Proposed Routine Use; Request for Public Comment, 44878-44880 [E7-15602]

Download as PDF 44878 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 153 / Thursday, August 9, 2007 / Notices Location: Banquet Room A–2, North Augusta Community Center, 495 Brookside Avenue, North Augusta, South Carolina 29861. Time: 5–8 p.m. (EDT). mstockstill on PROD1PC66 with NOTICES 2. Participation Guidelines for Oral Limited Appearance Statements Any person not party to the proceeding has the opportunity, as specified below, to make an oral statement setting forth his or her position on matters of concern relating to this proceeding. These statements will be transcribed and will become part of the record of the proceeding for future reference, and they may ( if focused on the contentions under consideration—assist the Board in formulating questions to ask the parties during oral argument or prompt the parties to address particular matters at the argument or in some other fashion. They do not, however, constitute evidence upon which a decision may be based. Oral limited appearance statements will be entertained during the hours specified above, although a lesser time period may be sufficient to accommodate the speakers who are present. If all scheduled and unscheduled speakers present at a session have made a presentation, the Licensing Board reserves the right to terminate the session before the ending time listed above. In order to accommodate as many speakers as feasible, the time allotted for each statement normally will be no more than three minutes, and speakers should prepare accordingly. That time limit may be altered, depending on the number of written requests that are submitted in accordance with subsection 3 below, and/or the number of persons present at the designated time. The same security guidelines applicable to the oral argument will be applicable to the limited appearance session as well, although limited appearance sessions are not deemed to be ‘‘adjudicatory proceedings’’ within the meaning of those guidelines. 3. Submitting a Request to Make an Oral Limited Appearance Statement Persons wishing to make an oral statement who have submitted a timely written request to do so will be given priority over those who have not filed such a request. In order to be considered timely for priority purposes, a written request to make an oral statement must be mailed, faxed, or sent by e-mail so as to be received at NRC Headquarters by noon, EDT on Friday, August 17, 2007. In light of possible mail delivery delays, persons able to do so may wish to use VerDate Aug<31>2005 18:25 Aug 08, 2007 Jkt 211001 fax or e-mail to assure that their requests are timely received. These written requests to make an oral statement are to be submitted in one of the following fashions: Mail: Office of the Secretary, Rulemakings and Adjudications Staff, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC 20555–0001. Fax: (301) 415–1101 (verification (301) 415–1966). E-mail: hearingdocket@nrc.gov. In addition, using the same method of service, a copy of the request must be sent to the Licensing Board as follows: Mail: MOX Limited Appearance Box, Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Panel, Mail Stop T–3F23, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC 20555–0001. Fax: (301) 415–5599 (verification (301) 415–7550). E-mail: pah@nrc.gov and mxc7@nrc.gov. Phone requests to make limited appearance statements will not be accepted. 4. Submitting Written Limited Appearance Statements A written limited appearance statement (in lieu of or in addition to an oral presentation) may be submitted at any time. Such statements should be sent to the Office of the Secretary using the methods prescribed above, with a copy to the Licensing Board as noted above. * * * * * * * * Documents relating to the MOX facility license application at issue in this proceeding are on file at the Commission’s Public Document Room (PDR), located at One White Flint North, 11555 Rockville Pike (first floor), Rockville, Maryland 20850, and may also be obtained electronically through ADAMS, the Agencywide Documents Access and Management System, accessible through the NRC Web site at http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/ adams.html. Persons who do not have access to ADAMS or who encounter problems in accessing the documents located therein should contact the PDR reference staff by telephone at 800–397– 4209 or 301–415–4737, or by e-mail to pdr@nrc.gov. Any updated/revised scheduling information regarding the oral argument or the limited appearance session can be found on the NRC Web site at http:// www.nrc.gov/public-involve/publicmeetings/index.cfm. For the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board. PO 00000 Frm 00060 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Rockville, Maryland, August 3, 2007. Michael C. Farrar, Chairman, Administrative Judge, Copies of this notice were sent this date by Internet e-mail transmission to (1) Counsel for Applicant Shaw AREVA MOX Services and for the NRC Staff; and (2) each of the individuals who entered an appearance on behalf of Petitioners Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League (BREDL), Nuclear Watch South (NWS), and the Nuclear Information Service (NIRS). llllllllllllllllll l Excerpt from Federal Register notice published on June 12, 2001 (66 FR 31,719): In order to balance the orderly conduct of government business with the right of free speech, the following procedures regarding attendance at NRC public meetings and hearings have been established: Visitors (other than properly identified Congressional, press, and government personnel) may be subject to personnel screening, such as passing through metal detectors and inspecting visitors’ briefcases, packages, etc. Signs, banners, posters and displays will be prohibited from all NRC adjudicatory proceedings (Commission and Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Panel hearings) because they are disruptive to the conduct of the adjudicatory process. 