Fee Rate and Fingerprint Fees, 7303-7304 [2021-01772]

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These rates shall apply to all assessable gross revenues from each gaming operation under the jurisdiction of the Commission. If a tribe has a certificate of self-regulation, the fee rate on Class II revenues shall be 0.031% (.00031) which is one-half of the annual fee rate. The Commission may need to reassess these rates during the year, as well as the fee collection processes laid out in its regulations. This reassessment includes the Commission considering actions to potentially increase fee rates before November 2021, promulgate changes to the provisions described in the Commission’s Fees regulations, and/ or other potential measures to address the agency’s budget planning. These potential measures will not be implemented before the third quarter payment due date, will comply with the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act’s existing requirements, and will be done in consultation with tribal governments as outlined in the Agency’s policies on SUMMARY: E:\FR\FM\27JAN1.SGM 27JAN1 7304 Federal Register / Vol. 86, No. 16 / Wednesday, January 27, 2021 / Notices government-to-government consultation. The annual fee rates being adopted here are effective November 23, 2020 and will remain in effect until new rates are adopted. The National Indian Gaming Commission has also adopted its fingerprint processing fee of $45 per card effective November 13, 2020. The increase from the current $22 per card is necessary to update the NIGC’s fingerprint system and network (equipment cost) and implement additional measures required to ensure compliance with Federal Bureau of Investigation requirements. The fingerprint processing fee being adopted here is effective November 13, 2020, and will remain in effect until the Commission adopts a new rate. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Yvonne Lee, National Indian Gaming Commission, 1849 C Street NW, Mail Stop #1621, Washington, DC 20240; telephone (202) 632–7003; fax (202) 632–7066. The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) established the National Indian Gaming Commission, which is charged with regulating gaming on Indian lands. Commission regulations (25 CFR 514) provide for a system of fee assessment and payment that is self-administered by gaming operations. Pursuant to those regulations, the Commission is required to adopt and communicate assessment rates and the gaming operations are required to apply those rates to their revenues, compute the fees to be paid, report the revenues, and remit the fees to the Commission. All gaming operations within the jurisdiction of the Commission are required to selfadminister the provisions of these regulations, and report and pay any fees that are due to the Commission. Pursuant to 25 CFR 514, the Commission must also review annually the costs involved in processing fingerprint cards and set a fee based on fees charged by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and costs incurred by the Commission. Commission costs include Commission personnel, supplies, equipment costs, and postage to submit the results to the requesting tribe. khammond on DSKJM1Z7X2PROD with NOTICES SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Dated: January 13, 2021. E. Sequoyah Simermeyer, Chairman. Dated: January 12, 2021. Kathryn C. Isom-Clause, Vice Chair. 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Comments should address whether issuance of the relief specifically requested by the complainant in this investigation would affect the public health and welfare in the United States, competitive conditions in the United States economy, the production of like or directly competitive articles in the United States, or United States consumers. 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[Federal Register Volume 86, Number 16 (Wednesday, January 27, 2021)]
[Notices]
[Pages 7303-7304]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 2021-01772]


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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

National Indian Gaming Commission


Fee Rate and Fingerprint Fees

AGENCY: National Indian Gaming Commission, Interior.

ACTION: Notice.

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SUMMARY: Notice is hereby given that the National Indian Gaming 
Commission has adopted its annual fee rates of 0.00% for tier 1 and 
0.062% (.00062) for tier 2, which remain the same as current fee rates. 
These rates shall apply to all assessable gross revenues from each 
gaming operation under the jurisdiction of the Commission. If a tribe 
has a certificate of self-regulation, the fee rate on Class II revenues 
shall be 0.031% (.00031) which is one-half of the annual fee rate.
    The Commission may need to reassess these rates during the year, as 
well as the fee collection processes laid out in its regulations. This 
reassessment includes the Commission considering actions to potentially 
increase fee rates before November 2021, promulgate changes to the 
provisions described in the Commission's Fees regulations, and/or other 
potential measures to address the agency's budget planning. These 
potential measures will not be implemented before the third quarter 
payment due date, will comply with the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act's 
existing requirements, and will be done in consultation with tribal 
governments as outlined in the Agency's policies on

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government-to-government consultation. The annual fee rates being 
adopted here are effective November 23, 2020 and will remain in effect 
until new rates are adopted.
    The National Indian Gaming Commission has also adopted its 
fingerprint processing fee of $45 per card effective November 13, 2020. 
The increase from the current $22 per card is necessary to update the 
NIGC's fingerprint system and network (equipment cost) and implement 
additional measures required to ensure compliance with Federal Bureau 
of Investigation requirements. The fingerprint processing fee being 
adopted here is effective November 13, 2020, and will remain in effect 
until the Commission adopts a new rate.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Yvonne Lee, National Indian Gaming 
Commission, 1849 C Street NW, Mail Stop #1621, Washington, DC 20240; 
telephone (202) 632-7003; fax (202) 632-7066.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) 
established the National Indian Gaming Commission, which is charged 
with regulating gaming on Indian lands.
    Commission regulations (25 CFR 514) provide for a system of fee 
assessment and payment that is self-administered by gaming operations. 
Pursuant to those regulations, the Commission is required to adopt and 
communicate assessment rates and the gaming operations are required to 
apply those rates to their revenues, compute the fees to be paid, 
report the revenues, and remit the fees to the Commission. All gaming 
operations within the jurisdiction of the Commission are required to 
self-administer the provisions of these regulations, and report and pay 
any fees that are due to the Commission.
    Pursuant to 25 CFR 514, the Commission must also review annually 
the costs involved in processing fingerprint cards and set a fee based 
on fees charged by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and costs 
incurred by the Commission. Commission costs include Commission 
personnel, supplies, equipment costs, and postage to submit the results 
to the requesting tribe.

    Dated: January 13, 2021.
E. Sequoyah Simermeyer,
Chairman.

    Dated: January 12, 2021.
Kathryn C. Isom-Clause,
Vice Chair.
[FR Doc. 2021-01772 Filed 1-26-21; 8:45 am]
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