Notice of Public Meetings in Alaska, 2243-2244 [2016-00692]

Download as PDF 2243 Federal Register / Vol. 81, No. 10 / Friday, January 15, 2016 / Notices IV. PAYGO Scorecards STATUTORY PAY-AS-YOU-GO SCORECARDS [In millions of dollars, negative amounts portray decreases in deficits] 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Balances from Previous Sessions ............ Budgetary Effects for First session of the 114th Congress ..................................... Total, 10-year PAYGO Scorecard ............ 440 ¥1,440 ¥601 ¥626 0 ................ ................ ................ ................ ................ ¥3,456 ¥3,016 ¥3,456 ¥4,896 ¥3,456 ¥4,057 ¥3,456 ¥4,082 ¥3,456 ¥3,456 ................ ................ ................ ................ ................ ................ ................ ................ ................ ................ 2016 Balances from Previous Sessions ............ Budgetary effects for First session of the 114th Congress ..................................... Total, 5-year PAYGO Scorecard .............. 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 ¥9,730 ¥9,730 ¥9,730 ¥9,730 ¥9,730 ¥3,359 ¥2,649 ¥1,514 ¥1,521 0 ¥5,718 ¥15,448 ¥5,718 ¥15,448 ¥5,718 ¥15,448 ¥5,718 ¥15,448 ¥5,718 ¥15,448 ¥5,718 ¥9,077 ¥5,718 ¥8,367 ¥5,718 ¥7,232 ¥5,718 ¥7,239 ¥5,718 ¥5,718 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES The total net budgetary effects of all PAYGO legislation enacted during the first session of the 114th Congress on the 5-year scorecard reduce the deficit by $17,280 million. This total is averaged over the years 2016 to 2020 on the 5-year PAYGO scorecard, resulting in savings of $3,456 million in each year. Combining these savings with balances carried over from prior sessions of the Congress creates total net savings in 2016 of $3,016 million, $4,896 million in 2017, $4,057 million in 2018, and $4,082 million in 2019. The 5-year PAYGO window extended only through 2019 in the second session of the 113th Congress, so there were no 5-year scorecard balances in 2020 to carry over and the 5-year scorecard total is the average $3,456 million savings from this session. The total 10-year net impact of legislation enacted during the first session of the 114th Congress was savings of $57,183 million. The 10-year PAYGO scorecard shows the total net impact averaged over the 10-year period, resulting in savings of $5,718 million in each year. Combining these savings with balances from prior sessions results in net savings of $15,448 million in 2016 through 2020, $9,077 million in 2021, $8,367 million in 2022, $7,232 million in 2023, and $7,239 million in 2024. The 10-year PAYGO window extended only through 2024 in the second session of the 113th Congress, so there were no 10-year scorecard balances in 2025 to carry over and the 10-year scorecard total is the average $5,718 million savings from this session. V. Sequestration Order As shown on the scorecards, the budgetary effects of PAYGO legislation enacted in the first session of the 114th Congress, combined with the balances left on the scorecard from previous sessions of the Congress, resulted in net savings on both the 5-year and the 10- VerDate Sep<11>2014 20:01 Jan 14, 2016 Jkt 238001 year scorecard in the budget year, which is 2016 for the purposes of this Report. Because the costs for the budget year, as shown on the scorecards, do not exceed savings for the budget year, there is no ‘‘debit’’ on either scorecard under section 3 of the PAYGO Act, 2 U.S.C. § 932, and there is no need for a sequestration order. The savings shown on the scorecards for 2016 will be removed from the scorecards that are used to record the budgetary effects of PAYGO legislation enacted in the second session of the 114th Congress. The totals shown in 2017 through 2025 will remain on the scorecards and will be used in determining whether a sequestration order will be necessary in the future. All of the years of the 5-year and 10-year scorecards that will carry over into the second session of the 114th Congress will show balances of savings. [FR Doc. 2016–00721 Filed 1–14–16; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 3110–01–P MARINE MAMMAL COMMISSION Notice of Public Meetings in Alaska Marine Mammal Commission. Notice of public meetings. AGENCY: ACTION: The Marine Mammal Commission (Commission) will hold a series of public meetings pursuant to the Government in the Sunshine Act and the Federal Advisory Committee Act in various locations in Alaska from February 3–February 11, 2016. This notice announces the date, time, and location of the public meetings. DATES: Four public meetings will be held: February 3, 2016, 3 p.m.