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E7–15557 Filed 8–8–07; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 7590–01–P PEACE CORPS Proposed Routine Use; Request for Public Comment SUMMARY: The Peace Corps proposes to adopt a new routine use that would permit disclosure of Peace Corps records governed by the Privacy Act when reasonably necessary to respond to, prevent, minimize, or remedy, harm that may result from an agency data breach or compromise. E:\FR\FM\09AUN1.SGM 09AUN1 44879 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 153 / Thursday, August 9, 2007 / Notices The deadline for public comments is September 24, 2007. Comments received after that date will be considered at the Peace Corps’ discretion. ADDRESSES: You may submit comments by e-mail to sglasow@peacecorps.gov. Include Privacy Act System of Records Routine Use in the subject line of the message. You may also submit comments by mail to Suzanne Glasow, Office of the General Counsel, Peace Corps, Suite 8200, 1111 20th Street, DATES: NW., Washington, DC 20526. Contact Suzanne Glasow for copies of comments. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Suzanne Glasow, Associate General Counsel, 202–692–2150, sglasow@peacecorps.gov. In accordance with the Privacy Act of 1974, 5 U.S.C. 552a, this document provides public notice that the Peace Corps is proposing to adopt a new SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: ‘‘routine use’’ that will apply to all Peace Corps records systems covered by the Privacy Act of 1974. The Act applies to agency systems of records identified in the list below (including number of system, system name, volume number in the Federal Register, and the date(s) of publication). The new routine use would be added to the list of General Routine Uses, which describes routine uses that apply to all Peace Corps Privacy Act records systems listed below. System name PC–1 .............. PC–2 .............. PC–3 .............. PC–4 .............. PC–5 .............. PC–6 .............. PC–7 .............. PC–8 .............. PC–9 .............. PC–10 ............ PC–11 ............ PC–12 ............ PC–13 ............ PC–14 ............ PC–15 ............ PC–16 ............ PC–17 ............ PC–18 ............ PC–19 ............ PC–20 ............ PC–21 ............ PC–22 ............ PC–23 ............ PC–24 ............ PC–25 ............ PC–26 ............ PC–27 ............ Accounts Receivable (Collection of Debts Claims Records) ......................................................... Congressional Files ........................................................................................................................ Contractors and Consultants Files ................................................................................................. Discrimination Complaint Files ....................................................................................................... Employee Occupational Injury and Illness Reports ....................................................................... Employee Pay and Leave Records ............................................................................................... Peace Corps Volunteers: Reasons for Resignation ...................................................................... Legal Files—Staff, Volunteers and Applicants .............................................................................. Payment Records: Transportation, Travel Authorizations, and Household Storage ..................... Office of Private Sector Cooperation and International Volunteerism Database .......................... Personal Services Contracts .......................................................................................................... Property Records ........................................................................................................................... Personnel Security Records .......................................................................................................... Administrative Grievance Records ................................................................................................. Overseas Executive Selection and Support .................................................................................. Travel Files ..................................................................................................................................... Peace Corps Volunteer Database Management System .............................................................. Former Peace Corps Volunteers and Staff Database ................................................................... Office of Inspector General Investigative Records ........................................................................ Building Management, Parking, and Metro Pool ........................................................................... Crisis Corps Database ................................................................................................................... Financial Management System ...................................................................................................... Health Benefits Program for Peace Corps Volunteers .................................................................. Privacy and Freedom of Information Act Requests ....................................................................... Early Termination and Special Action ............................................................................................ Peace Corps Computer Systems Activity and Access Records ................................................... Antimalaria Tolerance Survey ........................................................................................................ PC–28 ............ PC–29 ............ mstockstill on PROD1PC66 with NOTICES PC system number Applications for Employment ......................................................................................................... World Wise Schools ....................................................................................................................... This new routine use is needed in order to allow for disclosure of records to appropriate persons and entities for purposes of response and remedial efforts in the event of a breach of data contained in the protected systems. This routine use will facilitate an effective response to a confirmed or suspected breach by allowing for disclosure to individuals affected by the breach, in cases, if any, where such disclosure is not otherwise authorized under the Act. This routine use will also authorize disclosures to others who are in a position to assist in response efforts, either by assisting in notification to affected individuals or otherwise playing a role in preventing, minimizing, or remedying harms from the breach. VerDate Aug<31>2005 18:25 Aug 08, 2007 Jkt 211001 Date published The Privacy Act authorizes the agency to adopt routine uses that are consistent with the purpose for which information is collected and subject to that Act. 5 U.S.C. 552a(b)(3); see also 5 U.S.C. 552a(a)(7). The Peace Corps believes that it is consistent with the collection of information pertaining to such individuals to disclose Privacy Act records when, in doing so, it will help prevent, minimize or remedy a data breach or compromise that may affect such individuals. The Peace Corps believes that failure to take reasonable steps to help prevent or minimize the harm that may result from such a breach or compromise would jeopardize, rather than promote, the privacy of such individuals. Accordingly, the Peace Corps concludes that it is authorized under the Privacy Act to adopt a routine PO 00000 Frm 00061 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 01–14–85 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 05–04–07 09–05–00 09–05–00 09–05–00 07–29–02 07–16–04 updated 10–03–05 09–23–05 05–25–07 FR volume number 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 50 65 65 65 65 72 65 65 65 67 69 70 FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR 53772 53772 53772 53772 53772 53772 53772 53772 53772 53772 53772 53772 53772 53772 53772 53772 1950 53772 53772 53772 53772 25343 53772 53772 53772 49048 42784 57630 70 FR 55929 72 FR 29357 use permitting disclosure of Privacy Act records for such purposes. In accordance with the Privacy Act, see 5 U.S.C. 552a(e)(4) and (11), the Peace Corps is publishing notice of this routine use and giving the public a 30day period to comment before adopting it as final. The Peace Corps is also providing at least 40 days advance notice of this proposed system notice amendment to OMB and the Congress, as required by the Act, 5 U.S.C. 552a(r), and OMB Circular A–130, Revised, Appendix I. We note that the text of this routine use is taken from the routine use that has already been published in final form by the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission after public comment. See 72 FR 3410 (Jan. 25, 2007); 72 FR 31835 (June 8, 2007). Similarly, after taking into account E:\FR\FM\09AUN1.SGM 09AUN1 44880 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 153 / Thursday, August 9, 2007 / Notices comments, if any, received by the Peace Corps, the Peace Corps intends to publish its proposed routine use as final after the period for OMB and Congressional review is complete. Accordingly, the Peace Corps hereby proposes to amend General Routine Uses of its Privacy Act system notices, as published at 65 FR 53,772 (September 5, 2000), by adding the following new routine use: 3. August 28, 2007: Prehearing conference (10 a.m.). ADDRESSES: Submit comments electronically via the Commission’s Filing Online system at http:// www.prc.gov. