Agency Information Collection Activities: Proposed Request and Comment Request, 81409-81412 [2015-32643]

Download as PDF Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 249 / Tuesday, December 29, 2015 / Notices participant activity in NOM also support price discovery and liquidity provision in the Nasdaq Market Center. Further, the pricing incentives require significant levels of liquidity provision, which benefits all market participants on NOM and the Nasdaq Market Center. C. Self-Regulatory Organization’s Statement on Comments on the Proposed Rule Change Received From Members, Participants, or Others No written comments were either solicited or received. III. 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The Commission will post all comments on the Commission’s Internet Web site (http://www.sec.gov/ rules/sro.shtml). Copies of the submission, all subsequent amendments, all written statements with respect to the proposed rule change that are filed with the Commission, and all written communications relating to the proposed rule change between the Commission and any person, other than those that may be withheld from the public in accordance with the provisions of 5 U.S.C. 552, will be available for Web site viewing and printing in the Commission’s Public Reference Room, 100 F Street NE., Washington, DC 20549 on official business days between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Copies of the filing also will be available for inspection and copying at the principal office of the Exchange. All comments received will be posted without change; the Commission does not edit personal identifying information from submissions. You should submit only information that you wish to make available publicly. All submissions should refer to File Number SR– NASDAQ–2015–153, and should be submitted on or before January 19, 2016. For the Commission, by the Division of Trading and Markets, pursuant to delegated authority.17 Brent J. Fields, Secretary. [FR Doc. 2015–32653 Filed 12–28–15; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 8011–01–P Electronic Comments SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION • Use the Commission’s Internet comment form (http://www.sec.gov/ rules/sro.shtml); or • Send an email to rule-comments@ sec.gov. Please include File Number SR– NASDAQ–2015–153 on the subject line. [Docket No SSA–2015–0076] asabaliauskas on DSK5VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES Paper Comments • Send paper comments in triplicate to Secretary, Securities and Exchange Commission, 100 F Street NE., Washington, DC 20549–1090. All submissions should refer to File Number SR–NASDAQ–2015–153. This file number should be included on the subject line if email is used. To help the Commission process and review your 16 15 U.S.C. 78s(b)(3)(A)(ii). VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:17 Dec 28, 2015 Agency Information Collection Activities: Proposed Request and Comment Request The Social Security Administration (SSA) publishes a list of information collection packages requiring clearance by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) in compliance with Public Law 104–13, the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, effective October 1, 1995. This notice includes revisions of OMB-approved information collections. SSA is soliciting comments on the accuracy of the agency’s burden 17 17 Jkt 238001 PO 00000 CFR 200.30–3(a)(12). Frm 00138 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 81409 estimate; the need for the information; its practical utility; ways to enhance its quality, utility, and clarity; and ways to minimize burden on respondents, including the use of automated collection techniques or other forms of information technology. Mail, email, or fax your comments and recommendations on the information collection(s) to the OMB Desk Officer and SSA Reports Clearance Officer at the following addresses or fax numbers. (OMB) Office of Management and Budget, Attn: Desk Officer for SSA, Fax: 202–395–6974, Email address: OIRA_Submission@ omb.eop.gov. (SSA) Social Security Administration, OLCA, Attn: Reports Clearance Director, 3100 West High Rise, 6401 Security Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21235, Fax: 410–966–2830, Email address: OR.Reports.Clearance@ ssa.gov. Or you may submit your comments online through www.regulations.gov, referencing Docket ID Number [SSA– 2015–0076]. I. The information collection below is pending at SSA. SSA will submit it to OMB within 60 days from the date of this notice. To be sure we consider your comments, we must receive them no later than February 29, 2016. Individuals can obtain copies of the collection instrument by writing to the above email address. Statement for Determining Continuing Eligibility for Supplemental Security Income Payment—20 CFR 416.204— 0960–0145 SSA uses Form SSA–8202–BK to conduct low-and middle-error-profile telephone or face-to-face redetermination interviews with Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients and representative payees. The information SSA collects during the interview is necessary to determine whether SSI recipients met and continue to meet all statutory and regulatory requirements for SSI eligibility, and whether they received, and still receive the correct payment amount. Type of Request: Revision of an OMBapproved information collection. E:\FR\FM\29DEN1.SGM 29DEN1 81410 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 249 / Tuesday, December 29, 2015 / Notices Number of responses Modality of completion Average burden per response (minutes) Frequency of response Estimated total annual burden (hours) SSA–8202–BK ......................................................................... MSSICS ................................................................................... 