–5 p.m. (Barrow, AK); February, 5, 2016, 1 p.m.– 5 p.m. (Kotzebue, AK); February 9, 2016, 3 p.m.–6 p.m. (Nome, AK); February 11, 2016, 8 a.m.–1 p.m. (Anchorage, AK). SUMMARY: PO 00000 Frm 00084 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 The public meetings will be held at the following locations: February 3, 2016, Inupiat Heritage Center, 5421 North Star Street, Barrow, AK 99723; February 5, 2016, Northwest Arctic Borough Assembly Room, 163 Lagoon St, Kotzebue, AK 99752; February 9, 2016, University of Alaska Fairbanks Northwest Campus, 400 East Front Street, Nome, AK 99762, Main Building, Nagozruk Conference Room; February 11, 2016, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, 3801 Centerpoint Drive, Anchorage, AK 99503. The Anchorage meeting will also be accessible via webinar. Information for accessing the webinar will be posted at www.mmc.gov at least one week before the Anchorage meeting. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Luis Leandro, Program Specialist, Marine Mammal Commission, 301–504–0087, Luis.Leandro@mmc.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Marine Mammal Commission (Commission) will meet in Barrow, Kotzebue, and Nome to solicit information from these communities and surrounding Native villages regarding environmental changes being observed in these areas, changes in the availability of marine mammals for subsistence and handicraft purposes, and Alaska Native concerns regarding marine mammal and related issues in general. All of these meetings will be open to the public. Following these meetings, the Commission and its Committee of Scientific Advisors on Marine Mammals will meet in Anchorage, and via webinar, to review the information and views provided at the other public meetings and discuss possible actions by the Commission. This meeting will be open to attendance by the public. The public may also participate in the Anchorage meeting via webinar. The meeting will include an opportunity for comments by the public. Detailed ADDRESSES: E:\FR\FM\15JAN1.SGM 15JAN1 2244 Federal Register / Vol. 81, No. 10 / Friday, January 15, 2016 / Notices information on how to access and participate in the webinar will be posted on the Commission’s Web site (www.mmc.gov) at least one week in advance of the meeting. These meetings are designed to further implementation of the Commission’s Strategic Plan, which recognizes that the Arctic warrants special attention because its marine mammals, ecosystems, and marine mammal dependent coastal communities are being impacted profoundly by climate change. The Commission’s focus on Alaska and the Arctic includes current work to promote effective consultation procedures between Alaska Native Tribes and federal agencies, efforts to improve understanding of the cumulative impacts of climate change and human activities on Arctic marine mammals, and engagement in domestic and international science and management programs for polar bears, walrus, ice seals, and beluga and bowhead whales. A proposed agenda for the Anchorage meeting is posted on the Commission’s Web site at www.mmc.gov, and may be subject to change based on the information provided by participants during the Barrow, Kotzebue, and Nome meetings. Additional information about the Marine Mammal Commission, the Alaska meetings, and documents related to the Commission’s consultations with Native communities can be found at www.mmc.gov. DATES: Dated: January 11, 2016. Rebecca J. Lent, Executive Director. Submitted by: Renee P. Wynn, NASA Chief Information Officer. [FR Doc. 2016–00692 Filed 1–14–16; 8:45 am] Submit comments within 30 calendar days from the date of this publication. The changes will take effect at the end of that period, if no adverse comments are received. ADDRESSES: Patti F. Stockman, Privacy Act Officer, Office of the Chief Information Officer, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Headquarters, Washington, DC 20546– 0001, (202) 358–4787, NASAPAOfficer@nasa.gov. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: NASA Privacy Act Officer, Patti F. Stockman, (202) 358–4787, NASAPAOfficer@nasa.gov. Pursuant to the provisions of the Privacy Act of 1974, 5 U.S.C. 552a, and as part of its biennial System of Records review, NASA is making modifications to two human resource related systems of records including: Update of Locations and Categories of records; addition of Purpose statements; and elaboration of Safeguards sections. Changes for specific NASA systems of records are set forth below: NASA Personnel and Payroll Systems/NASA 10NPPS: Updating Locations of Records, adding a Purpose section and elaborating the Safeguards section to be more precise. Special Personnel Records/NASA 10SPER: Updating Locations and Categories of Records, adding a Purpose section and elaborating the Safeguards section to be more complete. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: NASA 10NPPS BILLING CODE 6820–31–P SYSTEM NAME: NASA PERSONNEL AND PAYROLL SYSTEMS. NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION SYSTEM LOCATION: [Notice (15–118)] Privacy Act of 1974; Privacy Act System of Records National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). ACTION: Notice of proposed revisions to existing Privacy Act systems of records. AGENCY: Pursuant to the provisions of the Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. 552a), the National Aeronautics and Space Administration is issuing public notice of its proposal to modify two of its previously noticed system of records. This notice publishes updates to systems of records as set forth below under the caption SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES SUMMARY: VerDate Sep<11>2014 20:01 Jan 14, 2016 Jkt 238001 Locations 9 and 18, as set forth in Appendix A; in the Federal Personnel and Payroll System of the Department of Interior Federal agency Human Resources Shared Service Center located at National Business Center, 7301 W. Mansfield, Denver, Co. 80235; and in the Office of Personnel Management’s Electronic Official Personnel File located at the National Business Center 7301 W. Mansfield, Denver, Co. 80235. CATEGORIES OF INDIVIDUALS COVERED BY THE SYSTEM: This system maintains information on present and former NASA employees. CATEGORIES OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM: The data contained in this system of records includes payroll, employee leave, insurance, labor and human PO 00000 Frm 00085 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 resource distribution and overtime information. PURPOSE(S): Records in this system are used to facilitate NASA administration of payroll functions and personnel decisions. AUTHORITY FOR MAINTENANCE OF THE SYSTEM: 51 U.S.C. 20113(a); 44 U.S.C. 3101; 5 U.S.C. 5501 et seq.; 5 U.S.C. 6301 et seq. ROUTINE USES OF RECORDS MAINTAINED IN THE SYSTEM, INCLUDING CATEGORIES OF USERS AND THE PURPOSE OF SUCH USES: Any disclosures of information will be compatible with the purpose for which the Agency collected the information. The following are routine uses: (1) To furnish to a third party a verification of an employee’s status upon written request of the employee; (2) to facilitate the verification of employee contributions and insurance data with carriers and collection agents; (3) to report to the Office of Personnel Management (a) withholdings of premiums for life insurance, health benefits, and retirements, and (b) separated employees subject to retirement; (4) to furnish the U.S. Treasury magnetic tape reports and/or electronic files on net pay, net savings allotments and bond transmittal pertaining to each employee; (5) to provide the Internal Revenue Service with details of wages taxable under the Federal Insurance Contributions Act and to furnish a magnetic tape listing on Federal tax withholdings; (6) to furnish various financial institutions itemized listings of employee’s pay and savings allotments transmitted to the institutions in accordance with employee requests; (7) to provide various Federal, State, and local taxing authorities itemized listings of withholdings for individual income taxes; (8) to respond to requests for State employment security agencies and the U.S. Department of Labor for employment, wage, and separation data on former employees for the purpose of determining eligibility for unemployment compensation; (9) to report to various Combined Federal Campaign offices total contributions withheld from employee wages; (10) to furnish leave balances and activity to the Office of Personnel Management upon request; (11) to furnish data to labor organizations in accordance with negotiated agreements; (12) to furnish pay data to the Department of State for certain NASA employees located outside the United States; (13) to furnish data to a consumer reporting agency or bureau, private collection contractor or E:\FR\FM\15JAN1.SGM 15JAN1

