Announcement of Requirements and Registration for “Be Heads Up About Concussion Safety” Poster Design Contest, 32253-32255 [2013-12682]

Download as PDF 32253 Federal Register / Vol. 78, No. 103 / Wednesday, May 29, 2013 / Notices definition of the class of employees being proposed to be considered for addition to the Cohort; (c) determine whether there is justification to require HHS to evaluate whether or not to designate the proposed class as an addition to the Cohort (such an evaluation involves potentially extensive data collection, analysis, and related deliberations by NIOSH, the Board, and HHS); and, (d) target an evaluation by HHS to examine relevant potential limitations of radiation NIOSH estimates that the time to prepare and submit such a challenge is 45 minutes. Because of the uniqueness of this submission, NIOSH is not providing a form. The submission will typically be in the form of a letter to the Secretary. There are no costs to respondents unless a respondent/petitioner chooses to purchase the services of an expert in dose reconstruction, an option provided for under the rule. The total estimated burden hours are 51. monitoring and/or dosimetry-relevant records and to examine the potential for related radiation exposures that might have endangered the health of members of the class. Finally, under the rule, petitioners may contest the proposed decision of the Secretary to add or deny adding classes of employees to the cohort by submitting evidence that the proposed decision relies on a record of either factual or procedural errors in the implementation of these procedures. ESTIMATE OF ANNUALIZED BURDEN HOURS No. of responses per respondent No. of respondents Avg. burden per response (in hrs.) Type of respondents Form Name Petitioners ................................................................................ Form A 42 CFR 83.9 ............. Form B 42 CFR 83.9 ............. 42 CFR 83.9 .......................... 5 8 1 1 1 1 3/60 5 6 42 CFR 83.18 ........................ 4 1 45/60 Authorization Form 42 CFR 83.7. 5 1 3/60 Petitioners using a submission format other than Form B (as permitted by rule). Petitioners Appealing final HHS decision (no specific form is required). Claimant authorizing a party to submit petition on his/her behalf. Ron A. Otten, Director, Office of Scientific Integrity, Office of the Associate Director for Science, Office of the Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. [FR Doc. 2013–12612 Filed 5–28–13; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4163–18–P DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Announcement of Requirements and Registration for ‘‘Be Heads Up About Concussion Safety’’ Poster Design Contest Authority: 15 U.S.C. 3719. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Award Approving Official: Thomas R. Frieden, MD, MPH, Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Administrator, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. ACTION: Notice. AGENCY: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) located within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) launches the ‘‘Be Heads Up About Concussion Safety’’ poster design contest for children and adolescents ages 5 to 18. HHS/CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) asks tkelley on DSK3SPTVN1PROD with NOTICES SUMMARY: VerDate Mar<15>2010 18:07 May 28, 2013 Jkt 229001 children and adolescents to be creative and send in posters they create by taking concussion safety key messages created by CDC (listed below), or creating their own message(s) on concussion safety, and using them to design a poster. Children and adolescents can draw, paint, or use a computer to design a poster. The poster should be designed to help make aware and educate other children and adolescents about how to spot a concussion or other serious brain injury, what to do if someone may have a concussion or other serious brain injury, and how to help keep safe from these injuries at school, home, or play. Children and adolescents can create their own concussion safety messages or use one or more of the CDC key messages listed below in their poster: • Be Heads Up about concussion. Learn more at www.cdc.gov/Concussion. • Be Heads Up about concussion at school, home, and play. Learn more at www.cdc.gov/Concussion. • We can all play a role in concussion safety. Learn more at www.cdc.gov/ Concussion. • Be Heads Up! All concussions are serious. Learn more at www.cdc.gov/ Concussion. • Get a Heads Up! Learn what to do if you think you have a concussion at www.cdc.gov/Concussion. • Getting back in the game with a concussion is a bad call. It could take you out of the game of life, for good. Learn more at www.cdc.gov/Concussion. PO 00000 Frm 00028 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 • All concussions are serious. It’s better to miss one game than the whole season. Learn more at www.cdc.gov/ Concussion. • Be Heads Up! If you think you have a concussion: don’t hide, report it. Take time to recover. Learn more at www.cdc.gov/Concussion. This contest is necessary to make children and adolescents aware