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Download as PDF 64128 Federal Register / Vol. 83, No. 239 / Thursday, December 13, 2018 / Notices DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE A. Purpose GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION Per Federal Acquisition Regulation Part 48, value engineering is the technique by which contractors (1) voluntarily suggest methods for performing more economically and share in any resulting savings, or (2) are required to establish a program to identify and submit to the Government methods for performing more economically. These recommendations are submitted to the Government as value engineering change proposals (VECP’s) and they must include specific information. This information is needed to enable the Government to evaluate the VECP and, if accepted, to arrange for an equitable sharing plan. NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION [OMB Control No. 9000–0027; Docket No. 2018–0003; Sequence No. 25] Information Collection; Value Engineering Requirements Department of Defense (DOD), General Services Administration (GSA), and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). ACTION: Notice and request for comments. AGENCY: Under the provisions of the Paperwork Reduction Act and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) regulations, the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Council invites the public to comment on a renewal of an approved information collection requirement concerning value engineering requirements. DATES: Submit comments on or before February 11, 2019. ADDRESSES: The FAR Council invites interested persons to submit comments on this information collection by any of the following methods: • Federal eRulemaking Portal: This website provides the ability to type short comments directly into the comment field or attach a file for lengthier comments. Go to http:// www.regulations.gov and follow the instructions on the site. • Mail: General Services Administration, Regulatory Secretariat Division (MVCB), 1800 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20405. ATTN: Ms. Mandell/IC 9000–0027, Value Engineering Requirements. Instructions: All items submitted must cite ‘‘Information Collection 9000– 0027, Value Engineering Requirements.’’ Comments received generally will be posted without change to http:// www.regulations.gov, including any personal and/or business confidential information provided. To confirm receipt of your comment(s), please check www.regulations.gov, approximately two to three days after submission to verify posting (except allow 30 days for posting of comments submitted by mail). FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. Marilyn E. Chambers, Procurement Analyst, 202–285–7380, or marilyn.chambers@gsa.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: amozie on DSK3GDR082PROD with NOTICES1 SUMMARY: VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:12 Dec 12, 2018 Jkt 247001 B. Annual Reporting Burden Respondents: 794. Responses per Respondent: 2. Annual Responses: 1,588. Hours per Response: 15. Total Burden Hours: 23,820. Affected Public: Business or other forprofit entities. Reporting Frequency: On occasion. C. Public Comments Public comments are particularly invited on: Whether this collection of information is necessary; whether it will have practical utility; whether our estimate of the public burden of this collection of information is accurate, and based on valid assumptions and methodology; ways to enhance the quality, utility, and clarity of the information to be collected; and ways in which we can minimize the burden of the collection of information on those who are to respond, through the use of appropriate technological collection techniques or other forms of information technology. Obtaining Copies of Proposals: Requesters may obtain a copy of the information collection documents from the General Services Administration, Regulatory Secretariat Division (MVCB), 1800 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20405, telephone 202–501–4755. Please cite OMB Control No. 9000– 0027, Value Engineering Requirements, in all correspondence. Dated: December 10, 2018. Janet Fry, Director, Federal Acquisition Policy Division, Office of Governmentwide Acquisition Policy, Office of Acquisition Policy, Office of Governmentwide Policy. [FR Doc. 2018–27019 Filed 12–12–18; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 6820–EP–P PO 00000 Frm 00032 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Administration for Children and Families Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request Title: Regional Partnership Grant National Cross-Site Evaluation and Evaluation Technical Assistance. OMB No.: 0970–NEW. Description: The Children’s Bureau (CB) within the Administration for Children and Families of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services seeks approval to collect information for the Regional Partnership Grants to Increase the Well-being of and to Improve Permanency Outcomes for Children Affected by Substance Abuse (known as the Regional Partnership Grants Program or ‘‘RPG’’) Cross-Site Evaluation and Evaluation-Related Technical Assistance project. The Child and Family Services Improvement and Innovation Act (Pub. L. 112–34) includes a targeted grants program (section 437(f) of the Social Security Act) that directs the Secretary of Health and Human Services to reserve a specified portion of the appropriation for these Regional Partnership Grants, to be used to improve the well-being of children affected by substance abuse. Under three prior rounds of RPG, the