10,307 2,289,599 1 1 21 20 3,607 763,200 Totals ................................................................................ 2,299,906 .............................. .............................. 766,807 II. SSA submitted the information collection below to OMB for clearance. Your comments regarding the information collection would be most useful if OMB and SSA receive them 30 days from the date of this publication. To be sure we consider your comments, we must receive them no later than January 28, 2016. Individuals can obtain copies of the OMB clearance package by writing to OR.Reports.Clearance@ ssa.gov. asabaliauskas on DSK5VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES Promoting Readiness of Minors in SSI (PROMISE) Evaluation—0960–0799 Background The Promoting Readiness of Minors in SSI (PROMISE) demonstration pursues positive outcomes for children with disabilities who receive SSI and their families by reducing dependency on SSI. The Department of Education (ED) awarded six cooperative agreements to states to improve the provision and coordination of services and support for children with disabilities who receive SSI and their families to achieve improved education and employment outcomes. ED awarded PROMISE funds to five single-state projects, and to one six-state consortium.1 With support from ED, the Department of Labor (DOL), and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), SSA is evaluating the six PROMISE projects. SSA contracted with Mathematica Policy Research to conduct the evaluation. Under PROMISE, targeted outcomes for youth include an enhanced sense of self-determination; achievement of secondary and postsecondary educational credentials; an attainment of early work experiences culminating with competitive employment in an integrated setting; and long-term reduction in reliance on SSI. Outcomes of interest for families include heightened expectations for and support of the long-term self-sufficiency of their youth; parent or guardian attainment of education and training credentials; and increases in earnings and total income. To achieve these outcomes, we expect the PROMISE projects to make better use of existing resources by improving service 1 The six-state consortium project goes by the name Achieving Success by Promoting Readiness VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:17 Dec 28, 2015 Jkt 238001 coordination among multiple state and local agencies and programs. ED, SSA, DOL, and HHS intend the PROMISE projects to address key limitations in the existing service system for youth with disabilities. By intervening early in the lives of these young people, at ages 14–16, the projects engage the youth and their families well before critical decisions regarding the age 18 redetermination are upon them. We expect the required partnerships among the various state and Federal agencies that serve youth with disabilities to result in improved integration of services and fewer dropped handoffs as youth move from one agency to another. By requiring the programs to engage and serve families and provide youth with paid work experiences, the initiative is mandating the adoption of critical best practices in promoting the independence of youth with disabilities. Project Description SSA is requesting clearance for the collection of data needed to implement and evaluate PROMISE. The evaluation provides empirical evidence on the impact of the intervention for youth and their families in several critical areas, including: (1) Improved educational attainment; (2) increased employment skills, experience, and earnings; and (3) long-term reduction in use of public benefits. We base the PROMISE evaluation on a rigorous design that entails the random assignment of approximately 2,000 youth in each of the six projects to treatment or control groups (12,000 total). The PROMISE projects provide enhanced services for youth in the treatment groups; whereas youth in the control groups are eligible only for those services already available in their communities independent of the interventions. The evaluation assesses the effect of PROMISE services on educational attainment, employment, earnings, and reduced receipt of disability payments. The three components of this evaluation include: • The process analysis, which documents program models, assesses the relationships among the partner organizations, documents whether the grantees implemented the programs as planned, identifies features of the programs that may account for their impacts on youth and families, and identifies lessons for future programs with similar objectives. • The impact analysis, which determines whether youth and families in the treatment groups receive more services than their counterparts in the control groups. It also