that there are things they can do to help prevent concussions and other serious brain injuries. We expect the contest will inspire children and adolescents to educate other people and raise awareness of concussion safety in elementary, middle, and high schools in their communities. By showcasing the winning posters in each category of submission ((1) Ages 5–8; (2) Ages 9–12; (3) Ages 13–15; (4) Ages 16–18), we will help children and adolescents reach others with important messaging about concussions and other serious brain injuries. How To Enter: • Sign up for a Challenge.gov account and become a follower of the ‘‘Be Heads Up About Concussion Safety’’ Poster Design Contest at www.beheadsup.challenge.gov. • Review the rules and guidelines of this contest listed below or at www.beheadsup.challenge.gov. • Contestants must send in original artwork by email or mail. To send in the poster by email, please send the poster in the form of a photograph, PDF or scanned copy to: E:\FR\FM\29MYN1.SGM 29MYN1 tkelley on DSK3SPTVN1PROD with NOTICES 32254 Federal Register / Vol. 78, No. 103 / Wednesday, May 29, 2013 / Notices DUIPinquiries@cdc.gov. Please use subject line: Heads Up Poster Design Contest. Contestants can also send in posters by mail on a 22″ by 28″ poster board to: Heads Up Poster Design Contest, 4770 Buford Hwy. NE., Mail Stop F–62, Atlanta, GA 30341. • Contestants must include the following information with their poster entry: Æ Name(s) of the contestant(s) Æ Age category (Ages 5–8; Ages 9–12; Ages 13–15; Ages 16–18.) • Posters entered into the contest will not be returned to contestants. • You can use graphic design and other creative methods (including, but not limited to paint, pencil, colored pencils, or crayon) to design your poster. • All posters must be in English. DATES: Contestants can send in posters on June 12, 2013 to January 31, 2014. Judging will take place between February 1–28, 2014, and winners will be notified and prizes awarded by March 19, 2014. Contest Prizes: We will choose one winner in each category: ((1) Ages 5–8; (2) Ages 9–12; (3) Ages 13–15; (4) Ages 16–18). The winner in each category will get one prize of $250.00. We will pay $250.00 to winners by electronic funds transfer. Winners may need to pay Federal income taxes on any prize money. HHS will follow Internal Revenue Service withholding and reporting requirements. How Winners Will Be Selected: An informed panel of HHS/CDC/NCIPC program staff and external injury and violence professionals who meet the requirements of the America COMPETES Act will judge the poster entries. We will name the judges after the contest begins. The judging panel will use these criteria to choose the winners: (1) Creativity/Innovation: We will judge poster designs on creative and innovative presentation of how to prevent concussions at school, home, or play and how to identify and what to do if a concussion happens. (2) Use of Concussion Safety Message(s): We will judge the poster on the accuracy of the concussion safety message(s) included, as well as how well the poster design uses the message(s) to educate others about concussion safety. (3) Depiction of a Positive Message: We will judge posters on how well the designs show how to prevent concussions at school, home, or play and how to identify and what to do if a concussion happens. Your poster must not show acts of violence, profane VerDate Mar<15>2010 18:07 May 28, 2013 Jkt 229001 language, inappropriate content, or personal or professional attacks. (4) We will only accept original graphic design and other creative methods (including, but not limited to paint, pencil, colored pencils, or crayon). You must send in your poster in one of the following ways: a. by email, in the form of a photograph, PDF or scanned copy to: DUIPInquiries@cdc.gov. Please use subject line Heads Up Poster Design Contest. b. by mail on a 22″ by 28″ poster board to: Heads Up Poster Design Contest, 4770 Buford Hwy. NE., MS F– 62, Atlanta, GA 30341. Contest Rules and Guidelines Subject of Contest Competition: Your entry for the ‘‘Be Heads Up About Concussion Safety’’ poster design contest should show your ideas about how to make people aware of concussions and ways to prevent concussions while at school, home or play. Eligibility Rules for Participating in the Competition: The contest is open to any contestant, who is an individual or permanent resident of the United States between 5 and 18 years of age. Contestants between 5 and 12 years of age are eligible with the permission of a parent/guardian. (Please note help from a parent/guardian is limited to the online registration process and submission of entries. All submissions must include original artwork created solely by children and adolescents.) Contestants may work as teams and enter more than one poster in the contest. We will place teams in the age category based on the oldest team member’s age (for example, a team of 11, 12 and 13-year-olds will compete in the Ages 13–15 category). To have a chance to win a prize in this contest you must— (1) Register for the contest at www.beheadsup.challenge.gov and follow