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Download as PDF Federal Register / Vol. 87, No. 54 / Monday, March 21, 2022 / Notices development activities for each survey that is connected to the clearance. If this project were not carried out, the quality of the data collected in the surveys would suffer. Description of Respondents: Individuals or households; Business or other for-profit; Not-for-profit institutions; Farms; State, Local or Tribal Government. Number of Respondents: 3,630. Frequency of Responses: Reporting: Annually. Total Burden Hours: 1,815. Ruth Brown, Departmental Information Collection Clearance Officer. [FR Doc. 2022–05846 Filed 3–18–22; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 3410–18–P by the President and confirmed by the Senate. CSB investigations look into all aspects of chemical accidents and hazards, including physical causes such as equipment failure as well as inadequacies in regulations, industry standards, and safety management systems. Public Participation The meeting is free and open to the public. This meeting will only be available via ZOOM. Close captions (CC) will be provided. To submit public comments for the record please email us at public@ csb.gov. Public comments sent in advance may be addressed at the meeting. Dated: March 16, 2022. Tamara Qureshi, Assistant General Counsel, Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board. CHEMICAL SAFETY AND HAZARD INVESTIGATION BOARD [FR Doc. 2022–06020 Filed 3–17–22; 4:15 pm] Sunshine Act Meeting BILLING CODE 6350–01–P April 28, 2022, 2:00 p.m. EDT (2 hours). PLACE: The meeting will be held virtually via ZOOM. The access information will be provided by email to registrants. Registration is required via the below link: https:// www.zoomgov.com/meeting/register/ vJItde2pqjMtHCuA_ 6JltSsLYaKxkqOk1dc. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. STATUS: Open to the public. MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED: The Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB) will convene a public meeting on Thursday, April 28, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. EDT. This meeting serves to fulfill its quarterly April public meeting requirement. The Board will review the CSB’s progress in meeting its mission and highlight safety products newly released through investigations and safety recommendations. TIME AND DATE: CONTACT PERSON FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: Hillary Cohen, khammond on DSKJM1Z7X2PROD with NOTICES Communications Manager, at public@ csb.gov or (202) 446–8094. Further information about this public meeting can be found on the CSB website at: www.csb.gov. Additional Information Background The CSB is an independent federal agency charged with investigating incidents and hazards that result, or may result, in the catastrophic release of extremely hazardous substances. The agency’s Board Members are appointed VerDate Sep<11>2014 21:01 Mar 18, 2022 Jkt 256001 CHEMICAL SAFETY AND HAZARD INVESTIGATION BOARD Senior Executive Service Performance Review Board—Appointment of Members U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB). ACTION: Notice of members of Senior Executive Service Performance Review Board. AGENCY: This notice announces the membership of the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Review Board (CSB) Senior Executive Service (SES) Performance Review Board (PRB). DATES: These appointments are effective on the date of publication of this notice to March 2024. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Selena Simmons-Ferguson, HR Director, CSB, 1750 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Suite 910, (202) 510–3054. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: 5 U.S.C. 4314(c)(1) requires each agency to establish, in accordance with regulations with regulations prescribed by the Office of Personnel Management, a performance review board (PRB). The PRB reviews the initial performance ratings of members of the Senior Executive Service (SES) and makes recommendations for final annual performance ratings for senior executives. In addition, the PRB will review and recommend executive performance bonuses and pay increases. Publication of the PRB membership is required by 5 U.S.C. 4314(c)(4). Because SUMMARY: PO 00000 Frm 00002 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 15909 the CSB is a small independent Federal agency, in addition to members from the CSB, the agency is drawing an additional SES member for its PRB from another Federal agency. The members of the CSB’s PRB have committed to serving a two-year term. The Board shall consist of at least three members, and more than half of the members shall consist of career appointees. The following persons comprise a standing roster to serve as members of the CSB Senior Executive Service PRB: Bruce Walker, Senior Advisor, CSB; David LaCerte, Senior Advisor/Executive Counsel, CSB; Steven Klejst, Executive Director— Investigations and Recommendations, CSB; Susan Kantrowitz, Managing Director, CSB; and Jerold Gidner, Director, Bureau of Trust Funds Administration, U.S. Department of Interior. Dated: March 16, 2022. Tamara Qureshi, Assistant General Counsel, Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board. [FR Doc. 2022–05868 Filed 3–18–22; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE P DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Census