Agency Information Collection Activities; Tribal Self-Governance Program

CourtIndian Affairs Bureau,Interior Department
Citation86 FR 74419
Record Number2021-28336
Publication Date30 December 2021
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010–0–10S), Autorizacio
´n del
Propietario/Acuerdo de Entrada y
Salida; FF–104–FY–21–111 (English)
(formerly 009–0–138), Transportable
Temporary Housing Unit Inspection
Report; FF–104–FY–21–112 (English)
(formerly 009–0–136), Transportable
Temporary Housing Unit Installation
Work Order; FF–104–FY–21–113
(English) (formerly 009–0–130),
Transportable Temporary Housing Unit
Maintenance Work Order.
Abstract: The information collected is
used to determine the feasibility of a
potential site for placement of
temporary housing units (THUs) to
ensure the THUs are ready for applicant
occupancy, and to confirm applicant
understanding of the requirements of
occupancy of the THUs. The
information will also provide FEMA
with access to place the THUs, to
document the installation and
maintenance of the THUs, and to
retrieve the THUs at the end of their
use.
Affected Public: Individuals or
households, business or other for-profit.
Estimated Number of Respondents:
50,000.
Estimated Number of Responses:
50,000.
Estimated Total Annual Burden
Hours: 12,088.
Estimated Total Annual Respondent
Cost: $559,509.
Estimated Respondents’ Operation
and Maintenance Costs: $0.
Estimated Respondents’ Capital and
Start-Up Costs: $0.
Estimated Total Annual Cost to the
Federal Government: $10,578,900.
Comments
Comments may be submitted as
indicated in the
ADDRESSES
caption
above. Comments are solicited to (a)
evaluate whether the proposed data
collection is necessary for the proper
performance of the agency, including
whether the information shall have
practical utility; (b) evaluate the
accuracy of the agency’s estimate of the
burden of the proposed collection of
information, including the validity of
the methodology and assumptions used;
(c) enhance the quality, utility, and
clarity of the information to be
collected; and (d) minimize the burden
of the collection of information on those
who are to respond, including through
the use of appropriate automated,
electronic, mechanical, or other
technological collection techniques or
other forms of information technology,
e.g., permitting electronic submission of
responses.
Millicent L. Brown,
Acting Branch Chief, Records Management
Branch, Office of the Chief Administrative
Officer, Mission Support, Federal Emergency
Management Agency, Department of
Homeland Security.
[FR Doc. 2021–28346 Filed 12–29–21; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 9111–23–P
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Bureau of Indian Affairs
[222A2100DD/AAKC001030/
A0A501010.999900253G; OMB Control
Number 1076–0143]
Agency Information Collection
Activities; Tribal Self-Governance
Program
AGENCY
: Bureau of Indian Affairs,
Interior.
ACTION
: Notice of information collection;
request for comment.
SUMMARY
: In accordance with the
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, we,
the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), are
proposing to renew an information
collection.
DATES
: Interested persons are invited to
submit comments on or before February
28, 2022.
ADDRESSES
: Send your comments on
this information collection request (ICR)
by mail to Steven Mullen, Information
Collection Clearance Officer, Office of
Regulatory Affairs and Collaborative
Action—Indian Affairs, U.S. Department
of the Interior, 1001 Indian School Road
NW, Suite 229, Albuquerque, New
Mexico 87104; or by email to
comments@bia.gov. Please reference
Office of Management and Budget
(OMB) Control Number 1076–0143 in
the subject line of your comments.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
: To
request additional information about
this ICR, contact Ms. Sharee M.
Freeman, Director, Office of Self-
Governance, Department of the Interior,
by email at Sharee.Freeman@bia.gov, or
by telephone at (202) 219–0240.
Individuals who are hearing or speech
impaired may call the Federal Relay
Service at 1–800–877–8339 for TTY
assistance. You may also view the ICR
at http://www.reginfo.gov/public/do/
PRAMain.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
: In
accordance with the Paperwork
Reduction Act of 1995 (PRA, 44 U.S.C.
