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See Lion Raisins v. USDA, 354 F.3d 1072, 1079 (9th Cir. 2004); Inner City Press/ Community on the Move v. Federal Reserve System, 380 F. Supp. 2d 211, 220 (S.D.N.Y. 2005); GC Micro Corp. v. Def. Logistics Agency, 33 F.3d 1109 (9th Cir. 1994); National Parks & Conservation Association v. Kleppe, 547 F.2d 673, 679 (D.C. Cir. 1976) (‘‘National Parks II’’). In order for the Department to fully evaluate whether you are likely to suffer substantial competitive injury from disclosure of the withheld information, any objections on this basis must include a detailed explanation of who your competitors are and the nature of the competition. You must also explain with specificity how disclosure of each category of information that you object to disclosing on this basis would provide your competitors with valuable insights into your operation, give competitors pricing advantages over you, or unfairly give advantage to competitors in future business negotiations, or any other information that sufficiently explains the substantial competitive injury that would likely result from disclosure. National Parks II, 547 F.2d at 684; Center for Public Integrity v. Dep’t of Energy, 191 F. Supp. 2d 187, 194 (D.D.C. 2002); Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Export-Import Bank, 108 F. Supp. 2d 19, 29 (D.D.C. 2000). Additionally, as noted above, you must also certify that any information you object to disclosing is confidential, you have not disclosed the information to the public, and the information is not routinely available to the public from other sources. See 43 CFR 2.30–2.31. As a final matter, please be aware that the FOIA requires that ‘‘any reasonably segregable portion of a record’’ must be released after appropriate application of the FOIA’s nine exemptions. See 5 U.S.C. 552(b) (discussion after exemptions). In addition, please note that, where a record contains both exempt and nonexempt material, the bureau will generally separate and release the nonexempt information when responding to a FOIA request. 43 CFR 2.25. You should be mindful of this segregability requirement in formulating any objections you may have to the disclosure of the information sought by CBD. PO 00000 Frm 00054 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 85257 III. Submission of Objections Should you wish to object to disclosure of any of the requested records (or portions thereof), the Department must receive from you all of the information requested above by no later than the date specified above in DATES. If you do not submit any objections to the disclosure of the information (or portions thereof) to CBD on or before the date specified above in DATES, the Department will presume that you do not object to such disclosure and may release the information without redaction. Please note that the Department, not you, is responsible for deciding whether the information should be released or withheld. If we decide to release records over your objections, we will inform you at least 10 business days in advance of the intended release. Please note that any comments you submit to the Department objecting to the disclosure of the documents may be subject to disclosure under the FOIA if the Department receives a FOIA request for them. In the event your comments contain commercial or financial information and a requester asks for the comments under the FOIA, the Department will notify you and give you an opportunity to comment on the disclosure of such information. Dated: November 14, 2016. Stephen Guertin, Acting Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. [FR Doc. 2016–28379 Filed 11–23–16; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4333–15–P DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Office of the Secretary [178D0102DM/DS64600000/ DLSN00000.000000/DX.64601] Notice of Senior Executive Service Performance Review Board Appointments Office of the Secretary, Interior. Notice. AGENCY: ACTION: This notice provides the names of individuals who have been appointed to serve as members of the Department of the Interior Senior Executive Service (SES) Performance Review Board. DATES: These appointments are effective upon publication in the Federal Register. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Raymond Limon, Director, Office of Human Resources, Office of the SUMMARY: E:\FR\FM\25NON1.SGM 25NON1 85258 Federal Register / Vol. 81, No. 227 / Friday, November 25, 2016 / Notices Secretary, Department of the Interior, 1849 C Street NW., Washington, DC 20240, Telephone Number: (202) 208– 5310. 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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

Office of the Secretary

[178D0102DM/DS64600000/DLSN00000.000000/DX.64601]


Notice of Senior Executive Service Performance Review Board 
Appointments

AGENCY: Office of the Secretary, Interior.

ACTION: Notice.

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SUMMARY: This notice provides the names of individuals who have been 
appointed to serve as members of the Department of the Interior Senior 
Executive Service (SES) Performance Review Board.