Bureau Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for Review and Approval; Comment Request; American Community Survey 2022 Content Test The Department of Commerce will submit the following information collection request to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for review and clearance in accordance with the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, on or after the date of publication of this notice. We invite the general public and other Federal agencies to comment on proposed, and continuing information collections, which helps us assess the impact of our information collection requirements and minimize the public’s reporting burden. Public comments were previously requested via the Federal Register on February 9, 2021, during a 60-day comment period. This notice allows for an additional 30 days for public comments. Agency: U.S. Census Bureau, Department of Commerce. Title: American Community Survey 2022 Content Test. OMB Control Number: 0607–0936. Form Number(s): ACS–1, ACS CAPI, ACS internet. E:\FR\FM\21MRN1.SGM 21MRN1 khammond on DSKJM1Z7X2PROD with NOTICES 15910 Federal Register / Vol. 87, No. 54 / Monday, March 21, 2022 / Notices Type of Request: Regular submission, Request for a Nonsubstantive Change of a Currently Approved Collection. Number of Respondents: 120,000 (initial interview); 58,800 (follow-up interview). Average Hours per Response: 40 minutes (initial interview); 20 minutes (follow-up). Total Burden Hours: 99,600 (80,000 initial interview; 19,600 follow-up). Needs and Uses: Content testing is conducted by the Census Bureau periodically to improve data quality. The 2022 ACS Content Test will be a field test of new and revised content. Data from the test will help determine if the proposed wording produces data quality that is as good as or better than the existing questions. For new questions, the test will help determine if there are any data quality issues from the proposed question, or if two versions are being tested which one performs better. The results of this test will help determine which new or revised questions will be implemented in the ACS. The Census Bureau, in coordination with the Office of Management and Budget Interagency Committee for the ACS, solicited proposals for question changes or additions from over twenty Federal agencies. The following topics will be included in the field test: Household roster, educational attainment, health insurance coverage, disability, income, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and labor force questions. Additionally, three new questions will be tested on solar panels, electric vehicles, and sewage disposal. A summary of changes for each topic are as follows: Household Roster—The roster instructions have not changed since the 1990s while household living arrangements have increased in complexity. The revisions attempt to capture more complex living situations and improve within household coverage, especially among young children and tenuously attached residents. Educational Attainment—A relatively high percentage of respondents are selecting the response category, ‘‘No schooling completed.’’ Ongoing research suggests that this includes adults who have completed some level of schooling. The revision attempts to reduce the erroneous reports in this category through formatting and wording changes to clarify the response options. Health Insurance Coverage—The purpose of testing the revised health insurance question is to enhance question reliability and validity. Since implementation in 2008, research has VerDate Sep<11>2014 21:01 Mar 18, 2022 Jkt 256001 found that Medicaid and other meanstested programs are underreported in the ACS and that direct-purchase coverage is overreported, in part due to misreporting of non-comprehensive health plans and reporting multiple coverage types for the same plan (Mach & O’Hara, 2011; Lynch et al., 2011; Boudreaux et al., 2014; O’Hara, 2010; Boudreaux et al., 2011; Boudreaux et al., 2013). Moreover, revisions to the health insurance coverage question would help capture changes to the health insurance landscape that occurred with and since the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Changes to the health insurance coverage question include the following: Reordering some response options and rewording response options for direct purchase, Medicaid, employer, and veteran’s health care. A second version of the question will test these same changes along with a change to the format of the question that adds an explicit response category for those who are uninsured. Disability—The series of six disability questions are being revised to capture population information on functioning in a manner that reflects advances in the measurement of disability and is conceptually consistent the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) disability framework (World Health Organization, 2001). Changes include using graded response categories to reflect the continuum of functional abilities (the current questions use a dichotomous yes/no response), reordering the questions, and modifying question text. Additionally, a new question being tested attempts to capture difficulties related to psychosocial and cognitive disability in addition to problems with speech. Income and SNAP—The Census Bureau is conducting research to determine the feasibility of using administrative