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Stephen L. Sharfman, General Counsel, 202–789–6820 and stephen.sharfman@prc.gov. On July 31, 2007, the Postal Service filed a request seeking a recommended decision approving a change in the Domestic Mail Classification Schedule (DMCS) making Premium Forwarding Service (PFS) permanent.1 The request, which was filed pursuant to chapter 36 of title 39, United States Code, includes five attachments.2 In support of the Request, the Postal Service has filed Direct Testimony of Laraine B. Hope (USPS–T–1), Abdulkadir M. Abdirahman (USPS–T–2) and Gregory Dawson (USPS–T–3). For two years the Postal Service has been offering experimental PFS in accordance with the Commission’s Recommended Decision Approving the Stipulation and Agreement in Docket No. MC2005–1 and the Governor’s Decision of May 10, 2005, approving the recommendation. Based on the results of the experiment, the Postal Service has concluded that PFS is an attractive supplement to pre-existing options for customers who temporarily relocate. Request at 1–2. The Postal Service concurrently filed a conditional motion for waiver of certain filing requirements.3 The Postal Service claims that its submissions comply with the Commission’s filing requirements through incorporation by reference. It also acknowledges that it has supplemented materials developed for this request by incorporating documentation submitted by the Postal Service in the most recently concluded omnibus rate proceeding, Docket No. R2006–1. Accordingly, the Service requests a waiver of certain filing requirements pursuant to 39 CFR 3001.22, 3001.54(r), and 3001.64(h)(3) if SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: * * * * * General Routine Use M: To all appropriate agencies, entities, and persons when (1) The Peace Corps suspects or has confirmed that the security or confidentiality of information in the system of records has been compromised; (2) the Peace Corps has determined that as a result of the suspected or confirmed compromise there is a risk of harm to economic or property interests, identity theft or fraud, or harm to the security or integrity of this system or other systems or programs (whether maintained by the Peace Corps or another agency or entity) that rely upon the compromised information; and (3) the disclosure made to such agencies, entities, and persons is reasonably necessary to assist in connection with the Peace Corps’ efforts to respond to the suspected or confirmed compromise and prevent, minimize, or remedy such harm. Dated: August 3, 2007. Wilbert Bryant, Associate Director—Management. [FR Doc. E7–15602 Filed 8–8–07; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 6015–01–P POSTAL REGULATORY COMMISSION [Docket No. MC2007–3; Order No. 22] Premium Forwarding Service Postal Regulatory Commission. Notice and order. AGENCY: mstockstill on PROD1PC66 with NOTICES ACTION: SUMMARY: This document announces a formal docket to consider changing the status of Premium Forwarding Service (PFS) from experimental to permanent. It describes the Postal Service’s proposal and makes several preliminary administrative decisions. Issuance of this document meets legal publication requirements and informs interested persons about key details, including opportunities for public participation and the decisionmaking timetable. DATES: 1. August 21, 2007: Deadline for intervention. 2. August 22, 2007: Deadline for response to motion for waiver. VerDate Aug<31>2005 18:25 Aug 08, 2007 Jkt 211001 1 Request of the United States Postal Service for a Recommended Decision on Premium Forwarding Service, July 31, 2007 (Request). 2 Attachment A contains the proposed Domestic Mail Classification Schedule language changes; Attachment B sets forth proposed Fee Schedule 937 for PFS; Attachment C is the Compliance Statement composed of responses to the Commission’s filing requirements; Attachment D is an index of testimony; and Attachment E is the certification required by Commission rule 54(p). 3 Statement of the United States Postal Service Concerning Compliance with Filing Requirements and Conditional Motion for Waiver, July 31, 2007 (Motion for Waiver). PO 00000 Frm 00062 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 the Commission finds that materials incorporated from Docket No. R2006–1 are not sufficient. Motion for Waiver at 2–3. The Postal Service also has filed United States Postal Service Request for Establishment of Settlement Procedures, August 2, 2007 (Settlement Request). The Postal Service contends that the testimony of its three witnesses in support of the Settlement Request is straightforward and the proposal to make PFS permanent would not change the terms of the existing service or its prices. Further, it maintains that PFS customer benefits and minor financial impact may increase the likelihood of settlement. Id. at 1. Thus, the Postal Service requests the Commission’s assistance in establishing settlement procedures for this proceeding. Id. at 3. The Request, accompanying testimony and other related material can be accessed electronically, via the Internet, on the Commission’s Web site (http://www.prc.gov). I. Proposed Premium Forwarding Service The Postal Service proposes to make Premium Forwarding Service permanent. PFS is intended for residential customers. When residential customers temporarily relocate to another domestic address this service reships all of their mail once a week. After a customer enrolls in PFS and his or her application is accepted, the Postal Service bundles and reships the mail to a temporary address. The customer’s mail is reshipped via Priority Mail in a Priority Mail package. PFS is available for a period of at least two weeks and no longer than one year (per application). This service also allows customers to specify whether to include the mail of the entire household or merely an individual addressee. Id. at 2. The Postal Service proposes that the existing application and weekly prices be retained. The fee for mail reshipped by PFS includes a $10.00 enrollment fee for the service and a weekly reshipment fee of $2.85. The customer also will be charged the Priority Mail postage appropriate for a 3-pound parcel to zone 6, currently $9.10. Altogether, customers will pay $11.95 for the weekly reshipment of their mail. The Postal Service asserts that permanent PFS would advance the general policies of the Postal Reorganization Act by reducing the time between entry of mail and recipients’ access to its valuable contents. E:\FR\FM\09AUN1.SGM 09AUN1