DATES: These appointments are effective upon publication in the Federal 
Register.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Raymond Limon, Director, Office of 
Human Resources, Office of the

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Secretary, Department of the Interior, 1849 C Street NW., Washington, 
DC 20240, Telephone Number: (202) 208-5310.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The members of the Department of the 
Interior SES Performance Review Board are as follows:

ALLEN, MATTHEW R.
ANDREW, JONATHAN M.
ANDROFF, BLAKE J.
APPLEGATE, JAMES D. R.
ARAGON, JOSE RAMON
ARROYO, BRYAN
AUSTIN, STANLEY J.
AUSTIN, TERESA MADEYA
BAIL, KRISTIN MARA
BARON, JILL S.
BATHRICK, MARK L.
BEALL, JAMES W.
BEAN, MICHAEL J.
BEARPAW, GEORGE WATIE
BEAUDREAU, TOMMY P.
BECK, RICHARD T.
BECKER, BRIAN D.
BELIN, ALLETTA D.
BELNAP, JAYNE
BENGE, SHAWN T.
BERRIGAN, MICHAEL J.
BERRY, DAVID A.
BETANCOURT, JULIO L.
BLACK, MICHAEL S.
BLAIR, JOHN WATSON
BLANCHARD, MARY JOSIE
BLASER, THOMAS A.
BLEDSOE DOWNES, ANN MARIE
BOHLKE, JOHN KARL F. P.
BOLTON, HANNIBAL
BOWKER, BRYAN L.
BRANUM, LISA A.
BROWN, LAURA B.
BROWN, WILLIAM Y.
BRZEZINSKI, MARK F.
BUCKNER, SHAWN M.
BUFFA, NICOLE NMN
BURCH, MELVIN E.
BURCKMAN, JAMES N.
BURDEN, JOHN W.
BURKETT, VIRGINIA
BURNS, SYLVIA W.
CALDWELL, MICHAEL A.
CARDINALE, RICHARD T.
CARL, LEON M.
CARTER-PFISTERER, CAROLE
CASH, CASSIUS M.
CELATA, MICHAEL A.
CHAVARRIA, GABRIELA DEL C.
CHOUET, BERNARD A.
CHRISTOPHER, TERESA R.
CLARK, HORACE G.
CLEMENT, JOEL P.
CLINE, DONALD WALTER
CLOERN, JAMES E.
CLUCK, RODNEY E.
COLLETT, TIMOTHY S.
COMPTON, JEFFREY S.
CONNELL, JAMIE E.
COPLEN, TYLER B. II
CORDOVA-HARRISON, ELIZABE
CRAFF, ROBERT C.
CRIBLEY, BUD C.
CRONIN, THOMAS M.
CRUICKSHANK, WALTER D.
CRUZAN, DARREN A.
CUMMINGS, JODY ALLEN
CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM L.
DABOLT, THOMAS O.
DALTON, KENNETH A.
DARNELL, JOSEPH D.
DAVIS, KIMBRA G.
DAVIS, MARK H.
DAVIS, ROSE MARIE
DEANGELIS, DONALD L.
DEARMAN, TONY L.
DEERINWATER, DANIEL J.
DELOATCH, IVAN B.
DETTINGER, MICHAEL
DEVARIS, AIMEE MARIE
DOHNER, CYNTHIA
DOUGLAS, JAMES C.
DOWNS, BRUCE M.
DUMONTIER, DEBRA L.
DUNTON, RONALD L.
DUTSCHKE, AMY L.
EDSALL, DONNA LYNN
ELLIS, STEVEN A.
ENOMOTO, STANTON KEONE
ESTENOZ, SHANNON A.
ETHRIDGE, MAX M.
FAETH, LORRAINE V.
FERRERO, RICHARD C.
FERRITER, OLIVIA B.
FIELD, EDWARD H.
FLANAGAN, DENISE A.
FORD, JEROME E.
FOSTER, MAUREEN D.
FRANKEL, ARTHUR D.
FRAZER, GARY D.
FREEMAN, SHAREE M.
FREIHAGE, JASON E.
FROST, HERBERT C.
FULP, TERRANCE J.
GALLAGHER, KEVIN T.
GIDNER, JEROLD L.
GLENN, DOUGLAS A.
GLOMB, STEPHEN J.
GOKLANY, INDUR M.
GOLDHABER, MARTIN B.
GONZALES-SCHREINER, ROSEA
GONZALEZ, MARIA E.