sources as a replacement or supplement to the income questions currently fielded on the survey. Administrative data sources on employment, income, and public assistance benefits from the Internal Revenue Service, Social Security Administration, and state administrative offices could meet the agency needs for many types of income, transfer benefits, and employment data. If administrative data use in ACS production is implemented, it could provide farreaching benefits for multiple ACS topics including income, SNAP, and employment. To better align with administrative data sources on many types of income and transfer benefits, we are testing a PO 00000 Frm 00003 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 change in the reference period from the ‘‘past 12 months’’ to asking about the prior calendar year. Aside from the reference period change, overall instructions are being updated along with instructions for public assistance and retirement income, question wording is being changed for selfemployment, public assistance, and total income, and rental income is being collected separately from the interest question. Two versions of the income questions will be tested: One with a change in reference period and the question modifications and the other with only question modifications. The SNAP question will only test changes to the reference period, the question itself is not changing. Labor Force Questions—The changes proposed to the Labor Force question series are linked to the changes proposed to the Income series of questions, which change the reference period from ‘‘during the past 12 months’’ to asking about the prior calendar year. Changing the reference period to the prior calendar year will allow the ACS to better align with administrative records, which, if used, could improve the quality of ACS estimates. In order to implement the change in reference period, an additional question is also added for respondents who have worked in the past five years. Aside from the change of reference period, changes to the question instructions will also be tested (in two formats). Electric Vehicles—This new question asks if there are plug-in electric vehicles kept at the housing unit. By adding this question, we will be able to project future energy sources, infrastructure, and consumer needs for the growing popularity of electric vehicles. The ACS would be the only data source at the housing unit level to adequately make these projections. Solar Panels—This new question asks if the housing unit uses solar panels that generate electricity. By adding this question, we will be able to obtain data for operational solar panels on a housing unit level across the country. This information will help the Energy Information Administration (EIA) match energy consumption to energy production across the United States. Sewage Disposal—This new question asks if the housing unit is connected to a public sewer, septic tank, or other type of sewage system. By adding this question, we will be able to obtain consistent data on the decentralized wastewater infrastructure status in rural and other communities. This is needed to protect public health, water quality, and to understand and meet the E:\FR\FM\21MRN1.SGM 21MRN1 khammond on DSKJM1Z7X2PROD with NOTICES Federal Register / Vol. 87, No. 54 / Monday, March 21, 2022 / Notices country’s growing infrastructure needs. The ACS is the only available survey that can provide these levels of data in a timely, consistent, and standardized manner. To evaluate the proposed changes, the 2022 Content Test will include a control and two experimental treatments. The Control Treatment will include the current ACS (production) version of the questions. New topics will also be included in this treatment. The Test Treatment will include the test question version for all topics except household roster. Because changes to withinhousehold coverage can impact results of person-level questions, the household roster question(s) will be the current production version in order to avoid confounding. Changes to the roster question(s) will be tested in a separate treatment, called the Roster Treatment. Additionally, health insurance coverage, labor force, and income will include a second set of experimental questions to be tested in the Roster Treatment. Each topic will be evaluated using a variety of metrics, including item missing data rates, response distributions, comparisons to benchmarks and administrative data, response reliability, and other topicspecific metrics. Comparisons will be made between the Control Treatment and the experimental treatments. In some cases, the two experimental treatments will also be compared. Results of the test will inform decisions about changing content on the ACS. Affected Public: Individuals or households. Frequency: One-time test. Respondent’s Obligation: Mandatory. Legal Authority: Title 13 U.S.C. Sections 141, 193, and 221. This information collection request may be viewed at www.reginfo.gov. Follow the instructions to view the Department of Commerce collections currently under review by OMB. Written comments and recommendations for the proposed information collection should be submitted within 30 days of the publication of this notice on the following website www.reginfo.gov/ public/do/PRAMain. Find this particular information collection by selecting ‘‘Currently under 30-day Review—Open for Public