HHS/CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control rules; (2) Meet all of the requirements in this section; (3) Enter the contest as an individual or as a team in which you or all members of the team are citizen(s) or permanent resident(s) of the United States; and (4) You cannot enter the contest if you are an employee (or contractor) of the HHS/CDC/NCIPC, a contest judge, or in any way involved with the design, production, execution, or distribution of the contest or their immediate family (spouse, parents or step-parents, siblings and step-siblings, and children and step-children). PO 00000 Frm 00029 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 You won’t be disqualified from the contest if you use Federal facilities or talk with Federal employees during the contest if the facilities and employees are available equally to all individuals and entities participating in the contest. By participating in this contest, contestants agree to assume any and all risks and waive claims against the Federal Government and its related entities, except in the case of willful misconduct, for any injury, death, damage, or loss of property, revenue, or profits, whether direct, indirect, or consequential, arising from participation in this prize contest, whether the injury, death, damage, or loss arises through negligence or otherwise. By participating in this contest, contestants agree to indemnify the Federal Government against third party claims for damages arising from or related to contest activities. Registration Process for Participants: You may register for the ‘‘Be Heads Up About Concussion Safety’’ contest at: www.beheadsup.challenge.gov. Before you enter a poster in the contest you must follow the rules at Challenge.gov before the deadline of July 28, 2013. Additional Information: More information on concussion can be found at www.cdc.gov/Concussion. Regarding Copyright/Intellectual Property: When you send in your poster entry you promise you are the person who made the poster and you own the content presented in the poster. You also promise that you didn’t use any copyrighted material or affect the rights of any third party that you know of. Submission Rights: Once you send in your poster, you give HHS/CDC permission to post, link to, share, and publically display your poster. You can’t take this permission back or ask us for money to use the poster. You can give other people permission to use your poster too. You keep all other intellectual property rights of your poster. Compliance with Rules and Contacting Contest Winners: If you are a finalist or the contest winner, you must meet all terms and conditions of these Official Rules. You can be named a winner only if you meet all the requirements. We will contact finalists using the contact information provided (by email, telephone, or mail after the date of the judging). You may need to pay Federal income taxes on any prize money. The Department of Health and Human Services will follow the Internal Revenue Service withholding and reporting requirements. Privacy: If you provide personal information to use when you register for the contest at the Challenge.gov Web E:\FR\FM\29MYN1.SGM 29MYN1 Federal Register / Vol. 78, No. 103 / Wednesday, May 29, 2013 / Notices site, we will use that information to contact you about your poster entry, announcement of entrants, finalists, and winners of the contest. We do not use the information for commercial marketing. If you are a contest winner, you can tell other people you won this contest. General Conditions: HHS/CDC can cancel, suspend, or change the contest, or any part of it, for any reason. Authority: 15 U.S.C. 3719. Dated: May 21, 2013. Tanja Popovic, Deputy Associate Director for Science, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. [FR Doc. 2013–12682 Filed 5–28–13; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4163–18–P DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services [CMS–9951–N] HHS-Operated Risk Adjustment Data Validation Stakeholder Meeting Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), HHS. ACTION: Notice. AGENCY: This notice announces a public meeting on the Affordable Care Act HHS-operated risk adjustment data validation process. The purpose of this public meeting is to provide opportunity to discuss the HHS risk adjustment data validation process that will be conducted when HHS operates the risk adjustment program on behalf of a state under the Affordable Care Act. The meeting will provide information to stakeholders including, but not limited to, issuers, states, and other interested parties about key HHS policy considerations pertaining to the HHSoperated risk adjustment data validation process and will also provide an opportunity for participants to ask clarifying questions. The stakeholder meeting is being offered as both an inperson meeting and web conference for those unable to attend in person. The comments and information that we obtain through this meeting may aid future policy-making for the HHSoperated risk adjustment data validation process. DATES: Meeting Date: The HHSOperated Risk Adjustment Data Validation Stakeholder Meeting will take place on: Tuesday, June 25, 2013, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., eastern daylight time (e.d.t.). tkelley on DSK3SPTVN1PROD with NOTICES SUMMARY: VerDate Mar<15>2010 18:07 May 28, 2013 Jkt 229001 Meeting Location: The public meeting will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room of the central building of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), 7500 Security Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21244. