the foreign persons, and these persons shall not be eligible to participate in any assistance program of the United States Government; 3. No United States Government sales to the foreign persons of any item on the United States Munitions List (as in effect on August 8, 1995) are permitted, and all sales to these persons of any defense articles, defense services, or design and construction services under the Arms Export Control Act are terminated; and, 4. No new individual licenses shall be granted for the transfer to these foreign persons of items the export of which is controlled under the Export Administration Act of 1979 or the Export Administration Regulations, and any existing such licenses are suspended. These measures shall be implemented by the responsible departments and agencies of the United States Government and will remain in place for two years from the effective date, except to the extent that the Secretary of State may subsequently determine otherwise. A new determination will be VerDate Aug<31>2005 19:17 Apr 20, 2007 Jkt 211001 made in the event that circumstances change in such a manner as to warrant a change in the duration of sanctions. Dated: April 17, 2007. Patricia A. McNerney, Acting Assistant Secretary of State for International Security and Nonproliferation, Department of State. [FR Doc. E7–7660 Filed 4–20–07; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4710–25–P DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Aviation Administration Noise Exposure Map Notice; Receipt of Noise Compatibility Program and Request for Review; HartsfieldJackson Atlanta International Airport, Atlanta, GA Federal Aviation Administration, DOT. SUMMARY: The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announces its determination that the Noise Exposure Maps submitted by the City of Atlanta for Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport under the provisions of 49 U.S.C. 47501 et. seq. (Aviation Safety and Noise Abatement Act) and 14 CFR part 150 are in compliance with applicable requirements. The FAA also announces that it is reviewing a proposed Noise Compatibility Program that was submitted for Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport under Part 150 in conjunction with the Noise Exposure Map, and that this program will be approved or disapproved on or before October 7, 2007. DATES: Effective Date: The effective date of the FAA’s determination on the Noise Exposure Maps and of the start of its review of the associated Noise Compatibility program is April 10, 2007. The public comment period ends June 11, 2007. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bonnie Baskin, Federal Aviation Administration, Atlanta Airports District Office, 1701 Columbia Avenue, Campus Building, Suite 2–260, College Park, Georgia 30337, 404–305–7152. Comments on the proposed Noise Compatibility Program should also be submitted to the above office. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: This Notice announces that the FAA finds that the Noise Exposure Maps submitted for Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport are in compliance with applicable requirements of Part 150, effective April 10, 2007. Further, FAA is reviewing a proposed Noise Compatibility Program for that Airport AGENCY: PO 00000 Frm 00055 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 20159 which will be approved or disapproved on or before October 7, 2007. This notice also announces the availability of this Program for public review and comment. Under 49 U.S.C., Section 47503 of the Aviation Safety and Noise Abatement Act, (the Act), and airport operator may submit to the FAA Noise Exposure Maps which meet applicable regulations and which depict non-compatible land uses as of the date of submission of such maps, a description of projected aircraft operations, and the ways in which such operations will affect such maps. The Act requires such maps to be developed in consultation with interested and affected parties in the local community, government agencies, and persons using the airport. An airport operator who has submitted Noise Exposure Maps that are found by FAA to be in compliance with the requirements of Part 150, promulgated pursuant to the Act, may submit a Noise Compatibility Program for FAA approval which sets forth the measures the operator has taken or proposes to take to reduce existing noncompatible uses and prevent the introduction of additional noncompatible uses. The City of Atlanta submitted to the FAA on March 29, 2007 Noise Exposure Maps, descriptions and other documentation that were produced during the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport FAR Part 150 Study Noise Exposure Maps Report conducted between October 9, 2006 and April 6, 2007. It was requested that the FAA review this material as the Noise Exposure Maps, as described in Section 47503 of the Act, and that the noise mitigation measures, to be implemented jointly by the airport and surrounding communities, be approved as a Noise Compatibility Program under Section 47504 of the Act. The FAA has completed its review of the Noise Exposure Maps and related descriptions submitted by the City of Atlanta. The specific documentation determined to constitute the Noise Exposure Maps includes: Map A—Noise Exposure Map: 2007; Map B—Noise Exposure Map: 2012; Table 3.1, Average Daily Operations—2007; Table 3.2, Aircraft Fleet Mix—2007; Table 3.3, Percent Runway Utilization by Time of Day7—2007; Table 3.4, Departure Headings—2007; Figure 3–2, NOMS Data—East Flow Tracks; Figure 3–3, NOMS Data—West Flow Tracks; Figure 3–4, 2007 East Flow Corridors; Figure 3–5, 2007 West Flow Corridors; Table 3.5, Departure Stage Length: Air Carrier Aircraft—2007; Table 3.6, Nighttime Operations—2007; Table 3.8, Noise E:\FR\FM\23APN1.SGM 23APN1

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[Federal Register Volume 72, Number 77 (Monday, April 23, 2007)]
[Notices]
[Pages 20158-20159]
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[FR Doc No: E7-7660]


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DEPARTMENT OF STATE

[Public Notice 5781]


 Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation; 
Imposition of Nonproliferation Measures Against Foreign Persons, 
Including a Ban on U.S. Government Procurement.