determines whether treatment group members have better results than control group members with respect to the targeted outcomes noted above. • The cost-benefit analysis, which assesses whether the benefits of PROMISE, including increases in employment and reductions in benefit receipt, are large enough to justify its costs. We conduct this assessment from a range of perspectives, including those of the participants, state and Federal governments, SSA, and society as a whole. SSA planned several data collection efforts for the evaluation. These include: (1) Follow-up interviews with youth and their parent or guardian 18 months and 5 years after enrollment; (2) phone and in-person interviews with local program administrators, program supervisors, and service delivery staff at two points in time over the course of the demonstration; (3) two rounds of focus groups with participating youth in the treatment group; (4) two rounds of focus groups with parents or guardians of participating youth; (5) staff activity logs which provide data on aspects of service delivery; and (6) collection of administrative data. At this time, SSA requests clearance for the staff activity logs. SSA will request clearance for the 5-year survey interviews in a future submission. The respondents are the administrative and direct service staff, as well as some subcontractors whose primary roles with their organizations involve PROMISE service delivery. Type of Request: Revision to an OMBapproved information collection. Time Burden on Respondents for Education and Employment (ASPIRE) rather than by PROMISE. PO 00000 Frm 00139 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\29DEN1.SGM 29DEN1 81411 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 249 / Tuesday, December 29, 2015 / Notices 2014—INTERVIEWS AND FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSIONS Number of responses Modality of completion Average burden per response (minutes) Frequency of response Estimated total annual burden (hours) Staff Interviews with Administrators or Directors .................... Staff Interviews with PROMISE Project Staff .......................... Youth Focus Groups—Non-participants .................................. Youth Focus Groups—Participants ......................................... Parents or Guardian Focus Groups—Non-participants .......... Parents or Guardian Focus Groups—Participants .................. 24 48 100 20 100 20 1 1 1 1 1 1 66 66 5 100 5 100 26 53 8 33 8 33 Totals ................................................................................ 312 .............................. .............................. 161 2015—INTERVIEWS AND FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSIONS, AND 18-MONTH SURVEY INTERVIEWS Number of responses Modality of completion Average burden per response (minutes) Frequency of response Estimated total annual burden (hours) Staff Interviews with Administrators or Directors .................... Staff Interviews with PROMISE Project Staff .......................... Youth Focus Groups—Non-participants .................................. Youth Focus Groups—Participants ......................................... Parents or Guardian Focus Groups—Non-participants .......... Parents or Guardian Focus Groups—Participants .................. 18 Month Survey Interviews—Parent ...................................... 18 Month Survey Interviews—Youth ....................................... 51 97 220 60 220 60 850 850 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 66 66 5 100 5 100 41 30 56 107 18 100 18 100 595 425 Totals ................................................................................ 2,408 .............................. .............................. 1,405 2016—INTERVIEWS AND FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSIONS, STAFF ACTIVITY LOGS, AND 18 MONTH SURVEY INTERVIEWS Number of responses Modality of completion Average burden per response (minutes) Frequency of response Estimated total annual burden (hours) Staff Interviews with Administrators or Directors .................... Staff Interviews with PROMISE Project Staff .......................... Activity Logs for Administrators or Directors ........................... Activity Logs for PROMISE Project Staff ................................ Youth Focus Groups—Non-participants .................................. Youth Focus Groups—Participants ......................................... Parents or Guardian Focus Groups—Non-participants .......... Parents or Guardian Focus Groups—Participants .................. 18 Month Survey Interviews—Parent ...................................... 18 Month Survey Interviews—Youth ....................................... 75 145 45 160 320 80 320 80 5,100 5,100 1 1 14 14 1 1 1 1 1 1 66 66 5 5 5 100 5 100 41 30 83 160 52 187 27 133 27 133 3,485 2,550 Totals ................................................................................ 11,425 .............................. .............................. 6,837 2017—18 MONTH SURVEY INTERVIEWS Number of responses Modality of completion Average burden per response (minutes) Frequency of response Estimated total annual burden (hours) 18 Month Survey Interviews—Parent ...................................... 18 Month Survey Interviews—Youth ....................................... 