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: REGTAP Registrar at 1–800–257–9520 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., e.d.t. Please note that this office is closed on weekends and federal holidays. Please send inquiries about the logistics of the meeting to registrar@REGTAP.info. Inquiries and comments pertaining to content covered during the meeting should be submitted in REGTAP using ‘‘My Dashboard’’ to select ‘‘Submit an Inquiry,’’ then select ‘‘Risk Adjustment Data Validation Stakeholder Meeting’’ to enter the question or comment. Users may submit their comments and upload attachments as needed. Users will receive an acknowledgement that the comment was received. Press inquiries are handled through our press office at (202) 690–6343. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Registration: Registration will be on a first-come, first-serve basis, limited to one participant per organization for the on-site option and three participants per organization for the web conference. Individuals may only register for either the on-site option or the web conference, not both. If an individual is wait-listed for one option, the registration must be cancelled before attempting to register for the other option. Registration deadlines are as follows: • On-site Participation: Register by June 7, 2013, 5 p.m., e.d.t. • Web Conference Participation: Register by June 19, 2013, 5 p.m., e.d.t. • Special Accommodations: The deadline to request a special accommodation is June 19, 2013, 5 p.m., e.d.t. • Deadline for Attendees that are Foreign Nationals Registration: Attendees that are foreign nationals (as described in section III. of this notice) are required to identify themselves as such, and provide the necessary information for security clearance (as described in section III. of this notice) to registrar@REGTAP.info at least 12 business days in advance of the date of the public meeting date. Therefore, the deadline for attendees that are foreign nationals is June 10, 2013, 5 p.m., e.d.t. Registration Instructions: To register for either in-person or web conference participation, visit the Registration for Technical Assistance Portal at www.REGTAP.info. Individuals must register as a user, if not already ADDRESSES: PO 00000 Frm 00030 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 32255 registered then go to ‘‘My Dashboard’’ and select ‘‘Training Events’’ to register for on-site or web conference. Registrants may only register for either the on-site session at CMS’s headquarters or the web conference. If you are a potential auditor for the Initial Validation Audit process, please select ‘‘Auditor/Initial Validation Auditor’’ for the organization type when registering. I. Background This notice announces a meeting regarding the HHS-operated risk adjustment data validation process. Section 1343 of the Affordable Care Act establishes three programs (transitional reinsurance, temporary risk corridors, and permanent risk adjustment) intended to help stabilize premiums in the insurance market and minimize the potential effects of adverse selection that may occur in the initial operational years of the marketplaces and market reform which will begin with the 2014 benefit year. This meeting focuses on the data validation process for the permanent risk adjustment program when HHS operates a risk adjustment program on behalf of a state (referred to as the HHS-operated risk adjustment program). Health insurance issuers must comply with these risk adjustment data validation requirements in the first year of the program, the 2014 benefit year. On March 11, 2013, we published a final regulation, the HHS Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters for 2014 (also referred to as the 2014 payment notice) (78 FR 15410), that established the regulatory framework for the risk adjustment data validation audit process for the HHS-operated risk adjustment program. Although the overall framework for the six-stage risk adjustment data validation process was described in the 2014 payment notice, the detailed processes for several of these stages have not been specified. We committed to stakeholder engagement in developing the detailed processes. The purpose of this meeting is to provide information to issuers, states, and other interested parties about the HHSoperated risk adjustment data validation process and offer an opportunity for these stakeholders to comment on key elements of the risk adjustment data validation process. II. 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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)