3501 et seq.) and 5 CFR 1320.8(d)(1), all
information collections require approval
under the PRA. We may not conduct or
sponsor and you are not required to
respond to a collection of information
unless it displays a currently valid OMB
control number.
As part of our continuing effort to
reduce paperwork and respondent
burdens, we invite the public and other
Federal agencies to comment on new,
proposed, revised, and continuing
collections of information. This helps us
assess the impact of our information
collection requirements and minimize
the public’s reporting burden. It also
helps the public understand our
information collection requirements and
provide the requested data in the
desired format.
We are especially interested in public
comment addressing the following:
(1) Whether or not the collection of
information is necessary for the proper
performance of the functions of the
agency, including whether or not the
information will have practical utility;
(2) The accuracy of our estimate of the
burden for this collection of
information, including the validity of
the methodology and assumptions used;
(3) Ways to enhance the quality,
utility, and clarity of the information to
be collected; and
(4) How might the agency minimize
the burden of the collection of
information on those who are to
respond, including through the use of
appropriate automated, electronic,
mechanical, or other technological
collection techniques or other forms of
information technology, e.g., permitting
electronic submission of response.
Comments that you submit in
response to this notice are a matter of
public record. We will include or
summarize each comment in our request
to OMB to approve this ICR. Before
including your address, phone number,
email address, or other personal
identifying information in your
comment, you should be aware that
your entire comment—including your
personal identifying information—may
be made publicly available at any time.
While you can ask us in your comment
to withhold your personal identifying
information from public review, we
cannot guarantee that we will be able to
do so.
Abstract: The Self-Governance
program is authorized by the Tribal Self-
Governance Act of 1994, Public Law
103–413 (the Act), as amended. Indian
Tribes interested in entering into Self-
Governance must submit certain
information as required by the Act. In
addition, those Tribes and Tribal
consortia that have entered into Self-
Governance funding agreements will be
requested to submit certain information
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as described in 25 CFR 1000. This
information will be used to justify a
budget request submission on their
behalf and to comport with section 405
of the Act that calls for the Secretary to
submit an annual report to the Congress.
Title of Collection: Tribal Self-
Governance Program.
OMB Control Number: 1076–0143.
Form Number: Annual Self-
Governance Report Form.
Type of Review: Extension of a
currently approved collection.
Respondents/Affected Public:
Federally recognized Indian Tribes and
Tribal consortia participating in or
wishing to enter into Tribal Self-
Governance.
Total Estimated Number of Annual
Respondents: 75.
Total Estimated Number of Annual
Responses: 84.
Estimated Completion Time per
Response: Completion times vary from
15 minutes to 400 hours, with an
average of approximately 43 hours.
Total Estimated Number of Annual
Burden Hours: 4,443 hours.
Respondent’s Obligation: Required to
obtain a benefit.
Frequency of Collection: On occasion
or annually.
Total Estimated Annual Nonhour
Burden Cost: $10,500.
An agency may not conduct or
sponsor and a person is not required to
respond to a collection of information
unless it displays a currently valid OMB
control number.
The authority for this action is the
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (44
U.S.C. 3501 et seq.).
Steven Mullen,
Information Collection Clearance Officer,
Office of Regulatory Affairs and Collaborative
Action—Indian Affairs.
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BILLING CODE 4337–15–P
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Bureau of Land Management
[LLORN03000.L63100000.DB0000.
17XL1116AF.252Z. HAG 21–0300]
Notice of Intent To Prepare the Hult
Reservoir and Dam Safety
Environmental Impact Statement in
Lane County, OR
AGENCY
: Bureau of Land Management,
Interior.
ACTION
: Notice of intent.
SUMMARY
: In accordance with the
National Environmental Policy Act of
1969 (NEPA) and the Federal Land
Policy and Management Act of 1976, the
Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
Siuslaw Field Office, Northwest Oregon
District, Oregon, intends to prepare the
Hult Reservoir and Dam Safety
Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
Through this notice, the BLM is
announcing the beginning of the
scoping process to solicit public
comments and identify potential issues
for analysis.
