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Download as PDF Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 199 / Thursday, October 15, 2015 / Notices report. The Board will discuss the status of several current CSB investigations, including ExxonMobil Torrance, West Fertilizer, Freedom Industries, DuPont LaPorte, Macondo, and Williams Olefins. The Board will also discuss the agency action plan for FY 15 in addition to the newly confirmed Chairperson’s overview of her first 60 days. An opportunity for public comment will be provided. Additional Information The meeting is free and open to the public. If you require a translator or interpreter, please notify the individual listed below as the ‘‘Contact Person for Further Information,’’ at least three business days prior to the meeting. This meeting will be webcast for those who cannot attend in person. Please visit www.csb.gov for access to the live webcast. The CSB is an independent federal agency charged with investigating accidents and hazards that result, or may result, in the catastrophic release of extremely hazardous substances. The agency’s Board Members are appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate. CSB investigations look into all aspects of chemical accidents and hazards, including physical causes such as equipment failure as well as inadequacies in regulations, industry standards, and safety management systems. Public Comment The time provided for public statements will depend upon the number of people who wish to speak. Speakers should assume that their presentations will be limited to three minutes or less, but commenters may submit written statements for the record. Contact Person for Further Information Shauna Lawhorne, Public Affairs Specialist, public@csb.gov or (202) 384– 2839. Further information about this public meeting can be found on the CSB Web site at: www.csb.gov. Dated: October 9, 2015. Kara Wenzel, Acting General Counsel, Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board. [FR Doc. 2015–26322 Filed 10–13–15; 11:15 am] mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES BILLING CODE 6350–01–P DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request The Department of Commerce will submit to the Office of Management and VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:19 Oct 14, 2015 Jkt 238001 Budget (OMB) for clearance the following proposal for collection of information under the provisions of the Paperwork Reduction Act (44 U.S.C. chapter 35). Agency: U.S. Census Bureau. Title: Redistricting Data Program. OMB Control Number: 0607–XXXX. Form Number(s): N/A. Type of Request: Regular Submission. Number of Respondents: 416. FY 2016: 156. FY 2017: 52. FY 2018: 156. FY 2019: 52. Average Hours per Response: Varies. Average Time per Response Phase 1: Block Boundary Suggestion Project (BBSP) Annotation: 124 hours. BBSP Verification: 62 hours. Average Time per Response Phase 2: Voting District Project (VTDP) Delineation: 248 hours. VTDP Verification: 124 hours. Average Time per Response Phase 4: 115th Congressional Districts (CDs) & State Legislative Districts (SLDs) Collection: 2 hours. 115th CDs & SLDs Verification: 2 hours. 116th CDs & SLDs Collection: 2 hours. 116th CDs & SLDs Verification: 2 hours. Burden Hours: 29,432 (All Phases, All FYs). FY 2016 Burden Hours: 6,656. FY 2017 Burden Hours: 3,224. FY 2018 Burden Hours: 13,104. FY 2019 Burden Hours: 6,448. Burden Hours Phase 1: BBSP Annotation (FY 2016): 6,448 hours. BBSP Verification (FY 2017): 3,224 hours. Phase 1 Total Burden Hours: 9,672 hours. Burden Hours Phase 2: VTD Delineation (FY 2018): 12,896 hours. VTD Verification (FY 2019): 6,448 hours. Phase 2 Total Burden Hours: 19,344 hours. Burden Hours Phase 4: 115th CDs & SLDs Collection (FY 2016): 104 hours. 115th CDs & SLDs Verification (FY 2016): 104 hours. 116th CDs & SLDs Collection (FY 2018): 104 hours. 116th CDs & SLDs Verification (FY 2018): 104 hours. Phase 4 Total Burden Hours: 416 hours. Needs and Uses: The mission of the Geography Division (GEO) within the U.S. Census Bureau is to plan, coordinate, and administer all geographic and cartographic activities PO 00000 Frm 00004 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 62015 needed to facilitate Census Bureau statistical programs throughout the United States and its territories. GEO manages programs that continuously update features, boundaries, addresses, and geographic entities in the Master Address File/Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing (MAF/TIGER) System. GEO, also, conducts research into geographic concepts, methods, and standards