Children’s Bureau has issued 74 grants to organizations such as child welfare or substance abuse treatment providers or family court systems to develop interagency collaborations and integration of programs, activities, and services designed to increase well-being, improve permanency, and enhance the safety of children who are in an out-ofhome placement or are at risk of being placed in out-of-home care as a result of a parent’s or caretaker’s substance abuse. In 2017, CB awarded grants to a fourth cohort of 17 grantees and in 2018 they plan to award 10 grants to a fifth cohort. The RPG cross-site evaluation will extend our understanding of what types of programs and services grantees provided to participants, how grantees leveraged their partnerships to coordinate services for children and families, and what the outcomes were for children and families enrolled in RPG programs. First, the cross-site evaluation will describe the characteristics of participants served by RPG programs, the types of services provided to families, the dosage of each type of service received by families, and the level of participant engagement with the services provided. Second, the E:\FR\FM\13DEN1.SGM 13DEN1 64129 Federal Register / Vol. 83, No. 239 / Thursday, December 13, 2018 / Notices cross-site will assess the coordination of partners’ service systems (e.g., shared participant data, joint staff training) to better understand how partners’ collaborative effort affects the array of services offered to families. The crosssite evaluation will also focus more deeply on the partnership between the child welfare and substance use disorder (SUD) treatment agencies, to add to the research base about how these agencies can collaborate to address the needs of children and families affected by SUD. Finally, the evaluation will assess the outcomes of children and adults served through the RPG program. The evaluation is being undertaken by the Children’s Bureau and its contractor Mathematica Policy Research. The evaluation is being implemented by Mathematica Policy Research and its subcontractor, WRMA Inc. The RPG Cross-Site Evaluation will include the following data collection activities: 1. Site visits and key informant interviews. The cross-site evaluation team will visit up to 21 sites to better understand the partnership and coordination between the child welfare and SUD treatment agencies. The remaining six grantees will participate in telephone interviews to gather similar information about their design and implementation. The site visits and phone interviews will focus on the RPG planning process; how and why particular services were selected; the ability of the child welfare, substance use disorder treatment, and other service systems to collaborate and support quality implementation of the RPG services; challenges experienced; and the potential for sustaining the collaborations and services after RPG funding ends. 2. Partner survey. To describe the interagency collaboration within RPG sites, grantees and their partners will participate in an online survey once during the grant period. One person from each organization knowledgeable about the RPG program will be invited to participate in the survey. The survey will collect information about communication and service coordination among partners. The survey will also collect information on characteristics of strong partnerships (e.g., data sharing agreements, colocation of staff, referral procedures, and cross-staff training). 3. Semi-annual progress reports. The semi-annual progress reports will be used to obtain updated information from grantee project directors about their program operations and partnerships, including any changes from prior periods. The CB has tailored the semi-annual progress reports to collect information on grantees’ programs and other services grantees implement, the target population for the RPG program, and grantees’ perceived successes and challenges to implementation. 4. Enrollment, client, and service data. To document participant characteristics and their enrollment in RPG services, all grantees will provide data on family characteristics, and enrollment of and services provided to RPG families. These data include demographic information on family members, dates of entry into and exit from RPG services, and information on RPG service dosage. These data will be submitted on an ongoing basis by staff at the grantee organizations into an information system developed by the cross-site evaluation team. 5. Outcome and impact data. To measure participant outcomes, all grantees will collect self-administered standardized instruments from RPG adults. The standardized instruments used in RPG collect information on child well-being, adult and family functioning, and adult substance use. Grantees will share the responses on these self-report instruments with the cross-site evaluation team. Grantees will also obtain administrative data on a common set of child welfare and substance use disorder treatment data elements. In addition to conducting local evaluations and participating in the RPG Cross-Site Evaluation, the RPG grantees are legislatively required to report performance indicators aligned with their proposed program strategies and activities. A key strategy of the RPG Cross-Site Evaluation is to minimize burden on the grantees by ensuring that the cross-site evaluation, which includes all grantees in a study that collects data to report on implementation, the partnerships, and participant characteristics and outcomes, fully meets the need for performance reporting. Thus, rather than collecting separate evaluation and