4,250 4,250 1 1 41 30 2,904 2,125 Totals ................................................................................ 8,500 .............................. .............................. 5,029 Frequency of response Average burden per response (minutes) 22,645 .............................. .............................. Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\29DEN1.SGM 29DEN1 asabaliauskas on DSK5VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES GRAND TOTAL Number of responses Modality of completion Grand Total .............................................................................. Cost Burden on Respondents VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:17 Dec 28, 2015 Jkt 238001 PO 00000 Frm 00140 Fmt 4703 Estimated total annual burden (hours) 13,432 81412 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 249 / Tuesday, December 29, 2015 / Notices 2014—ANNUAL COST TO RESPONDENTS Number of respondents Respondent type Average burden per response (minutes) Frequency of response Median hourly wage rate (dollars) Total respondent cost (dollars) Parent or Guardian Focus Group—NonParticipants ......................................... Parent or Guardian Focus Group—Participants .............................................. 100 1 5 7.38 61.00 20 1 100 7.38 246.00 Total ................................................ 120 .............................. .............................. .............................. 307.00 2015—ANNUAL COST TO RESPONDENTS Number of respondents Respondent type Average burden per response (minutes) Frequency of response Median hourly wage rate (dollars) Total respondent cost (dollars) Parent or Guardian Focus Group—NonParticipants ......................................... Parent or Guardian Focus Group—Participants .............................................. 220 1 5 7.38 135.00 60 1 100 7.38 738.00 Total ................................................ 280 .............................. .............................. .............................. 873.00 2016—ANNUAL COST TO RESPONDENTS Number of respondents Respondent type Average burden per response (minutes) Frequency of response Median hourly wage rate (dollars) Total respondent cost (dollars) Parent or Guardian Focus Group—NonParticipants ......................................... Parent or Guardian Focus Group—Participants .............................................. 320 1 5 7.38 196.00 80 1 100 7.38 984.00 Total ................................................ 400 .............................. .............................. .............................. 1,180.00 Frequency of response Average burden per response (minutes) Median hourly wage rate (dollars) .............................. .............................. .............................. GRAND TOTAL Number of respondents Respondent type Grand Total .............................. 800 Dated: December 22, 2015. Naomi R. Sipple, Reports Clearance Officer, Social Security Administration. [FR Doc. 2015–32643 Filed 12–28–15; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4191–02–P DEPARTMENT OF STATE [Public Notice 9394] asabaliauskas on DSK5VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES Notice of Public Meeting The Department of State will conduct an open meeting at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, January 25, 2016, at the headquarters of the Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services (RTCM) in Suite 605, 1611 N. Kent Street, Arlington, Virginia 22209. The primary purpose of the meeting is to prepare for the fortieth Session of the VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:17 Dec 28, 2015 Jkt 238001 International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Facilitation Committee to be held at the IMO Headquarters, United Kingdom, April 4–8, 2016. This meeting is the first of two public meetings and is being held to solicit public comment on the cyber-related agenda items. The agenda items to be considered include: —Decisions of other IMO bodies —Consideration and adoption of proposed amendments to the Convention —Comprehensive review of the FAL Convention —Requirements for access to, or electronic versions of, certificates and documents, including record books required to be carried on ships —Guidelines on the facilitation aspects of protecting the maritime transport network from cyberthreats PO 00000 Frm 00141 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Total respondent cost (dollars) 2,360.00 —Technical cooperation activities related to facilitation of maritime traffic —Relations with other organizations —Application of the Committee’s Guidelines —Work programme —Any other business To better understand all aspects of the maritime industry’s use of cyber systems, we are seeking specific input on the following questions: —How has the maritime industry’s increased reliance on digital information increased cyber risks associated with trade-related information (general declaration, cargo declaration, ship’s stores declaration, crew’s effects declaration, crew list, passenger list, dangerous goods manifest, universal postal convention, and maritime declaration of health)? 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SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