Comments’’ or by using the search function and VerDate Sep<11>2014 21:01 Mar 18, 2022 Jkt 256001 entering either the title of the collection or the OMB Control Number 0607–0936. Sheleen Dumas, Department PRA Clearance Officer, Office of the Chief Information Officer, Commerce Department. [FR Doc. 2022–05937 Filed 3–18–22; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 3510–07–P DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Foreign-Trade Zones Board [B–8–2022] Foreign-Trade Zone (FTZ) 43—Battle Creek, Michigan; Notification of Proposed Production Activity; Pfizer, Inc. (Lipid Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients), Kalamazoo, Michigan Pfizer, Inc. (Pfizer) submitted a notification of proposed production activity to the FTZ Board (the Board) for its facility in Kalamazoo, Michigan within Subzone 43E. The notification conforming to the requirements of the Board’s regulations (15 CFR 400.22) was received on March 11, 2022. Pursuant to 15 CFR 400.14(b), FTZ production activity would be limited to the specific foreign-status materials/ components and specific finished products described in the submitted notification (summarized below) and subsequently authorized by the Board. The benefits that may stem from conducting production activity under FTZ procedures are explained in the background section of the Board’s website—accessible via www.trade.gov/ ftz. The proposed finished products and materials/components would be added to the production authority that the Board previously approved for the operation, as reflected on the Board’s website. The proposed finished products include active pharmaceutical ingredients for Pfizer’s COVID–19 vaccine—Lipid ALC-0159 K Finished and Lipid ALC-0315 Crude (duty rate is 3.7% or 6.5%). The proposed foreign-status materials and components include: Methoxy Polyethylene Glycol (MPEG) Acid; Enzyme CDX-616; Registered Starter Chemical PF-07321332; 2,2,6,6Tetramethylpiperidine-1-Oxyl; 1Propanephosphonic Acid Cyclic Andydrid; 4-Amino-1-Butanol; Tetamine NS Succinate Salt; and, 2Hexyldecanoic Acid (duty rate ranges from duty free to 6.5%). The request indicates that certain materials/ components are subject to duties under Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974 (Section 301), depending on the country PO 00000 Frm 00004 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 15911 of origin. The applicable Section 301 decisions require subject merchandise to be admitted to FTZs in privileged foreign status (19 CFR 146.41). Public comment is invited from interested parties. Submissions shall be addressed to the Board’s Executive Secretary and sent to: ftz@trade.gov. The closing period for their receipt is May 2, 2022. A copy of the notification will be available for public inspection in the ‘‘Online FTZ Information System’’ section of the Board’s website. For further information, contact Diane Finver at Diane.Finver@trade.gov. Dated: March 15, 2022. Andrew McGilvray, Executive Secretary. [FR Doc. 2022–05810 Filed 3–18–22; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 3510–DS–P DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Bureau of Industry and Security Emerging Technology Technical Advisory Committee; Notice of Partially Closed Meeting The Emerging Technology Technical Advisory Committee (ETTAC) will meet on April 8, 2022, at 11 a.m., Eastern Daylight Time. The meeting will be available via teleconference. The Committee advises the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Export Administration on the identification of emerging and foundational technologies with potential dual-use applications as early as possible in their developmental stages both within the United States and abroad. Agenda Open Session 1. Welcome and Introductions. 2. Introduction by the Bureau of Industry and Security Leadership. 3. Presentation: Bringing the Chipmakers Home—Attracting Manufactures and the Talent to Sustain Them. Questions and Answers. 4. Public Comments/Announcements. Closed Session 5. Discussion of matters determined to be exempt from the provisions relating to public meetings found in 5 U.S.C. App. 10(a)(1) and 10(a)(3). The open session will be accessible via teleconference. To join the conference, submit inquiries to Ms. Yvette Springer at Yvette.Springer@ bis.doc.gov no later than April 1, 2022. To the extent time permits, members of the public may present oral statements to the Committee. 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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

Census Bureau


Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission to the 
Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for Review and Approval; Comment 
Request; American Community Survey 2022 Content Test

    The Department of Commerce will submit the following information 
collection request to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for 
review and clearance in accordance with the Paperwork Reduction Act of 
1995, on or after the date of publication of this notice. We invite the 
general public and other Federal agencies to comment on proposed, and 
continuing information collections, which helps us assess the impact of 
our information collection requirements and minimize the public's 
reporting burden. Public comments were previously requested via the 
Federal Register on February 9, 2021, during a 60-day comment period. 