performance indicator data, the grantees need only participate in the cross-site evaluation. In addition, using the standardized instruments that the Children’s Bureau has specified will ensure that grantees have valid and reliable data on child and family outcomes for their local evaluations. The inclusion of an impact study conducted on a subset of grantees with rigorous designs will also provide the Children’s Bureau, Congress, grantees, providers, and researchers with information about the effectiveness of RPG programs. A 60-Day Federal Register Notice was published for this study on October 10, 2018. This 30-Day Federal Register Notice covers the following data collection activities: (1) The site visits with grantees; (2) the web-based survey of grantee partners (3) the semi-annual progress reports; (4) enrollment and service data provided by grantees; and (6) outcome and impact data provided by grantees. Respondents. Respondents include grantee staff or contractors (such as local evaluators) and partner staff. Specific types of respondents and the expected number per data collection effort are noted in the burden table below. Annual burden estimates. The following instruments are proposed for public comment under this 30-Day Federal Register Notice. Burden for all components is annualized over three years. RPG CROSS-SITE EVALUATION ANNUALIZED BURDEN ESTIMATES Total number of respondents amozie on DSK3GDR082PROD with NOTICES1 Data collection activity Number of responses per respondent (each year) Average burden hours per response (in hours) Estimated total burden hours Total annual burden hours Site Visit and Key Informant Data Collection Program director in-person interview ................................... Program manager/supervisor in-person interview ............... Partner representative interviews ........................................ Frontline staff interview ........................................................ Program director/manager phone interview ........................ 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Average burden hours per response (in hours) Estimated total burden hours Total annual burden hours 0.42 56.3 18.8 2 43 43 33 2,288 16.5 0.25 0.017 0.017 0.03 2,673 2,612.3 174.2 133.7 37,065 891 870.8 58.1 44.6 12,355 27 27 1 2 42.6 144 3,450.6 23,328 1150.2 7,776 27 27 27 22 .33 130 2 130 8 1.25 25 1.25 216 13,162.5 4,050 10,725 72 4,387.5 1,350 3,575 ........................ ........................ ........................ 97,827 32,609 Enrollment, client and service data Semi-annual progress reports ............................................. Case enrollment data ........................................................... Case closure ........................................................................ Case closure—prenatal ....................................................... Service log entries ............................................................... 27 81 81 81 162 Outcome and impact data Administrative Data: Obtain access to administrative data ........................... Report administrative data ............................................ Standardized instruments: Review and adopt reporting templates ......................... Data entry for standardized instruments ...................... Review records and submit .......................................... Data entry for comparison study sites (22 grantees) ... Estimated Total Burden Hours ..................................... Additional Information: Copies of the proposed collection may be obtained by writing to the Administration for Children and Families, Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, 330 C Street SW, Washington, DC 20201. Attention Reports Clearance Officer. All requests should be identified by the title of the information collection. 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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Administration for Children and Families


Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request

    Title: Regional Partnership Grant National Cross-Site Evaluation 
and Evaluation Technical Assistance.
    OMB No.: 0970-NEW.
    Description: The Children's Bureau (CB) within the Administration 
for Children and Families of the U.S. Department of Health and Human 
Services seeks approval to collect information for the Regional 
Partnership Grants to Increase the Well-being of and to Improve 
Permanency Outcomes for Children Affected by Substance Abuse (known as 
the Regional Partnership Grants Program or ``RPG'') Cross-Site 
Evaluation and Evaluation-Related Technical Assistance project. The 
Child and Family Services Improvement and Innovation Act (Pub. L. 112-
34) includes a targeted grants program (section 437(f) of the Social 
Security Act) that directs the Secretary of Health and Human Services 
to reserve a specified portion of the appropriation for these Regional 
Partnership Grants, to be used to improve the well-being of children 
affected by substance abuse. Under three prior rounds of RPG, the 
Children's Bureau has issued 74 grants to organizations such as child 
welfare or substance abuse treatment providers or family court systems 
to develop interagency collaborations and integration of programs, 
activities, and services designed to increase well-being, improve 
permanency, and enhance the safety of children who are in an out-of-
home placement or are at risk of being placed in out-of-home care as a 
result of a parent's or caretaker's substance abuse. In 2017, CB 
awarded grants to a fourth cohort of 17 grantees and in 2018 they plan 
to award 10 grants to a fifth cohort.
