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[Docket No. 30–10716; NRC–2020–0214]
Sigma-Aldrich Company; Fort Mims
In notice document 2020–28065
appearing on pages 83109–83111 in the
issue of Monday, December 21, 2020,
make the following correction:
18:08 Jan 12, 2021
(1) On page 83109, in the first
column, in the DATES section, change
‘‘January 20, 2021’’ to read ‘‘January 21,
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OFFICE OF PERSONNEL
Federal Personnel Vetting Core
Office of Personnel
Management (OPM) and Office of the
Director of National Intelligence (ODNI).
ACTION: General statement of policy.
This action by the Acting
OPM Director in the capacity as the
Suitability and Credentialing Executive
Agent, in consultation with the Director
of National Intelligence (DNI) in the
capacity as the Security Executive
Agent, establishes a Federal Personnel
Vetting Core Doctrine to guide
transformative efforts to reform the U.S.
Government personnel security vetting
processes. This policy statement is
consistent with direction established by
the President in an Executive order
entitled Reforming Processes Related to
Suitability for Government Employment,
Fitness for Contractor Employees, and
Eligibility for Access to Classified
National Security Information,
mandating the Executive Agents to
align, to the greatest extent practicable,
the Federal workforce vetting processes
to promote mobility, improve
efficiencies and move towards an
enhanced risk management approach.
With the issuance of this general
statement of policy, the Federal
Personnel Vetting Core Doctrine
establishes the philosophy for the
Government’s personnel vetting
program and will guide development of
Government-wide and agency policy.
This Core Doctrine defines the
personnel vetting mission, its guiding
principles, key supporting processes,
and policy priorities.
DATES: Comments must be received on
or before February 12, 2021.
ADDRESSES: You may submit comments,
identified by the docket number or
Regulation Identifier Number (Z–RIN)
for this document, by any of the
• Federal eRulemaking Portal: http://
www.regulations.gov. Follow the
instructions for sending comments.
All submissions received must
include the agency name and docket
number or RIN (RIN 3206–ZA02,
October 2020) for this document. The
general policy for comments and other
submissions from members of the public
is to make these submissions available
for public viewing at http://
www.regulations.gov as they are
received without change, including any
personal identifiers or contact
information. OPM will prepare and post
a public response to major concerns
raised in the comments, as appropriate,
on its guidance Web portal, either before
or when the guidance document is
finalized and issued.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Dorianna Rice at Suitability Executive
Agent Programs, OPM, SuitEA@opm.gov
or (202) 606–8460 and/or National
Counterintelligence and Security
Center, ODNI, at SecEA@dni.gov.
Authority for This Action
Executive Order 13467, Reforming
Processes Related to Suitability for
Government Employment, Fitness for
Contractor Employees, and Eligibility
for Access to Classified National
Security Information (June 30, 2008), as
amended, established the DNI as the
Security Executive Agent and the
Director of OPM as the Suitability &
Credentialing Executive Agent.1 ODNI
and OPM are the primary entities
responsible for policy and oversight of
the Federal Government’s personnel
vetting process. The ODNI and OPM are
issuing this general statement of policy
to inform Federal agencies and the
public of a new framework designed to
guide the fundamental transformation of
the Federal Government’s personnel
vetting process. All other applicable
authorities are cited within the body of
the general statement of policy below. 5
U.S.C. 552(a)(1)(D) provides that
agencies publish their general
1 Previously, OPM was already responsible for
issuing the standards by which candidates for the
competitive and senior executive service were to be
assessed for entry into the civil service, pursuant to
the President’s statutory authority to establish the
criteria for entry into the competitive service, and
his delegation of that authority to OPM through the
Civil Service Rules. 5 U.S.C. 3301, 3302; E.O.
10577, Civil Service Rules II, and V, codified at 5
CFR parts 2 and 5, as amended. Under President
Clinton’s E.O. 12968 (Aug. 2, 1995), the Security
Policy Board and successor Policy Coordinating
Committee were responsible for recommending
standards to the President by which eligibility for
access to classified information was to be
determined. With President George W. Bush’s
promulgation of E.O. 13467, the Director of
National Intelligence assumed that function. E.O.
13467, and subsequent Executive Orders, have also
made OPM responsible for issuing standards related
to for eligibility for logical or physical access to
Government systems and facilities; fitness for
performing work on behalf of the Government
under a contract; and fitness for appointment to the
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[Docket No. 30-10716; NRC-2020-0214]
Sigma-Aldrich Company; Fort Mims Site
In notice document 2020-28065 appearing on pages 83109-83111 in the
issue of Monday, December 21, 2020, make the following correction:
(1) On page 83109, in the first column, in the DATES section,
change ``January 20, 2021'' to read ``January 21, 2021.''
[FR Doc. C1-2020-28065 Filed 1-12-21; 8:45 am]
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