This notice allows for an additional 30 days for public comments.
    Agency: U.S. Census Bureau, Department of Commerce.
    Title: American Community Survey 2022 Content Test.
    OMB Control Number: 0607-0936.
    Form Number(s): ACS-1, ACS CAPI, ACS internet.

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    Type of Request: Regular submission, Request for a Nonsubstantive 
Change of a Currently Approved Collection.
    Number of Respondents: 120,000 (initial interview); 58,800 (follow-
up interview).
    Average Hours per Response: 40 minutes (initial interview); 20 
minutes (follow-up).
    Total Burden Hours: 99,600 (80,000 initial interview; 19,600 
follow-up).
    Needs and Uses: Content testing is conducted by the Census Bureau 
periodically to improve data quality. The 2022 ACS Content Test will be 
a field test of new and revised content. Data from the test will help 
determine if the proposed wording produces data quality that is as good 
as or better than the existing questions. For new questions, the test 
will help determine if there are any data quality issues from the 
proposed question, or if two versions are being tested which one 
performs better. The results of this test will help determine which new 
or revised questions will be implemented in the ACS.
    The Census Bureau, in coordination with the Office of Management 
and Budget Interagency Committee for the ACS, solicited proposals for 
question changes or additions from over twenty Federal agencies. The 
following topics will be included in the field test: Household roster, 
educational attainment, health insurance coverage, disability, income, 
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and labor force 
questions. Additionally, three new questions will be tested on solar 
panels, electric vehicles, and sewage disposal. A summary of changes 
for each topic are as follows:
    Household Roster--The roster instructions have not changed since 
the 1990s while household living arrangements have increased in 
complexity. The revisions attempt to capture more complex living 
situations and improve within household coverage, especially among 
young children and tenuously attached residents.
    Educational Attainment--A relatively high percentage of respondents 
are selecting the response category, ``No schooling completed.'' 
Ongoing research suggests that this includes adults who have completed 
some level of schooling. The revision attempts to reduce the erroneous 
reports in this category through formatting and wording changes to 
clarify the response options.
    Health Insurance Coverage--The purpose of testing the revised 
health insurance question is to enhance question reliability and 
validity. Since implementation in 2008, research has found that 
Medicaid and other means-tested programs are underreported in the ACS 
and that direct-purchase coverage is overreported, in part due to 
misreporting of non-comprehensive health plans and reporting multiple 
coverage types for the same plan (Mach & O'Hara, 2011; Lynch et al., 
2011; Boudreaux et al., 2014; O'Hara, 2010; Boudreaux et al., 2011; 
Boudreaux et al., 2013). Moreover, revisions to the health insurance 
coverage question would help capture changes to the health insurance 
landscape that occurred with and since the passage of the Patient 
Protection and Affordable Care Act.
    Changes to the health insurance coverage question include the 
following: Reordering some response options and rewording response 
options for direct purchase, Medicaid, employer, and veteran's health 
care. A second version of the question will test these same changes 
along with a change to the format of the question that adds an explicit 
response category for those who are uninsured.
    Disability--The series of six disability questions are being 
revised to capture population information on functioning in a manner 
that reflects advances in the measurement of disability and is 
conceptually consistent the World Health Organization's International 
Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) disability 
framework (World Health Organization, 2001). Changes include using 
graded response categories to reflect the continuum of functional 
abilities (the current questions use a dichotomous yes/no response), 
reordering the questions, and modifying question text. Additionally, a 
new question being tested attempts to capture difficulties related to 
psychosocial and cognitive disability in addition to problems with 
speech.
    Income and SNAP--The Census Bureau is conducting research to 
determine the feasibility of using administrative sources as a 
replacement or supplement to the income questions currently fielded on 
the survey. Administrative data sources on employment, income, and 
public assistance benefits from the Internal Revenue Service, Social 
Security Administration, and state administrative offices could meet 
the agency needs for many types of income, transfer benefits, and 
employment data. If administrative data use in ACS production is 
implemented, it could provide far-reaching benefits for multiple ACS 
topics including income, SNAP, and employment.