DATES
: This notice initiates the public
scoping process for the EIS. Comments
may be submitted in writing until
January 31, 2022.
The date(s) and location(s) of scoping
meetings will be announced at least 15
days in advance on the BLM National
NEPA Register at: https://
eplanning.blm.gov/eplanning-ui/
project/99598/510. Interested parties
can also register for email notifications
of the scoping meetings by submitting
an email request to: BLM_OR_NO_SIU_
Hult_Dam_EIS@blm.gov.
To be included in the Draft EIS, all
comments must be received prior to the
close of the 30-day scoping period or 15
days after the last public meeting,
whichever is later. The BLM will
provide additional opportunities for
public participation upon publication of
the Draft EIS.
ADDRESSES
: You may submit comments
related to the EIS by either of the
following methods:
Email: BLM_OR_NO_SIU_
Hult_Dam_EIS@blm.gov;
Mail: Siuslaw Field Office ATTN:
Cheryl Adcock/Hult Reservoir and Dam
Safety EIS, 3106 Pierce Parkway, Suite
E, Springfield OR 97477–7909.
Documents pertinent to this proposal
may be examined at the Northwest
Oregon District’s Springfield
Interagency Office located at 3106
Pierce Parkway in Springfield, Oregon.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
:
Cheryl Adcock, at (541) 683–6145 or by
email at BLM_OR_NO_SIU_Hult_
Dam_EIS@blm.gov. Contact Ms. Adcock
if you wish to add your name to our
mailing list. Persons who use a
telecommunications device for the deaf
(TDD) may call the Federal Relay
Service at 1–800–877–8339 to contact
Ms. Adcock during normal business
hours. The service is available 24 hours
a day, 7 days a week, to leave a message
or question. You will receive a reply
during normal business hours.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
: The Hult
Reservoir is located within the Lake
Creek watershed, near the community of
Horton, Oregon, within the BLM
Siuslaw Field Office of the Northwest
Oregon District.
Hult Reservoir is a 41-acre pond,
approximately a half-mile long and less
than a quarter-mile wide. Hult Dam is
an earthen dam consisting of loose rock
placed on the downstream face and is
one of nine high-hazard-rated dams
managed by the BLM due to the
proximity of downstream residents and
the potential for loss of life.
The dam and spillway at Hult
Reservoir were originally constructed in
1949 or 1950 by the Hult Timber
Company to create a holding pond for
logs. These lands were transferred to the
BLM in 1994. The site is now primarily
used for recreation.
During severe winter weather, the
amount of rainfall in the catchment area
contributes substantially to the water
levels in the reservoir. The dam requires
constant monitoring and adjustment of
the outflow valve by BLM engineers to
avoid overwhelming the current water
level controls in place. Since the
transfer of ownership, costly
renovations (e.g., grouting,
reinforcement structures, and
monitoring devices) to the dam have
been ongoing to address existing and
imminent structural and safety
concerns.
In 2017, the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers (USACE) conducted an
inspection of the dam, which identified
several potential failure modes that
would cause an uncontrolled release of
impounded water downstream, and the
projected inundation area would impact
70 to 130 people in the community of
Horton, as well as Oregon State
Highway 36. An uncontrolled release
could result in loss of life and damage
to infrastructure critical for access to the
area by emergency services. The
primary potential failure mode
identified during this inspection was
overtopping and breach during a large
flood event. A secondary potential
failure mode was instability of the
spillway dike near the spillway. This
area is marginally stable and is built on
a foundation of ancient landslide
material. Prolonged rainfall and
elevated flows may cause an increase in
groundwater, leading to the failure of
the structure.
As a result of this 2017 inspection and
its associated 2018 report, the BLM
requested that USACE provide the BLM
with various options that would reduce
the risks found in the inspection. In
response, USACE did preliminary
feasibility analysis on four options: (1)
Raise the dam crest height to decrease
the probability of overtopping during a
storm event; (2) Remove the failing
spillway dike and use the excavated
material to widen the dam; (3) Remove
the dam; and (4) Lower the dam crest
height to reduce pond storage and lower
the potential for loss of human life and
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