needed to facilitate Census Bureau data collection and dissemination programs. The Census Bureau is requesting a new collection to cover the five phases of the Redistricting Data Program (RDP) that was originally part of the Geographic Partnership Programs (GPPs) generic clearance. The Census Bureau requests a three-year clearance and a project specific OMB Control Number for RDP. GEO is creating a separate clearance for this critical program. A project specific clearance allows the Census Bureau to provide RDP specific materials, burden hours, and procedures. The need to only provide RDP materials ensures the program phases are uninterrupted by other program clearances unrelated to RDP. The RDP specific clearance provides flexibility in the timing, allowing the program to establish the schedule for RDP clearance needs and renewal. Under the provisions of Title 13, Section 141(c) of the United States Code (U.S.C.), the Secretary of Commerce (Secretary) is required to provide the ‘‘officers or public bodies having initial responsibility for the legislative apportionment or districting of each state . . .’’ with the opportunity to specify geographic areas (e.g., voting districts) for which they wish to receive Decennial Census population counts for the purpose of reapportionment or redistricting. By April 1 of the year following the Decennial Census, the Secretary is required to furnish the state officials or their designees with population counts for American Indian areas (AIAs), counties, cities, census blocks, and state-specified congressional, legislative, and voting districts. The Census Bureau has issued an invitation to the officers or public bodies having initial responsibility for legislative reapportionment and redistricting, through the Census Redistricting and Voting Rights Data Office (CRVRDO), inviting states to identify a non-partisan liaison that will work directly with the Census Bureau on the 2020 Census RDP. Since the 1990 Census, participation in the Census RDP BBSP and VTDP, 2020 Census RDP Phases 1 and 2 under E:\FR\FM\15OCN1.SGM 15OCN1 62016 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 199 / Thursday, October 15, 2015 / Notices Title 13, U.S.C., is voluntary on the part of each state. However, if states choose not to participate in Phase 1 and Phase 2, the Census Bureau cannot ensure that the 2020 Decennial Census tabulation geography will support the redistricting needs of their state. The RDP invites respondent participation in the following phases of the program: mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES Phase 1: BBSP The purpose of the BBSP is to afford states the opportunity to identify nonstandard Features often used as electoral boundaries (such as a power line or stream, rather than a street centerline, which might divide voters on different sides of a street into two districts) as Census block boundaries. The BBSP option affords the state liaison the opportunity to provide suggestions for 2020 Census tabulation block boundaries, resulting in more meaningful block data for the state. Liaisons are able to work with local officials including county election officers and others to ensure local geography is represented in the 2020 Census tabulation block inventory. In addition, the liaison, on behalf of the state, will make suggestions for features not desirable as census tabulation blocks. By identifying undesirable features, the liaison may assist the Census Bureau in reducing the overall number of census tabulation blocks from the 2010 inventory. Beginning in late fall of 2015, states that choose to participate in Phase 1 will begin receiving guidelines and training for providing their suggestions for the 2020 Census tabulation blocks, as well as their suggestions for exclusion of line segments, for consideration in the final 2020 Census tabulation block inventory. For the first time, states will have the opportunity to review legal limits, such as county and incorporated place boundaries, as reported through the Boundary and Annexation Survey (BAS). The Census Bureau conducts the BAS annually to update information about the legal boundaries and names of all governmental units. The alignment of the BAS with the BBSP will facilitate the cooperation between state and local government. A verification phase will occur in early 2017. Phase 2: VTDP The VTDP will provide the state liaison, on behalf of the state, to submit the voting Districts (a generic term used to represent areas that administer elections such as precincts, election districts, wards, etc.) to the Census Bureau for representation in the 2020 