    To better align with administrative data sources on many types of 
income and transfer benefits, we are testing a change in the reference 
period from the ``past 12 months'' to asking about the prior calendar 
year. Aside from the reference period change, overall instructions are 
being updated along with instructions for public assistance and 
retirement income, question wording is being changed for self-
employment, public assistance, and total income, and rental income is 
being collected separately from the interest question. Two versions of 
the income questions will be tested: One with a change in reference 
period and the question modifications and the other with only question 
modifications. The SNAP question will only test changes to the 
reference period, the question itself is not changing.
    Labor Force Questions--The changes proposed to the Labor Force 
question series are linked to the changes proposed to the Income series 
of questions, which change the reference period from ``during the past 
12 months'' to asking about the prior calendar year. Changing the 
reference period to the prior calendar year will allow the ACS to 
better align with administrative records, which, if used, could improve 
the quality of ACS estimates. In order to implement the change in 
reference period, an additional question is also added for respondents 
who have worked in the past five years. Aside from the change of 
reference period, changes to the question instructions will also be 
tested (in two formats).
    Electric Vehicles--This new question asks if there are plug-in 
electric vehicles kept at the housing unit. By adding this question, we 
will be able to project future energy sources, infrastructure, and 
consumer needs for the growing popularity of electric vehicles. The ACS 
would be the only data source at the housing unit level to adequately 
make these projections.
    Solar Panels--This new question asks if the housing unit uses solar 
panels that generate electricity. By adding this question, we will be 
able to obtain data for operational solar panels on a housing unit 
level across the country. This information will help the Energy 
Information Administration (EIA) match energy consumption to energy 
production across the United States.
    Sewage Disposal--This new question asks if the housing unit is 
connected to a public sewer, septic tank, or other type of sewage 
system. By adding this question, we will be able to obtain consistent 
data on the decentralized wastewater infrastructure status in rural and 
other communities. This is needed to protect public health, water 
quality, and to understand and meet the

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country's growing infrastructure needs. The ACS is the only available 
survey that can provide these levels of data in a timely, consistent, 
and standardized manner.
    To evaluate the proposed changes, the 2022 Content Test will 
include a control and two experimental treatments. The Control 
Treatment will include the current ACS (production) version of the 
questions. New topics will also be included in this treatment. The Test 
Treatment will include the test question version for all topics except 
household roster. Because changes to within-household coverage can 
impact results of person-level questions, the household roster 
question(s) will be the current production version in order to avoid 
confounding. Changes to the roster question(s) will be tested in a 
separate treatment, called the Roster Treatment. Additionally, health 
insurance coverage, labor force, and income will include a second set 
of experimental questions to be tested in the Roster Treatment.
    Each topic will be evaluated using a variety of metrics, including 
item missing data rates, response distributions, comparisons to 
benchmarks and administrative data, response reliability, and other 
topic-specific metrics. Comparisons will be made between the Control 
Treatment and the experimental treatments. In some cases, the two 
experimental treatments will also be compared. Results of the test will 
inform decisions about changing content on the ACS.
    Affected Public: Individuals or households.
    Frequency: One-time test.
    Respondent's Obligation: Mandatory.
    Legal Authority: Title 13 U.S.C. Sections 141, 193, and 221.
    This information collection request may be viewed at 
www.reginfo.gov. Follow the instructions to view the Department of 
Commerce collections currently under review by OMB.
    Written comments and recommendations for the proposed information 
collection should be submitted within 30 days of the publication of 
this notice on the following website www.reginfo.gov/public/do/PRAMain. 
Find this particular information collection by selecting ``Currently 
under 30-day Review--Open for Public Comments'' or by using the search 
function and entering either the title of the collection or the OMB 
Control Number 0607-0936.

Sheleen Dumas,
Department PRA Clearance Officer, Office of the Chief Information 
Officer, Commerce Department.
[FR Doc. 2022-05937 Filed 3-18-22; 8:45 am]
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