[Docket No SSA-2015-0076]


Agency Information Collection Activities: Proposed Request and 
Comment Request

    The Social Security Administration (SSA) publishes a list of 
information collection packages requiring clearance by the Office of 
Management and Budget (OMB) in compliance with Public Law 104-13, the 
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, effective October 1, 1995. This notice 
includes revisions of OMB-approved information collections.
    SSA is soliciting comments on the accuracy of the agency's burden 
estimate; the need for the information; its practical utility; ways to 
enhance its quality, utility, and clarity; and ways to minimize burden 
on respondents, including the use of automated collection techniques or 
other forms of information technology. Mail, email, or fax your 
comments and recommendations on the information collection(s) to the 
OMB Desk Officer and SSA Reports Clearance Officer at the following 
addresses or fax numbers.

(OMB)
Office of Management and Budget,
Attn: Desk Officer for SSA,
Fax: 202-395-6974,
Email address: OIRA_Submission@omb.eop.gov.

(SSA)
Social Security Administration, OLCA,
Attn: Reports Clearance Director,
3100 West High Rise,
6401 Security Blvd.,
Baltimore, MD 21235,
Fax: 410-966-2830,
Email address: OR.Reports.Clearance@ssa.gov.

    Or you may submit your comments online through www.regulations.gov, 
referencing Docket ID Number [SSA-2015-0076].
    I. The information collection below is pending at SSA. SSA will 
submit it to OMB within 60 days from the date of this notice. To be 
sure we consider your comments, we must receive them no later than 
February 29, 2016. Individuals can obtain copies of the collection 
instrument by writing to the above email address.

Statement for Determining Continuing Eligibility for Supplemental 
Security Income Payment--20 CFR 416.204--0960-0145

    SSA uses Form SSA-8202-BK to conduct low-and middle-error-profile 
telephone or face-to-face redetermination interviews with Supplemental 
Security Income (SSI) recipients and representative payees. The 
information SSA collects during the interview is necessary to determine 
whether SSI recipients met and continue to meet all statutory and 
regulatory requirements for SSI eligibility, and whether they received, 
and still receive the correct payment amount.
    Type of Request: Revision of an OMB-approved information 
collection.

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                                                                              Average burden    Estimated total
       Modality of completion             Number of         Frequency of       per response      annual burden
                                          responses           response          (minutes)           (hours)
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SSA-8202-BK.........................             10,307                  1                 21              3,607
MSSICS..............................          2,289,599                  1                 20            763,200
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    Totals..........................          2,299,906  .................  .................            766,807
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    II. SSA submitted the information collection below to OMB for 
clearance. Your comments regarding the information collection would be 
most useful if OMB and SSA receive them 30 days from the date of this 
publication. To be sure we consider your comments, we must receive them 
no later than January 28, 2016. Individuals can obtain copies of the 
OMB clearance package by writing to OR.Reports.Clearance@ssa.gov.

Promoting Readiness of Minors in SSI (PROMISE) Evaluation--0960-0799

Background

    The Promoting Readiness of Minors in SSI (PROMISE) demonstration 
pursues positive outcomes for children with disabilities who receive 
SSI and their families by reducing dependency on SSI. The Department of 
Education (ED) awarded six cooperative agreements to states to improve 
the provision and coordination of services and support for children 
with disabilities who receive SSI and their families to achieve 
improved education and employment outcomes. ED awarded PROMISE funds to 
five single-state projects, and to one six-state consortium.\1\ With 
support from ED, the Department of Labor (DOL), and the Department of 
Health and Human Services (HHS), SSA is evaluating the six PROMISE 
projects. SSA contracted with Mathematica Policy Research to conduct 
the evaluation. Under PROMISE, targeted outcomes for youth include an 
enhanced sense of self-determination; achievement of secondary and 
post-secondary educational credentials; an attainment of early work 
experiences culminating with competitive employment in an integrated 
setting; and long-term reduction in reliance on SSI. Outcomes of 
interest for families include heightened expectations for and support 
of the long-term self-sufficiency of their youth; parent or guardian 
attainment of education and training credentials; and increases in 
earnings and total income. To achieve these outcomes, we expect the 
PROMISE projects to make better use of existing resources by improving 
service coordination among multiple state and local agencies and 
programs.
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    \1\ The six-state consortium project goes by the name Achieving 
Success by Promoting Readiness for Education and Employment (ASPIRE) 
rather than by PROMISE.
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    ED, SSA, DOL, and HHS intend the PROMISE projects to address key 
limitations in the existing service system for youth with disabilities. 
By intervening early in the lives of these young people, at ages 14-16, 
the projects engage the youth and their families well before critical 
decisions regarding the age 18 redetermination are upon them. We expect 
the required partnerships among the various state and Federal agencies 
that serve youth with disabilities to result in improved integration of 
services and fewer dropped handoffs as youth move from one agency to 
another. By requiring the programs to engage and serve families and 
provide youth with paid work experiences, the initiative is mandating 
the adoption of critical best practices in promoting the independence 
of youth with disabilities.