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 PEACE CORPS


Proposed Routine Use; Request for Public Comment

SUMMARY: The Peace Corps proposes to adopt a new routine use that would 
permit disclosure of Peace Corps records governed by the Privacy Act 
when reasonably necessary to respond to, prevent, minimize, or remedy, 
harm that may result from an agency data breach or compromise.

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DATES: The deadline for public comments is September 24, 2007. Comments 
received after that date will be considered at the Peace Corps' 
discretion.

ADDRESSES: You may submit comments by e-mail to sglasow@peacecorps.gov. 
Include Privacy Act System of Records Routine Use in the subject line 
of the message. You may also submit comments by mail to Suzanne Glasow, 
Office of the General Counsel, Peace Corps, Suite 8200, 1111 20th 
Street, NW., Washington, DC 20526. Contact Suzanne Glasow for copies of 
comments.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Suzanne Glasow, Associate General 
Counsel, 202-692-2150, sglasow@peacecorps.gov.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: In accordance with the Privacy Act of 1974, 
5 U.S.C. 552a, this document provides public notice that the Peace 
Corps is proposing to adopt a new ``routine use'' that will apply to 
all Peace Corps records systems covered by the Privacy Act of 1974. The 
Act applies to agency systems of records identified in the list below 
(including number of system, system name, volume number in the Federal 
Register, and the date(s) of publication). The new routine use would be 
added to the list of General Routine Uses, which describes routine uses 
that apply to all Peace Corps Privacy Act records systems listed below.

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    PC system number                       System name                    Date published     FR volume number
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PC-1...................  Accounts Receivable (Collection of Debts Claims        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
                          Records).
PC-2...................  Congressional Files............................        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-3...................  Contractors and Consultants Files..............        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-4...................  Discrimination Complaint Files.................        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-5...................  Employee Occupational Injury and Illness               09-05-00  65 FR 53772
                          Reports.
PC-6...................  Employee Pay and Leave Records.................        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-7...................  Peace Corps Volunteers: Reasons for Resignation        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-8...................  Legal Files--Staff, Volunteers and Applicants..        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-9...................  Payment Records: Transportation, Travel                09-05-00  65 FR 53772
                          Authorizations, and Household Storage.
PC-10..................  Office of Private Sector Cooperation and               09-05-00  65 FR 53772
                          International Volunteerism Database.
PC-11..................  Personal Services Contracts....................        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-12..................  Property Records...............................        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-13..................  Personnel Security Records.....................        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-14..................  Administrative Grievance Records...............        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-15..................  Overseas Executive Selection and Support.......        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-16..................  Travel Files...................................        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-17..................  Peace Corps Volunteer Database Management              01-14-85  50 FR 1950
                          System.
PC-18..................  Former Peace Corps Volunteers and Staff                09-05-00  65 FR 53772
                          Database.
PC-19..................  Office of Inspector General Investigative              09-05-00  65 FR 53772
                          Records.