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[Federal Register Volume 81, Number 10 (Friday, January 15, 2016)]
[Notices]
[Pages 2243-2244]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 2016-00692]


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MARINE MAMMAL COMMISSION


Notice of Public Meetings in Alaska

AGENCY: Marine Mammal Commission.

ACTION: Notice of public meetings.

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SUMMARY: The Marine Mammal Commission (Commission) will hold a series 
of public meetings pursuant to the Government in the Sunshine Act and 
the Federal Advisory Committee Act in various locations in Alaska from 
February 3-February 11, 2016. This notice announces the date, time, and 
location of the public meetings.

DATES: Four public meetings will be held: February 3, 2016, 3 p.m.-5 
p.m. (Barrow, AK); February, 5, 2016, 1 p.m.-5 p.m. (Kotzebue, AK); 
February 9, 2016, 3 p.m.-6 p.m. (Nome, AK); February 11, 2016, 8 a.m.-1 
p.m. (Anchorage, AK).

ADDRESSES: The public meetings will be held at the following locations: 
February 3, 2016, Inupiat Heritage Center, 5421 North Star Street, 
Barrow, AK 99723; February 5, 2016, Northwest Arctic Borough Assembly 
Room, 163 Lagoon St, Kotzebue, AK 99752; February 9, 2016, University 
of Alaska Fairbanks Northwest Campus, 400 East Front Street, Nome, AK 
99762, Main Building, Nagozruk Conference Room; February 11, 2016, 
Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, 3801 Centerpoint Drive, Anchorage, 
AK 99503. The Anchorage meeting will also be accessible via webinar. 
Information for accessing the webinar will be posted at www.mmc.gov at 
least one week before the Anchorage meeting.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Luis Leandro, Program Specialist, 
Marine Mammal Commission, 301-504-0087, Luis.Leandro@mmc.gov.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Marine Mammal Commission (Commission) 
will meet in Barrow, Kotzebue, and Nome to solicit information from 
these communities and surrounding Native villages regarding 
environmental changes being observed in these areas, changes in the 
availability of marine mammals for subsistence and handicraft purposes, 
and Alaska Native concerns regarding marine mammal and related issues 
in general. All of these meetings will be open to the public.
    Following these meetings, the Commission and its Committee of 
Scientific Advisors on Marine Mammals will meet in Anchorage, and via 
webinar, to review the information and views provided at the other 
public meetings and discuss possible actions by the Commission. This 
meeting will be open to attendance by the public. The public may also 
participate in the Anchorage meeting via webinar. The meeting will 
include an opportunity for comments by the public. Detailed

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information on how to access and participate in the webinar will be 
posted on the Commission's Web site (www.mmc.gov) at least one week in 
advance of the meeting.
    These meetings are designed to further implementation of the 
Commission's Strategic Plan, which recognizes that the Arctic warrants 
special attention because its marine mammals, ecosystems, and marine 
mammal dependent coastal communities are being impacted profoundly by 
climate change. The Commission's focus on Alaska and the Arctic 
includes current work to promote effective consultation procedures 
between Alaska Native Tribes and federal agencies, efforts to improve 
understanding of the cumulative impacts of climate change and human 
activities on Arctic marine mammals, and engagement in domestic and 
international science and management programs for polar bears, walrus, 
ice seals, and beluga and bowhead whales.
    A proposed agenda for the Anchorage meeting is posted on the 
Commission's Web site at www.mmc.gov, and may be subject to change 
based on the information provided by participants during the Barrow, 
Kotzebue, and Nome meetings.
    Additional information about the Marine Mammal Commission, the 
Alaska meetings, and documents related to the Commission's 
consultations with Native communities can be found at www.mmc.gov.

    Dated: January 11, 2016.
Rebecca J. Lent,
Executive Director.
[FR Doc. 2016-00692 Filed 1-14-16; 8:45 am]
 BILLING CODE 6820-31-P