Census Public Law 94–171 products VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:19 Oct 14, 2015 Jkt 238001 (data and geographic products). Beginning in late 2017, states that choose to participate in VTDP will receive on a flow basis, geographic products that allow them the opportunity to update the Voting Districts (VTDs) for inclusion in the 2020 Census tabulation geography. State liaisons will continue to align their effort with updates from state and local government officials participating in the BAS. The VTD/BAS update and alignment will continue through spring of 2018. A verification phase will occur in early 2019 for states that participated in VTDP. Phase 3: Delivery of the 2020 Decennial Census Redistricting Data By April 1, 2021, the Director of the Census Bureau will, in accordance with Title 13, U.S.C., furnish the Governor and state legislative leaders, both the majority and minority, with 2020 Census population counts for standard census tabulation areas (e.g., state, Congressional district, state legislative district, AIA, county, city, town, census tract, census block group, and census block) regardless of a state’s participation in Phase 1 or 2. The Director of the Census Bureau will provide 2020 Census population counts for those states participating in Phase 2, for both the standard tabulation areas and for VTDs. For each state, this delivery will occur prior to general release and no later than April 1, 2021. Phase 4: Collection of Post-Census Redistricting Data Plans The Census Bureau requests from every state, the newly drawn Legislative and Congressional district plans and prepares appropriate data sets based on new districts. Between the 2010 Census and the 2020 Census, the effort began in 2011 using the 2010 Census as a baseline. Beginning in 2021, the Census Bureau will use the 2020 Census as a baseline. This effort will occur every two years in advance of the next Census in order to update these boundaries with new or changed plans. A verification phase will occur with each update. Phase 5: Review of the 2020 Census RDP and Recommendations for the 2030 Census RDP As the final phase of the 2020 Census RDP, the Census Bureau will work with the states to conduct a thorough review of the RDP. The intent of this review, and the final report that results, is to provide guidance to the Secretary and the Census Bureau Director in planning the 2030 Census RDP. PO 00000 Frm 00005 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Affected Public: All fifty states, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Frequency: Annually. Respondent’s Obligation: Voluntary. Legal Authority: Title 13, U.S.C., Sections 16, 141, and 193. This information collection request may be viewed at www.reginfo.gov. Follow the instructions to view Department of Commerce collections currently under review by OMB. Written comments and recommendations for the proposed information collection should be sent within 30 days of publication of this notice to OIRA_Submission@ omb.eop.gov or fax to (202) 395–5806. Dated: October 8, 2015. Glenna Mickelson, Management Analyst, Office of the Chief Information Officer. [FR Doc. 2015–26127 Filed 10–14–15; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 3510–07–P DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE International Trade Administration [A–122–853] Citric Acid and Certain Citrate Salts From Canada: Final Results of Antidumping Duty Administrative Review; 2013–2014 Enforcement and Compliance, International Trade Administration, Department of Commerce. SUMMARY: On June 8, 2015, the Department of Commerce (the Department) published the preliminary results of the fifth administrative review of the antidumping duty order on citric acid and certain citrate salts (citric acid) from Canada.1 The review covers one producer and exporter of the subject merchandise, Jungbunzlauer Canada Inc. (JBL Canada). Based on our analysis of the comments received, we made changes to our margin calculations. The final weighted-average dumping margin for JBL Canada is listed below in the ‘‘Final Results of the Review’’ section of this notice. AGENCY: DATES: Effective Date: October 15, 2015. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Rebecca Trainor or Kate Johnson, AD/ CVD Operations, Office II, Enforcement and Compliance, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 14th Street and Constitution 1 See Citric Acid and Certain Citrate Salts from Canada: Preliminary Results of Antidumping Duty Administrative Review; 2013–2014, 80 FR 32342 (June 8, 2015) (Preliminary Results). E:\FR\FM\15OCN1.SGM 15OCN1