AGENCY: Department of State.

ACTION: Notice.

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SUMMARY: A determination has been made that fourteen foreign persons 
have engaged in activities that warrant the imposition of measures 
pursuant to Section 3 of the Iran and Syria Nonproliferation Act, which 
provides for penalties on foreign persons (including individuals, 
nongovernmental entities and organizations, governments and government 
entities) for the transfer to or acquisition from Iran since January 1, 
1999 or the transfer to or acquisition from Syria since January 1, 
2005, of equipment and technology controlled under multilateral export 
control lists (Missile Technology Control Regime, Australia Group, 
Chemical Weapons Convention, Nuclear Suppliers Group, Wassenaar 
Arrangement) or otherwise having the potential to make a material 
contribution to the development of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) or 
cruise or ballistic missile systems. The latter category includes (a) 
items of the same kind as those on multilateral lists, but falling 
below the control list parameters, when it is determined that such 
items have the potential of making a material contribution to WMD or 
cruise or ballistic missile systems, (b) other items with the potential 
of making such a material contribution, when added through case-by-case 
decisions, and (c) items on U.S. national control lists for WMD/missile 
reasons that are not on multilateral lists.

EFFECTIVE DATE: April 17, 2007.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: On general issues: Pamela K. Durham, 
Office of Missile Threat Reduction, Bureau of International Security 
and Nonproliferation, Department of State (202-647-4931). On U.S. 
Government procurement ban issues: Gladys Gines, Office of the 
Procurement Executive, Department of State (703-516-1691).

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Pursuant to Sections 2 and 3 of the Iran and 
Syria Nonproliferation Act (Pub. L. 109-112), the U.S. Government 
determined on April 10, 2007 that the measures authorized in Section 3 
of the Act shall apply to the following foreign persons identified in 
the report submitted pursuant to Section 2(a) of the Act:
    China National Precision Machinery Import/Export Corporation 
(CPMIEC) (China) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof;
    Shanghai Non-Ferrous Metals Pudong Development Trade Co. Ltd. 
(China) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof;
    Zibo Chemet Equipment Company (China) and any successor, sub-unit, 
or subsidiary thereof;

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    Defense Industries Organization (DIO) (Iran) and any successor, 
sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof;
    Hizballah and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary thereof;
    Sokkia Singapore PTE Ltd. (Singapore) and any successor, sub-unit, 
or subsidiary thereof;
    Army Supply Bureau (Syria) and any successor, sub-unit, or 
subsidiary thereof;
    Syrian Air Force (Syria) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary 
thereof;
    Syrian Navy (Syria) and any successor, sub-unit, or subsidiary 
thereof;
    Industrial Establishment of Defense (Syria) and any successor, sub-
unit, or subsidiary thereof;
    Challenger Corporation (Malaysia) and any successor, sub-unit, or 
subsidiary thereof;
    Target Airfreight (Malaysia) and any successor, sub-unit, or 
subsidiary thereof;
    Aerospace Logistics Services (Mexico) and any successor, sub-unit, 
or subsidiary thereof; and
    Arif Durrani (Pakistan);
    Accordingly, pursuant to the provisions of the Act, the following 
measures are imposed on these persons:
    1. No department or agency of the United States Government may 
procure, or enter into any contract for the procurement of, any goods, 
technology, or services from these foreign persons;
    2. No department or agency of the United States Government may 
provide any assistance to the foreign persons, and these persons shall 
not be eligible to participate in any assistance program of the United 
States Government;
    3. No United States Government sales to the foreign persons of any 
item on the United States Munitions List (as in effect on August 8, 
1995) are permitted, and all sales to these persons of any defense 
articles, defense services, or design and construction services under 
the Arms Export Control Act are terminated; and,
    4. No new individual licenses shall be granted for the transfer to 
these foreign persons of items the export of which is controlled under 
the Export Administration Act of 1979 or the Export Administration 
Regulations, and any existing such licenses are suspended.
    These measures shall be implemented by the responsible departments 
and agencies of the United States Government and will remain in place 
for two years from the effective date, except to the extent that the 
Secretary of State may subsequently determine otherwise. A new 
determination will be made in the event that circumstances change in 
such a manner as to warrant a change in the duration of sanctions.

    Dated: April 17, 2007.
Patricia A. McNerney,
Acting Assistant Secretary of State for International Security and 
Nonproliferation, Department of State.
[FR Doc. E7-7660 Filed 4-20-07; 8:45 am]
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