Project Description

    SSA is requesting clearance for the collection of data needed to 
implement and evaluate PROMISE. The evaluation provides empirical 
evidence on the impact of the intervention for youth and their families 
in several critical areas, including: (1) Improved educational 
attainment; (2) increased employment skills, experience, and earnings; 
and (3) long-term reduction in use of public benefits. We base the 
PROMISE evaluation on a rigorous design that entails the random 
assignment of approximately 2,000 youth in each of the six projects to 
treatment or control groups (12,000 total). The PROMISE projects 
provide enhanced services for youth in the treatment groups; whereas 
youth in the control groups are eligible only for those services 
already available in their communities independent of the 
interventions.
    The evaluation assesses the effect of PROMISE services on 
educational attainment, employment, earnings, and reduced receipt of 
disability payments. The three components of this evaluation include:
     The process analysis, which documents program models, 
assesses the relationships among the partner organizations, documents 
whether the grantees implemented the programs as planned, identifies 
features of the programs that may account for their impacts on youth 
and families, and identifies lessons for future programs with similar 
objectives.
     The impact analysis, which determines whether youth and 
families in the treatment groups receive more services than their 
counterparts in the control groups. It also determines whether 
treatment group members have better results than control group members 
with respect to the targeted outcomes noted above.
     The cost-benefit analysis, which assesses whether the 
benefits of PROMISE, including increases in employment and reductions 
in benefit receipt, are large enough to justify its costs. We conduct 
this assessment from a range of perspectives, including those of the 
participants, state and Federal governments, SSA, and society as a 
whole.
    SSA planned several data collection efforts for the evaluation. 
These include: (1) Follow-up interviews with youth and their parent or 
guardian 18 months and 5 years after enrollment; (2) phone and in-
person interviews with local program administrators, program 
supervisors, and service delivery staff at two points in time over the 
course of the demonstration; (3) two rounds of focus groups with 
participating youth in the treatment group; (4) two rounds of focus 
groups with parents or guardians of participating youth; (5) staff 
activity logs which provide data on aspects of service delivery; and 
(6) collection of administrative data. At this time, SSA requests 
clearance for the staff activity logs. SSA will request clearance for 
the 5-year survey interviews in a future submission. The respondents 
are the administrative and direct service staff, as well as some 
subcontractors whose primary roles with their organizations involve 
PROMISE service delivery.
    Type of Request: Revision to an OMB-approved information 
collection.