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE


Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request

    The Department of Commerce will submit to the Office of Management 
and Budget (OMB) for clearance the following proposal for collection of 
information under the provisions of the Paperwork Reduction Act (44 
U.S.C. chapter 35).
    Agency: U.S. Census Bureau.
    Title: Redistricting Data Program.
    OMB Control Number: 0607-XXXX.
    Form Number(s): N/A.
    Type of Request: Regular Submission.
    Number of Respondents: 416.
    FY 2016: 156.
    FY 2017: 52.
    FY 2018: 156.
    FY 2019: 52.
    Average Hours per Response: Varies.
    Average Time per Response Phase 1:
    Block Boundary Suggestion Project (BBSP) Annotation: 124 hours.
    BBSP Verification: 62 hours.
    Average Time per Response Phase 2:
    Voting District Project (VTDP) Delineation: 248 hours.
    VTDP Verification: 124 hours.
    Average Time per Response Phase 4:
    115th Congressional Districts (CDs) & State Legislative Districts 
(SLDs) Collection: 2 hours.
    115th CDs & SLDs Verification: 2 hours.
    116th CDs & SLDs Collection: 2 hours.
    116th CDs & SLDs Verification: 2 hours.
    Burden Hours: 29,432 (All Phases, All FYs).
    FY 2016 Burden Hours: 6,656.
    FY 2017 Burden Hours: 3,224.
    FY 2018 Burden Hours: 13,104.
    FY 2019 Burden Hours: 6,448.
    Burden Hours Phase 1:
    BBSP Annotation (FY 2016): 6,448 hours.
    BBSP Verification (FY 2017): 3,224 hours.
    Phase 1 Total Burden Hours: 9,672 hours.
    Burden Hours Phase 2:
    VTD Delineation (FY 2018): 12,896 hours.
    VTD Verification (FY 2019): 6,448 hours.
    Phase 2 Total Burden Hours: 19,344 hours.
    Burden Hours Phase 4:
    115th CDs & SLDs Collection (FY 2016): 104 hours.
    115th CDs & SLDs Verification (FY 2016): 104 hours.
    116th CDs & SLDs Collection (FY 2018): 104 hours.
    116th CDs & SLDs Verification (FY 2018): 104 hours.
    Phase 4 Total Burden Hours: 416 hours.
    Needs and Uses: The mission of the Geography Division (GEO) within 
the U.S. Census Bureau is to plan, coordinate, and administer all 
geographic and cartographic activities needed to facilitate Census 
Bureau statistical programs throughout the United States and its 
territories. GEO manages programs that continuously update features, 
boundaries, addresses, and geographic entities in the Master Address 
File/Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing (MAF/
TIGER) System. GEO, also, conducts research into geographic concepts, 
methods, and standards needed to facilitate Census Bureau data 
collection and dissemination programs.
    The Census Bureau is requesting a new collection to cover the five 
phases of the Redistricting Data Program (RDP) that was originally part 
of the Geographic Partnership Programs (GPPs) generic clearance. The 
Census Bureau requests a three-year clearance and a project specific 
OMB Control Number for RDP. GEO is creating a separate clearance for 
this critical program. A project specific clearance allows the Census 
Bureau to provide RDP specific materials, burden hours, and procedures. 
The need to only provide RDP materials ensures the program phases are 
uninterrupted by other program clearances unrelated to RDP. The RDP 
specific clearance provides flexibility in the timing, allowing the 
program to establish the schedule for RDP clearance needs and renewal.
    Under the provisions of Title 13, Section 141(c) of the United 
States Code (U.S.C.), the Secretary of Commerce (Secretary) is required 
to provide the ``officers or public bodies having initial 
responsibility for the legislative apportionment or districting of each 
state . . .'' with the opportunity to specify geographic areas (e.g., 
voting districts) for which they wish to receive Decennial Census 
population counts for the purpose of reapportionment or redistricting.
    By April 1 of the year following the Decennial Census, the 
Secretary is required to furnish the state officials or their designees 
with population counts for American Indian areas (AIAs), counties, 
cities, census blocks, and state-specified congressional, legislative, 
and voting districts.
    The Census Bureau has issued an invitation to the officers or 
public bodies having initial responsibility for legislative 
reapportionment and redistricting, through the Census Redistricting and 
Voting Rights Data Office (CRVRDO), inviting states to identify a non-
partisan liaison that will work directly with the Census Bureau on the 
2020 Census RDP.
    Since the 1990 Census, participation in the Census RDP BBSP and 
VTDP, 2020 Census RDP Phases 1 and 2 under

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Title 13, U.S.C., is voluntary on the part of each state. However, if 
states choose not to participate in Phase 1 and Phase 2, the Census 
Bureau cannot ensure that the 2020 Decennial Census tabulation 
geography will support the redistricting needs of their state.
    The RDP invites respondent participation in the following phases of 
the program:

Phase 1: BBSP

    The purpose of the BBSP is to afford states the opportunity to 
identify non-standard Features often used as electoral boundaries (such 
as a power line or stream, rather than a street centerline, which might 
divide voters on different sides of a street into two districts) as 
Census block boundaries. The BBSP option affords the state liaison the 
opportunity to provide suggestions for 2020 Census tabulation block 
boundaries, resulting in more meaningful block data for the state. 
Liaisons are able to work with local officials including county 
election officers and others to ensure local geography is represented 
in the 2020 Census tabulation block inventory. In addition, the 
liaison, on behalf of the state, will make suggestions for features not 
desirable as census tabulation blocks. By identifying undesirable 
features, the liaison may assist the Census Bureau in reducing the 
overall number of census tabulation blocks from the 2010 inventory. 
Beginning in late fall of 2015, states that choose to participate in 
Phase 1 will begin receiving guidelines and training for providing 
their suggestions for the 2020 Census tabulation blocks, as well as 
their suggestions for exclusion of line segments, for consideration in 
the final 2020 Census tabulation block inventory. For the first time, 
states will have the opportunity to review legal limits, such as county 
and incorporated place boundaries, as reported through the Boundary and 
Annexation Survey (BAS). The Census Bureau conducts the BAS annually to 
update information about the legal boundaries and names of all 
governmental units. The alignment of the BAS with the BBSP will 
facilitate the cooperation between state and local government. A 
verification phase will occur in early 2017.

Phase 2: VTDP

    The VTDP will provide the state liaison, on behalf of the state, to 
submit the voting Districts (a generic term used to represent areas 
that administer elections such as precincts, election districts, wards, 
etc.) to the Census Bureau for representation in the 2020 Census Public 
Law 94-171 products (data and geographic products). Beginning in late 
2017, states that choose to participate in VTDP will receive on a flow 
basis, geographic products that allow them the opportunity to update 
the Voting Districts (VTDs) for inclusion in the 2020 Census tabulation 
geography. State liaisons will continue to align their effort with 
updates from state and local government officials participating in the 
BAS. The VTD/BAS update and alignment will continue through spring of 
2018. A verification phase will occur in early 2019 for states that 
participated in VTDP.

Phase 3: Delivery of the 2020 Decennial Census Redistricting Data

    By April 1, 2021, the Director of the Census Bureau will, in 
accordance with Title 13, U.S.C., furnish the Governor and state 
legislative leaders, both the majority and minority, with 2020 Census 
population counts for standard census tabulation areas (e.g., state, 
Congressional district, state legislative district, AIA, county, city, 
town, census tract, census block group, and census block) regardless of 
a state's participation in Phase 1 or 2. The Director of the Census 
Bureau will provide 2020 Census population counts for those states 
participating in Phase 2, for both the standard tabulation areas and 
for VTDs. For each state, this delivery will occur prior to general 
release and no later than April 1, 2021.

Phase 4: Collection of Post-Census Redistricting Data Plans

    The Census Bureau requests from every state, the newly drawn 
Legislative and Congressional district plans and prepares appropriate 
data sets based on new districts. Between the 2010 Census and the 2020 
Census, the effort began in 2011 using the 2010 Census as a baseline. 
Beginning in 2021, the Census Bureau will use the 2020 Census as a 
baseline. This effort will occur every two years in advance of the next 
Census in order to update these boundaries with new or changed plans. A 
verification phase will occur with each update.

Phase 5: Review of the 2020 Census RDP and Recommendations for the 2030 
Census RDP

    As the final phase of the 2020 Census RDP, the Census Bureau will 
work with the states to conduct a thorough review of the RDP. The 
intent of this review, and the final report that results, is to provide 
guidance to the Secretary and the Census Bureau Director in planning 
the 2030 Census RDP.
    Affected Public: All fifty states, the District of Columbia, and 
the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
    Frequency: Annually.
    Respondent's Obligation: Voluntary.
    Legal Authority: Title 13, U.S.C., Sections 16, 141, and 193.
    This information collection request may be viewed at 
www.reginfo.gov. Follow the instructions to view Department of Commerce 
collections currently under review by OMB.
    Written comments and recommendations for the proposed information 
collection should be sent within 30 days of publication of this notice 
to OIRA_Submission@omb.eop.gov or fax to (202) 395-5806.

    Dated: October 8, 2015.
Glenna Mickelson,
Management Analyst, Office of the Chief Information Officer.
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