    The RPG cross-site evaluation will extend our understanding of what 
types of programs and services grantees provided to participants, how 
grantees leveraged their partnerships to coordinate services for 
children and families, and what the outcomes were for children and 
families enrolled in RPG programs. First, the cross-site evaluation 
will describe the characteristics of participants served by RPG 
programs, the types of services provided to families, the dosage of 
each type of service received by families, and the level of participant 
engagement with the services provided. Second, the

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cross-site will assess the coordination of partners' service systems 
(e.g., shared participant data, joint staff training) to better 
understand how partners' collaborative effort affects the array of 
services offered to families. The cross-site evaluation will also focus 
more deeply on the partnership between the child welfare and substance 
use disorder (SUD) treatment agencies, to add to the research base 
about how these agencies can collaborate to address the needs of 
children and families affected by SUD. Finally, the evaluation will 
assess the outcomes of children and adults served through the RPG 
program.
    The evaluation is being undertaken by the Children's Bureau and its 
contractor Mathematica Policy Research. The evaluation is being 
implemented by Mathematica Policy Research and its subcontractor, WRMA 
Inc.
    The RPG Cross-Site Evaluation will include the following data 
collection activities:
    1. Site visits and key informant interviews. The cross-site 
evaluation team will visit up to 21 sites to better understand the 
partnership and coordination between the child welfare and SUD 
treatment agencies. The remaining six grantees will participate in 
telephone interviews to gather similar information about their design 
and implementation. The site visits and phone interviews will focus on 
the RPG planning process; how and why particular services were 
selected; the ability of the child welfare, substance use disorder 
treatment, and other service systems to collaborate and support quality 
implementation of the RPG services; challenges experienced; and the 
potential for sustaining the collaborations and services after RPG 
funding ends.
    2. Partner survey. To describe the interagency collaboration within 
RPG sites, grantees and their partners will participate in an online 
survey once during the grant period. One person from each organization 
knowledgeable about the RPG program will be invited to participate in 
the survey. The survey will collect information about communication and 
service coordination among partners. The survey will also collect 
information on characteristics of strong partnerships (e.g., data 
sharing agreements, colocation of staff, referral procedures, and 
cross-staff training).
    3. Semi-annual progress reports. The semi-annual progress reports 
will be used to obtain updated information from grantee project 
directors about their program operations and partnerships, including 
any changes from prior periods. The CB has tailored the semi-annual 
progress reports to collect information on grantees' programs and other 
services grantees implement, the target population for the RPG program, 
and grantees' perceived successes and challenges to implementation.
    4. Enrollment, client, and service data. To document participant 
characteristics and their enrollment in RPG services, all grantees will 
provide data on family characteristics, and enrollment of and services 
provided to RPG families. These data include demographic information on 
family members, dates of entry into and exit from RPG services, and 
information on RPG service dosage. These data will be submitted on an 
ongoing basis by staff at the grantee organizations into an information 
system developed by the cross-site evaluation team.
    5. Outcome and impact data. To measure participant outcomes, all 
grantees will collect self-administered standardized instruments from 
RPG adults. The standardized instruments used in RPG collect 
information on child well-being, adult and family functioning, and 
adult substance use. Grantees will share the responses on these self-
report instruments with the cross-site evaluation team. Grantees will 
also obtain administrative data on a common set of child welfare and 
substance use disorder treatment data elements.