GOULD, GREGORY J.
GRACE, JAMES B.
GUERTIN, STEPHEN D.
HAIG, SUSAN M.
HALL, ROBERT E.
HAMLEY, JEFFREY L.
HANKS, THOMAS C.
HANNA, JEANETTE D.
HART, PAULA L.
HARTLEY, DEBORAH J.
HARVEY, RONALD W.
HAUGRUD, KEVIN JACK
HAVELY, ANDREW W.
HAWBECKER, KAREN S.
HEIN, JAMES R.
HERBST, LARS T.
HILDEBRANDT, BETSY J.
HILDRETH, EDWARD W.
HITZMAN, MURRAY WALTER
HOLLEY, AMY LIN
HOLMES, TROY EDWARD
HOPPER, ABIGAIL ROSS
HOSKINS, DAVID WILLIAM
HOUSEKNECHT, DAVID W.
HUMBERT, HARRY L.
HUNTER, TERESA R.
HYUN, KAREN H.
INGEBRITSEN, STEVEN E.
ISEMAN, THOMAS M.
IVERSON, RICHARD M.
JACKSON, JAMES K.
JAMES, JAMES D. JR.
JONES, EILEEN GAY
JOSEPHSON, CLEMENTINE
JOSS, LAURA
JUPP, WILLIAM B.
KALAVRITINOS, CHRISTINA S
KEABLE, EDWARD T.
KEELEY, JON E.
KELLY, FRANCIS P.
KELLY, KATHERINE P.
KENDALL, JAMES J. JR.
KINSINGER, ANNE E.
KLEIN, ELIZABETH A.
KRABBENHOFT, DAVID P.
KROPF, RAMSEY LAURSOO
KRUSE, MICHAEL
KRYC, KELLY A.
KURTH, JAMES W.
LA COUNTE, DARRYL D. II
LABSON, VICTOR F.
LAFFERTY, KEVIN D.
LAIRD, JOSHUA RADBILL
LAKE, TIMOTHY CHARLES
LANCE, LINDA L.
LAPOINTE, TIMOTHY L.
LAROCHE, DARRELL WILLIAM
LAURO, SALVATORE R.
LEE, LORRI J.
LEHNERTZ, CHRISTINE S.
LEITER, AMANDA C.
LEITH, WILLIAM S.
LILLIE, JULIETTE ANNE FAL
LIMON, RAYMOND A.
LIN, JANET H.
LOCKNER, DAVID A.
LODGE, CYNTHIA LOUISE
LOFTIN, MELINDA J.
LOHOEFENER, RENNE R.
LORDS, DOUGLAS A.
LOUDERMILK, WELDON B.
LOVELAND, THOMAS R.
LUEBKE, THOMAS A.
LUEDERS, AMY L.
LYNN, TIM K.
LYONS, JAMES R.
MABRY, SCOTT L.
MARTIN, THOMAS E.
MARTINEZ, CYNTHIA T.
MASICA, SUE E.
MASON, ROBERT R JR.
MAYTUBBY, BRUCE W.
MCCABE, GREGORY J. JR
MCCAFFERY, JAMES G.
MCCLANAHAN, JOHN H.
MCCORMICK, STEPHEN D.
MCDOWALL, LENA E.
MCGUIRE, ANTHONY D.
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MONACO, JENNIFER ROMERO
MORRIS, DOUGLAS W.
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MUHS, DANIEL R.
MULLER, BRUCE C. JR
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ORGAN, JOHN FRANCIS
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ORTIZ, HANKIE P.
OWENS, GLENDA HUDSON
PALUMBO, DAVID M.
PARSONS, THOMAS E.
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PAYNE, GRAYFORD F.
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QUINLAN, MARTIN J.
QUINN, TIMOTHY S.
RAE, KAREN L.
RAFF, DAVID A.
RAMOS, PEDRO M.
RAUCH, PAUL A.
REYNOLDS, MICHAEL T.
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RHEES, BRENT B.
RICE, BRYAN C.
RICHARDSON, KAREN K.
RICHARDSON, LIZETTE
RIDEOUT, STERLING J. JR
RIECHEL, SILVIA MARIA
RIGGS, HELEN
ROBERSON, EDWIN L.
ROBERTS, JAMES F.
ROBERTS, LAWRENCE SCOTT
ROMANIK, PEG A.
ROSS, JOHN W.
ROTH, BARRY N.
ROYLE, JEFFREY A.
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