Time Burden on Respondents

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                                  2014--Interviews and Focus Group Discussions
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                                                                              Average burden    Estimated total
       Modality of completion             Number of         Frequency of       per response      annual burden
                                          responses           response          (minutes)           (hours)
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Staff Interviews with Administrators                 24                  1                 66                 26
 or Directors.......................
Staff Interviews with PROMISE                        48                  1                 66                 53
 Project Staff......................
Youth Focus Groups--Non-participants                100                  1                  5                  8
Youth Focus Groups--Participants....                 20                  1                100                 33
Parents or Guardian Focus Groups--                  100                  1                  5                  8
 Non-participants...................
Parents or Guardian Focus Groups--                   20                  1                100                 33
 Participants.......................
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    Totals..........................                312  .................  .................                161
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                  2015--Interviews and Focus Group Discussions, and 18-Month Survey Interviews
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                                                                              Average burden    Estimated total
       Modality of completion             Number of         Frequency of       per response      annual burden
                                          responses           response          (minutes)           (hours)
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Staff Interviews with Administrators                 51                  1                 66                 56
 or Directors.......................
Staff Interviews with PROMISE                        97                  1                 66                107
 Project Staff......................
Youth Focus Groups--Non-participants                220                  1                  5                 18
Youth Focus Groups--Participants....                 60                  1                100                100
Parents or Guardian Focus Groups--                  220                  1                  5                 18
 Non-participants...................
Parents or Guardian Focus Groups--                   60                  1                100                100
 Participants.......................
18 Month Survey Interviews--Parent..                850                  1                 41                595
18 Month Survey Interviews--Youth...                850                  1                 30                425
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    Totals..........................              2,408  .................  .................              1,405
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        2016--Interviews and Focus Group Discussions, Staff Activity Logs, and 18 Month Survey Interviews
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                                                                              Average burden    Estimated total
       Modality of completion             Number of         Frequency of       per response      annual burden
                                          responses           response          (minutes)           (hours)
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Staff Interviews with Administrators                 75                  1                 66                 83
 or Directors.......................
Staff Interviews with PROMISE                       145                  1                 66                160
 Project Staff......................
Activity Logs for Administrators or                  45                 14                  5                 52
 Directors..........................
Activity Logs for PROMISE Project                   160                 14                  5                187
 Staff..............................
Youth Focus Groups--Non-participants                320                  1                  5                 27
Youth Focus Groups--Participants....                 80                  1                100                133
Parents or Guardian Focus Groups--                  320                  1                  5                 27
 Non-participants...................
Parents or Guardian Focus Groups--                   80                  1                100                133
 Participants.......................
18 Month Survey Interviews--Parent..              5,100                  1                 41              3,485
18 Month Survey Interviews--Youth...              5,100                  1                 30              2,550
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    Totals..........................             11,425  .................  .................              6,837
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                                        2017--18 Month Survey Interviews
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                                                                              Average burden    Estimated total
       Modality of completion             Number of         Frequency of       per response      annual burden
                                          responses           response          (minutes)           (hours)
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18 Month Survey Interviews--Parent..              4,250                  1                 41              2,904
18 Month Survey Interviews--Youth...              4,250                  1                 30              2,125
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    Totals..........................              8,500  .................  .................              5,029
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                                                   Grand Total
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                                                                              Average burden    Estimated total
       Modality of completion             Number of         Frequency of       per response      annual burden
                                          responses           response          (minutes)           (hours)
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Grand Total.........................             22,645  .................  .................             13,432
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Cost Burden on Respondents

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                                                            2014--Annual Cost to Respondents
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                                                                                                   Average burden     Median hourly
                     Respondent type                           Number of         Frequency of       per response        wage rate       Total respondent
                                                              respondents          response          (minutes)          (dollars)       cost  (dollars)
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Parent or Guardian Focus Group--Non-Participants.........                100                  1                  5               7.38              61.00
Parent or Guardian Focus Group--Participants.............                 20                  1                100               7.38             246.00
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    Total................................................                120  .................  .................  .................             307.00
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                                                            2015--Annual Cost to Respondents
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                                                                                                   Average burden     Median hourly
                     Respondent type                           Number of         Frequency of       per response        wage rate       Total respondent
                                                              respondents          response          (minutes)          (dollars)       cost  (dollars)
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Parent or Guardian Focus Group--Non-Participants.........                220                  1                  5               7.38             135.00
Parent or Guardian Focus Group--Participants.............                 60                  1                100               7.38             738.00
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    Total................................................                280  .................  .................  .................             873.00
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                                                            2016--Annual Cost to Respondents
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                                                                                                   Average burden     Median hourly
                     Respondent type                           Number of         Frequency of       per response        wage rate       Total respondent
                                                              respondents          response          (minutes)          (dollars)       cost  (dollars)
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Parent or Guardian Focus Group--Non-Participants.........                320                  1                  5               7.38             196.00
Parent or Guardian Focus Group--Participants.............                 80                  1                100               7.38             984.00
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    Total................................................                400  .................  .................  .................           1,180.00
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                                                                       Grand Total
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                                                                                                   Average burden     Median hourly
                     Respondent type                           Number of         Frequency of       per response        wage rate       Total respondent
                                                              respondents          response          (minutes)          (dollars)       cost  (dollars)
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        Grand Total......................................                800  .................  .................  .................           2,360.00
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     Dated: December 22, 2015.
Naomi R. Sipple,
Reports Clearance Officer, Social Security Administration.
[FR Doc. 2015-32643 Filed 12-28-15; 8:45 am]
 BILLING CODE 4191-02-P