    In addition to conducting local evaluations and participating in 
the RPG Cross-Site Evaluation, the RPG grantees are legislatively 
required to report performance indicators aligned with their proposed 
program strategies and activities. A key strategy of the RPG Cross-Site 
Evaluation is to minimize burden on the grantees by ensuring that the 
cross-site evaluation, which includes all grantees in a study that 
collects data to report on implementation, the partnerships, and 
participant characteristics and outcomes, fully meets the need for 
performance reporting. Thus, rather than collecting separate evaluation 
and performance indicator data, the grantees need only participate in 
the cross-site evaluation. In addition, using the standardized 
instruments that the Children's Bureau has specified will ensure that 
grantees have valid and reliable data on child and family outcomes for 
their local evaluations. The inclusion of an impact study conducted on 
a subset of grantees with rigorous designs will also provide the 
Children's Bureau, Congress, grantees, providers, and researchers with 
information about the effectiveness of RPG programs.
    A 60-Day Federal Register Notice was published for this study on 
October 10, 2018. This 30-Day Federal Register Notice covers the 
following data collection activities: (1) The site visits with 
grantees; (2) the web-based survey of grantee partners (3) the semi-
annual progress reports; (4) enrollment and service data provided by 
grantees; and (6) outcome and impact data provided by grantees.
    Respondents. Respondents include grantee staff or contractors (such 
as local evaluators) and partner staff. Specific types of respondents 
and the expected number per data collection effort are noted in the 
burden table below.
    Annual burden estimates. The following instruments are proposed for 
public comment under this 30-Day Federal Register Notice. Burden for 
all components is annualized over three years.

                              RPG Cross-Site Evaluation Annualized Burden Estimates
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                                                     Number of    Average burden
                                   Total number    responses per     hours per       Estimated     Total annual
    Data collection activity      of respondents    respondent     response (in    total burden    burden hours
                                                    (each year)       hours)           hours
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                                  Site Visit and Key Informant Data Collection
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Program director in-person                    21             .33               2              42              14
 interview......................
Program manager/supervisor in-                21             .33               1              21               7
 person interview...............
Partner representative                        63             .33               1              63              21
 interviews.....................
Frontline staff interview.......              42             .33               1              42              14
Program director/manager phone                12             .33               1             4.0              12
 interview......................

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Partner survey..................             135             .33            0.42            56.3            18.8
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                                       Enrollment, client and service data
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Semi-annual progress reports....              27               2            16.5           2,673             891
Case enrollment data............              81              43            0.25         2,612.3           870.8
Case closure....................              81              43           0.017           174.2            58.1
Case closure--prenatal..........              81              33           0.017           133.7            44.6
Service log entries.............             162           2,288            0.03          37,065          12,355
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                                             Outcome and impact data
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Administrative Data:
    Obtain access to                          27               1            42.6         3,450.6          1150.2
     administrative data........
    Report administrative data..              27               2             144          23,328           7,776
Standardized instruments:
    Review and adopt reporting                27             .33               8             216              72
     templates..................
    Data entry for standardized               27             130            1.25        13,162.5         4,387.5
     instruments................
    Review records and submit...              27               2              25           4,050           1,350
    Data entry for comparison                 22             130            1.25          10,725           3,575
     study sites (22 grantees)..
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    Estimated Total Burden Hours  ..............  ..............  ..............          97,827          32,609
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    Additional Information: Copies of the proposed collection may be 
obtained by writing to the Administration for Children and Families, 
Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, 330 C Street SW, 
Washington, DC 20201. Attention Reports Clearance Officer. All requests 
should be identified by the title of the information collection. Email 
address: [email protected].
    OMB Comment: OMB is required to make a decision concerning the 
collection of information between 30 and 60 days after publication of 
this document in the Federal Register. Therefore, a comment is best 
assured of having its full effect if OMB receives it within 30 days of 
publication. Written comments and recommendations for the proposed 
information collection should be sent directly to the following: Office 
of Management and Budget, Paperwork Reduction Project, Email: 
[email protected], Attn: Desk Officer for the Administration 
for Children and Families.

Robert Sargis,
Reports Clearance Officer.
[FR Doc. 2018-27041 Filed 12-12-18; 8:45 am]
 BILLING CODE 4184-01-P