Announcement of Requirements and Registration for ``Be Heads Up 
About Concussion Safety'' Poster Design Contest

    Authority:  15 U.S.C. 3719.
AGENCY: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Department of 
Health and Human Services (HHS).
    Award Approving Official: Thomas R. Frieden, MD, MPH, Director, 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Administrator, Agency 
for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.

ACTION: Notice.

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SUMMARY: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) located 
within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) launches the 
``Be Heads Up About Concussion Safety'' poster design contest for 
children and adolescents ages 5 to 18. HHS/CDC's National Center for 
Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) asks children and adolescents to 
be creative and send in posters they create by taking concussion safety 
key messages created by CDC (listed below), or creating their own 
message(s) on concussion safety, and using them to design a poster. 
Children and adolescents can draw, paint, or use a computer to design a 
poster. The poster should be designed to help make aware and educate 
other children and adolescents about how to spot a concussion or other 
serious brain injury, what to do if someone may have a concussion or 
other serious brain injury, and how to help keep safe from these 
injuries at school, home, or play.
    Children and adolescents can create their own concussion safety 
messages or use one or more of the CDC key messages listed below in 
their poster:
     Be Heads Up about concussion. Learn more at www.cdc.gov/Concussion.
     Be Heads Up about concussion at school, home, and play. 
Learn more at www.cdc.gov/Concussion.
     We can all play a role in concussion safety. Learn more at 
www.cdc.gov/Concussion.
     Be Heads Up! All concussions are serious. Learn more at 
www.cdc.gov/Concussion.
     Get a Heads Up! Learn what to do if you think you have a 
concussion at www.cdc.gov/Concussion.
     Getting back in the game with a concussion is a bad call. 
It could take you out of the game of life, for good. Learn more at 
www.cdc.gov/Concussion.
     All concussions are serious. It's better to miss one game 
than the whole season. Learn more at www.cdc.gov/Concussion.
     Be Heads Up! If you think you have a concussion: don't 
hide, report it. Take time to recover. Learn more at www.cdc.gov/Concussion.
    This contest is necessary to make children and adolescents aware 
that there are things they can do to help prevent concussions and other 
serious brain injuries. We expect the contest will inspire children and 
adolescents to educate other people and raise awareness of concussion 
safety in elementary, middle, and high schools in their communities. By 
showcasing the winning posters in each category of submission ((1) Ages 
5-8; (2) Ages 9-12; (3) Ages 13-15; (4) Ages 16-18), we will help 
children and adolescents reach others with important messaging about 
concussions and other serious brain injuries.
    How To Enter:
     Sign up for a Challenge.gov account and become a follower 
of the ``Be Heads Up About Concussion Safety'' Poster Design Contest at 
www.beheadsup.challenge.gov.
     Review the rules and guidelines of this contest listed 
below or at www.beheadsup.challenge.gov.
     Contestants must send in original artwork by email or 
mail. To send in the poster by email, please send the poster in the 
form of a photograph, PDF or scanned copy to:

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DUIPinquiries@cdc.gov. Please use subject line: Heads Up Poster Design 
Contest. Contestants can also send in posters by mail on a 
22 by 28 poster board to: Heads Up Poster Design 
Contest, 4770 Buford Hwy. NE., Mail Stop F-62, Atlanta, GA 30341.
     Contestants must include the following information with 
their poster entry:
    [cir] Name(s) of the contestant(s)
    [cir] Age category (Ages 5-8; Ages 9-12; Ages 13-15; Ages 16-18.)
     Posters entered into the contest will not be returned to 
contestants.
     You can use graphic design and other creative methods 
(including, but not limited to paint, pencil, colored pencils, or 
crayon) to design your poster.
     All posters must be in English.

DATES: Contestants can send in posters on June 12, 2013 to January 31, 
2014. Judging will take place between February 1-28, 2014, and winners 
will be notified and prizes awarded by March 19, 2014.
    Contest Prizes: We will choose one winner in each category: ((1) 
Ages 5-8; (2) Ages 9-12; (3) Ages 13-15; (4) Ages 16-18). The winner in 
each category will get one prize of $250.00. We will pay $250.00 to 
winners by electronic funds transfer. Winners may need to pay Federal 
income taxes on any prize money. HHS will follow Internal Revenue 
Service withholding and reporting requirements.
    How Winners Will Be Selected: An informed panel of HHS/CDC/NCIPC 
program staff and external injury and violence professionals who meet 
the requirements of the America COMPETES Act will judge the poster 
entries. We will name the judges after the contest begins. The judging 
panel will use these criteria to choose the winners:
    (1) Creativity/Innovation: We will judge poster designs on creative 
and innovative presentation of how to prevent concussions at school, 
home, or play and how to identify and what to do if a concussion 
happens.
    (2) Use of Concussion Safety Message(s): We will judge the poster 
on the accuracy of the concussion safety message(s) included, as well 
as how well the poster design uses the message(s) to educate others 
about concussion safety.
    (3) Depiction of a Positive Message: We will judge posters on how 
well the designs show how to prevent concussions at school, home, or 
play and how to identify and what to do if a concussion happens. Your 
poster must not show acts of violence, profane language, inappropriate 
content, or personal or professional attacks.
    (4) We will only accept original graphic design and other creative 
methods (including, but not limited to paint, pencil, colored pencils, 
or crayon). You must send in your poster in one of the following ways:
    a. by email, in the form of a photograph, PDF or scanned copy to: 
DUIPInquiries@cdc.gov. Please use subject line Heads Up Poster Design 
Contest.
    b. by mail on a 22 by 28 poster board to: 
Heads Up Poster Design Contest, 4770 Buford Hwy. NE., MS F-62, Atlanta, 
GA 30341.