PC-20..................  Building Management, Parking, and Metro Pool...        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-21..................  Crisis Corps Database..........................        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-22..................  Financial Management System....................        05-04-07  72 FR 25343
PC-23..................  Health Benefits Program for Peace Corps                09-05-00  65 FR 53772
                          Volunteers.
PC-24..................  Privacy and Freedom of Information Act Requests        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-25..................  Early Termination and Special Action...........        09-05-00  65 FR 53772
PC-26..................  Peace Corps Computer Systems Activity and              07-29-02  67 FR 49048
                          Access Records.
PC-27..................  Antimalaria Tolerance Survey...................        07-16-04  69 FR 42784
                                                                                 updated  70 FR 57630
                                                                                10-03-05
PC-28..................  Applications for Employment....................        09-23-05  70 FR 55929
PC-29..................  World Wise Schools.............................        05-25-07  72 FR 29357
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    This new routine use is needed in order to allow for disclosure of 
records to appropriate persons and entities for purposes of response 
and remedial efforts in the event of a breach of data contained in the 
protected systems. This routine use will facilitate an effective 
response to a confirmed or suspected breach by allowing for disclosure 
to individuals affected by the breach, in cases, if any, where such 
disclosure is not otherwise authorized under the Act. This routine use 
will also authorize disclosures to others who are in a position to 
assist in response efforts, either by assisting in notification to 
affected individuals or otherwise playing a role in preventing, 
minimizing, or remedying harms from the breach.
    The Privacy Act authorizes the agency to adopt routine uses that 
are consistent with the purpose for which information is collected and 
subject to that Act. 5 U.S.C. 552a(b)(3); see also 5 U.S.C. 552a(a)(7). 
The Peace Corps believes that it is consistent with the collection of 
information pertaining to such individuals to disclose Privacy Act 
records when, in doing so, it will help prevent, minimize or remedy a 
data breach or compromise that may affect such individuals. The Peace 
Corps believes that failure to take reasonable steps to help prevent or 
minimize the harm that may result from such a breach or compromise 
would jeopardize, rather than promote, the privacy of such individuals. 
Accordingly, the Peace Corps concludes that it is authorized under the 
Privacy Act to adopt a routine use permitting disclosure of Privacy Act 
records for such purposes.
    In accordance with the Privacy Act, see 5 U.S.C. 552a(e)(4) and 
(11), the Peace Corps is publishing notice of this routine use and 
giving the public a 30-day period to comment before adopting it as 
final. The Peace Corps is also providing at least 40 days advance 
notice of this proposed system notice amendment to OMB and the 
Congress, as required by the Act, 5 U.S.C. 552a(r), and OMB Circular A-
130, Revised, Appendix I. We note that the text of this routine use is 
taken from the routine use that has already been published in final 
form by the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission 
after public comment. See 72 FR 3410 (Jan. 25, 2007); 72 FR 31835 (June 
8, 2007). Similarly, after taking into account

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comments, if any, received by the Peace Corps, the Peace Corps intends 
to publish its proposed routine use as final after the period for OMB 
and Congressional review is complete.
    Accordingly, the Peace Corps hereby proposes to amend General 
Routine Uses of its Privacy Act system notices, as published at 65 FR 
53,772 (September 5, 2000), by adding the following new routine use:

* * * * *
    General Routine Use M: To all appropriate agencies, entities, and 
persons when (1) The Peace Corps suspects or has confirmed that the 
security or confidentiality of information in the system of records has 
been compromised; (2) the Peace Corps has determined that as a result 
of the suspected or confirmed compromise there is a risk of harm to 
economic or property interests, identity theft or fraud, or harm to the 
security or integrity of this system or other systems or programs 
(whether maintained by the Peace Corps or another agency or entity) 
that rely upon the compromised information; and (3) the disclosure made 
to such agencies, entities, and persons is reasonably necessary to 
assist in connection with the Peace Corps' efforts to respond to the 
suspected or confirmed compromise and prevent, minimize, or remedy such 
harm.

    Dated: August 3, 2007.
Wilbert Bryant,
Associate Director--Management.
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