Membership of the Performance Review Board for the Office of the Secretary

 
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Federal Register / Vol. 84, No. 196 / Wednesday, October 9, 2019 / Notices
reports that are then available to the
industry and other interested parties in
various formats. Information is provided
on a voluntary basis and collected in
person through face-to-face interviews
and by confidential telephone
throughout the country by market
reporters. The absence of these data
would deny primary and secondary
users information that otherwise would
be available to aid them in their
production, marketing decisions,
analyses, research and knowledge of
current market conditions. The
omission of these data could adversely
affect prices, supply, and demand.
Description of Respondents: Farms;
Business or other for-profit.
Number of Respondents: 2,776.
Frequency of Responses: Reporting:
Daily; Weekly; Monthly.
Total Burden Hours: 56,636.
Title: Reporting and Recordkeeping
Requirements under Regulations (Other
than Rules of Practice) Under the
Perishable Agricultural Commodities
Act, 1930.
OMB Control Number: 0581–0031.
Summary of Collection: The
Perishable Agricultural Commodities
Act (PACA). (7 U.S.C. 499a–499t) and 7
CFR part 46, establishes a code of fair
trading practices covering the marketing
of fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables
in interstate or foreign commerce. It
protects growers, shippers and
distributors by prohibiting unfair
practices. PACA requires nearly all
persons who operate as commission
merchants, dealers and brokers buying
or selling fruit and or vegetables in
interstate or foreign commerce to be
licensed. The license for retailers and
grocery wholesalers is effective for three
years and for all other licensees up to
three years, unless withdrawn.
Need and Use of the Information:
Using various forms and business
records, AMS will collect information
from the applicant to administer
licensing provisions under the Act, to
adjudicate contract disputes, and for the
purpose of enforcing the PACA and its
regulations. If this information were
unavailable, it would be impossible to
identify and regulate the individuals or
firms that are restricted due to sanctions
imposed because of the reparation or
administrative actions.
Description of Respondents: Business
or other for-profit; Farms.
Number of Respondents: 13,600.
Frequency of Responses:
Recordkeeping; Reporting: On occasion.
Total Burden Hours: 87,409.
Kimble Brown,
Departmental Information Collection
Clearance Officer.
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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Office of the Secretary
Membership of the Performance
Review Board for the Office of the
Secretary
AGENCY
: Office of the Secretary,
Department of Commerce.
ACTION
: Notice of Membership on the
Office of the Secretary Performance
Review Board.
SUMMARY
: The Office of the Secretary,
the Department of Commerce (DOC),
announces the appointment of those
individuals who have been selected to
serve as members of the Performance
Review Board. The Performance Review
Board is responsible for (1) reviewing
performance appraisals and ratings of
Senior Executive Service (SES) members
and Senior Level (SL) members and (2)
making recommendations to the
appointing authority on other
performance management issues, such
as pay adjustments, bonuses and
Presidential Rank Awards. The
appointment of these members to the
Performance Review Board will be for a
period of twenty-four (24) months.
DATES
: The period of appointment for
those individuals selected for the Office
of the Secretary Performance Review
Board begins on October 9, 2019.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
: Joan
Nagielski, U.S. Department of
Commerce, Office of Human Resources
Management, Department of Commerce
Human Capital Client Services, Office of
Employment and Compensation, 14th
and Constitution Avenue NW, Room
50013, Washington, DC 20230, at (202)
482–6342.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
: In
accordance with 5 U.S.C. 4314 (c) (4),
the Office of the Secretary, Department
of Commerce (DOC), announces the
appointment of those individuals who
have been selected to serve as members
of the Office of the Secretary
Performance Review Board. The
Performance Review Board is
responsible for (1) reviewing
performance appraisals and ratings of
Senior Executive Service (SES) and (SL)
members and (2) making
recommendations to the appointing
authority on other performance
management issues, such as pay
adjustments, bonuses and Presidential
Rank Awards. The appointment of these
members to the Performance Review
Board will be for a period of twenty-four
(24) months.
Dates: The name, position title, and
type of appointment of each member of
the Performance Review Board are set
forth below:
1. Robert Preston II, Chief Contract Law
Division, Career SES
2. Michelle McClelland, Assistant General
Counsel for Administration and
Transactions, Career SES
3. Kurt Bersani, Chief Financial Officer and
Director of Administration, Enterprise
Services, Career SES
4. Catrina Purvis, Senior Agency Official for
Privacy (SAOP)/Chief Privacy Officer
(CPO) & Director of Open Government
(OPOG), Career SES
5. Veronica LeGrande, Chief Human
Resources Division, Census, Career SES
6. William P. Wilson, Director, Office of
Business Liaison, Non-career SES
7. Jon Alexander, Deputy Director, Office of
Financial Management Systems, Career
SES
Dated: October 3, 2019.
Joan Nagielski,
Human Resources Specialist, Office of
Employment and Compensation, Department
of Commerce Human Capital Client Services,
Office of Human Resources Management,
Office of the Secretary, Department of
Commerce.
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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
International Trade Administration
Membership of the International Trade
Administration Performance Review
Board
AGENCY
: International Trade
Administration, Department of
Commerce.
ACTION
: Notice of membership on the
International Trade Administration’s
Performance Review Board.
SUMMARY
: The International Trade
Administration (ITA), Department of
Commerce (DOC), announces the
appointment of those individuals who
have been selected to serve as members
of ITA’s Performance Review Board.
The Performance Review Board is
responsible for reviewing performance
appraisals and ratings of Senior
Executive Service (SES) members and
making recommendations to the
appointing authority on other
performance management issues, such
as pay adjustments, bonuses and
Presidential Rank Awards for SES. The
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