Contest Rules and Guidelines

    Subject of Contest Competition: Your entry for the ``Be Heads Up 
About Concussion Safety'' poster design contest should show your ideas 
about how to make people aware of concussions and ways to prevent 
concussions while at school, home or play.
    Eligibility Rules for Participating in the Competition: The contest 
is open to any contestant, who is an individual or permanent resident 
of the United States between 5 and 18 years of age. Contestants between 
5 and 12 years of age are eligible with the permission of a parent/
guardian. (Please note help from a parent/guardian is limited to the 
online registration process and submission of entries. All submissions 
must include original artwork created solely by children and 
adolescents.) Contestants may work as teams and enter more than one 
poster in the contest. We will place teams in the age category based on 
the oldest team member's age (for example, a team of 11, 12 and 13-
year-olds will compete in the Ages 13-15 category).
    To have a chance to win a prize in this contest you must--
    (1) Register for the contest at www.beheadsup.challenge.gov and 
follow HHS/CDC's National Center for Injury Prevention and Control 
rules;
    (2) Meet all of the requirements in this section;
    (3) Enter the contest as an individual or as a team in which you or 
all members of the team are citizen(s) or permanent resident(s) of the 
United States; and
    (4) You cannot enter the contest if you are an employee (or 
contractor) of the HHS/CDC/NCIPC, a contest judge, or in any way 
involved with the design, production, execution, or distribution of the 
contest or their immediate family (spouse, parents or step-parents, 
siblings and step-siblings, and children and step-children).
    You won't be disqualified from the contest if you use Federal 
facilities or talk with Federal employees during the contest if the 
facilities and employees are available equally to all individuals and 
entities participating in the contest.
    By participating in this contest, contestants agree to assume any 
and all risks and waive claims against the Federal Government and its 
related entities, except in the case of willful misconduct, for any 
injury, death, damage, or loss of property, revenue, or profits, 
whether direct, indirect, or consequential, arising from participation 
in this prize contest, whether the injury, death, damage, or loss 
arises through negligence or otherwise. By participating in this 
contest, contestants agree to indemnify the Federal Government against 
third party claims for damages arising from or related to contest 
activities.
    Registration Process for Participants: You may register for the 
``Be Heads Up About Concussion Safety'' contest at: 
www.beheadsup.challenge.gov. Before you enter a poster in the contest 
you must follow the rules at Challenge.gov before the deadline of July 
28, 2013.
    Additional Information: More information on concussion can be found 
at www.cdc.gov/Concussion.
    Regarding Copyright/Intellectual Property: When you send in your 
poster entry you promise you are the person who made the poster and you 
own the content presented in the poster. You also promise that you 
didn't use any copyrighted material or affect the rights of any third 
party that you know of.
    Submission Rights: Once you send in your poster, you give HHS/CDC 
permission to post, link to, share, and publically display your poster. 
You can't take this permission back or ask us for money to use the 
poster. You can give other people permission to use your poster too. 
You keep all other intellectual property rights of your poster.
    Compliance with Rules and Contacting Contest Winners: If you are a 
finalist or the contest winner, you must meet all terms and conditions 
of these Official Rules. You can be named a winner only if you meet all 
the requirements. We will contact finalists using the contact 
information provided (by email, telephone, or mail after the date of 
the judging). You may need to pay Federal income taxes on any prize 
money. The Department of Health and Human Services will follow the 
Internal Revenue Service withholding and reporting requirements.
    Privacy: If you provide personal information to use when you 
register for the contest at the Challenge.gov Web

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site, we will use that information to contact you about your poster 
entry, announcement of entrants, finalists, and winners of the contest. 
We do not use the information for commercial marketing. If you are a 
contest winner, you can tell other people you won this contest.
    General Conditions: HHS/CDC can cancel, suspend, or change the 
contest, or any part of it, for any reason.

    Authority:  15 U.S.C. 3719.

    Dated: May 21, 2013.
Tanja Popovic,
Deputy Associate Director for Science, Centers for Disease Control and 
Prevention.
[FR Doc. 2013-12682 Filed 5-28-13; 8:45 am]
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