Privacy Act of 1974; System of Records

CourtFederal Trade Commission
Citation86 FR 67056
Record Number2021-25637
Publication Date24 November 2021
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A system is not a ‘‘system of records’’ under the
Act unless the agency maintains and retrieves
records in the system by the relevant individual’s
name or other personally assigned identifier.
copy of the comment that does not
contain the information claimed as CBI
must be submitted for inclusion in the
public docket. Information so marked
will not be disclosed except in
accordance with procedures set forth in
40 CFR part 2.
2. Tips for preparing your comments.
When preparing and submitting your
comments, see the commenting tips at
https://www.epa.gov/dockets/
commenting-epa-dockets.
II. Registration Applications
EPA has received applications to
register new uses for pesticide products
containing currently registered active
ingredients. Pursuant to the provisions
of FIFRA section 3(c)(4) (7 U.S.C.
136a(c)(4)), EPA is hereby providing
notice of receipt and opportunity to
comment on these applications. Notice
of receipt of these applications does not
imply a decision by the Agency on these
applications.
Notice of Receipt—New Uses
1. EPA Registration Number: 79814–5.
Docket ID number: EPA–HQ–OPP–
2021–0516. Applicant: ICA TriNova,
LLC. 1 Beavers Street, Suite B, Newman,
GA 30263. Active ingredient: Sodium
Chlorite. Product type: Post-Harvest
Treatment, Fungicide, Bactericide,
Antimicrobial. Proposed use: Post-
harvest application of gaseous chlorine
dioxide to 14 new crop groups: Crop
group 1 (root and tuber vegetables), crop
group 3 (bulb vegetables, bulbs), crop
group 8 (fruiting vegetables), crop group
9 (cucurbit vegetables), crop group 10
(citrus), crop group 11 (pome fruits),
crop group 12 (stone fruits), crop group
13 (berries), crop group 14 (tree nuts),
crop group 16 (forage, fodder, and straw
of cereal grains), crop group 17 (grass
forage, fodder, and hay), crop group 18
(non-grass animal feeds), crop group 21
(edible fungi), crop group 23 (tropical
and subtropical fruits, medium and
large, smooth inedible peel). Contact:
AD.
2. EPA Registration Number: 84846–
14. Docket ID number: EPA–HQ–OPP–
2021–0630. Applicant: FBSciences, Inc.,
153 N Main St. Ste 100, Collierville, TN
38017. Active ingredient: Complex
Polymeric Polyhydroxy Acids (CPPA).
Product type: Fungicide and Insecticide.
Proposed use: In or on all food
commodities. Contact: BPPD.
Authority: 7 U.S.C. 136 et seq.
Dated: November 15, 2021.
Delores Barber,
Director, Information Technology and
Resources Management Division, Office of
Program Support.
[FR Doc. 2021–25604 Filed 11–23–21; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 6560–50–P
EXPORT-IMPORT BANK
Sunshine Act Meetings; Notice of
Open Meeting of the Advisory
Committee of the Export-Import Bank
of the United States (EXIM)
TIME AND DATE
: Thursday, December 9th,
2021 from 2:00–4:30 p.m. EDT.
PLACE
: The meeting will be held
virtually.
STATUS
: Public Participation: The
meeting will be open to public
participation and time will be allotted
for questions or comments submitted
online. Members of the public may also
file written statements before or after the
meeting to external@exim.gov.
Interested parties may register below for
the meeting: https://
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MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED
: Discussion
of EXIM policies and programs to
provide competitive financing to
expand United States exports and
comments for inclusion in EXIM’s
Report to the U.S. Congress on Global
Export Credit Competition.
CONTACT PERSON FOR MORE INFORMATION
:
For further information, contact India
Walker, External Enagagement
Specialist, at 202–480–0062 or at india.
walker@exim.gov.
Joyce B. Stone,
Assistant Corporate Secretary.
[FR Doc. 2021–25789 Filed 11–22–21; 11:15 am]
BILLING CODE 6690–01–P
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION
Privacy Act of 1974; System of
Records
AGENCY
: Federal Trade Commission
(FTC).
ACTION
: Notice of modified system of
records.
SUMMARY
: The FTC is making technical
revisions to one of the notices that it has
published under the Privacy Act of
1974. This action is intended to make
the notice clearer, more accurate, and
up-to-date.
DATES
: This notice shall become final
and applicable on November 24, 2021.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
: G.
Richard Gold, Attorney, Office of the
General Counsel, FTC, 600
Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington,
DC 20580, (202) 326–3355.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
: To inform
the public, the FTC publishes in the
Federal Register and posts on its
website a ‘‘system of records notice’’
(SORN) for each system of records that
the FTC currently maintains within the
meaning of the Privacy Act of 1974, as
amended, 5 U.S.C. 552a (Privacy Act or
Act). See https://www.ftc.gov/about-ftc/
foia/foia-reading-rooms/privacy-act-
systems. The Privacy Act protects
records about individuals in systems of
records collected and maintained by
Federal agencies.
1
Each Federal agency,
including the FTC, must publish a
SORN that describes the records
maintained in each of its Privacy Act
systems, including the categories of
individuals that the records in the
system are about, where and how the
agency maintains these records, and
how individuals can find out whether
an agency system contains any records
about them or request access to their
records, if any. The FTC, for example,
maintains 40 systems of records under
the Act. Some of these systems contain
records about the FTC’s own employees,
such as personnel and payroll files.
Other FTC systems contain records
about members of the public, such as
public comments, consumer complaints,
or phone numbers submitted to the
FTC’s Do Not Call Registry.
For this notice, the FTC is revising
FTC–II–1 (General Personnel Records—
FTC) to ensure that the SORN remains
clear, accurate, and up-to-date. This
SORN covers Official Personnel Folders
(OPFs) and the approved electronic
equivalent (the electronic OPF or eOPF)
and other personnel records that the
FTC’s Human Capital Management
Office (HCMO) maintains about FTC
employees. The Office of Personnel
Management (OPM) has published a
Government-wide SORN that covers this
system of records, OPM/GOVT–1
(General Personnel Records). See 71 FR
35341, 35342 (2006). The Commission
has updated or clarified the sections on
authority, purpose, retention of records,
and procedures for employees and
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former employees on record access,
contesting records and notification.
The FTC is not substantively adding
or amending any routine uses of its
Privacy Act system records.
Accordingly, the FTC is not required to
provide prior public comment or notice
to OMB or Congress for these technical
amendments, which are final upon
publication. See U.S.C. 552a(e)(11) and
552a(r); OMB Circular A–108, supra.
FTC Systems of Records Notices
In light of the updated SORN template
set forth in the revised OMB Circular A–
108 (2016), the FTC is reprinting the
entire text of the amended SORN to read
as follows:
* * * * *
II. Commission Personnel Systems of
Records
SYSTEM NAME AND NUMBER
:
General Personnel Records—FTC
(FTC–II–1).
SECURITY CLASSIFICATION
:
Unclassified.
SYSTEM LOCATION
:
Federal Trade Commission, 600
Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington,
DC 20580. For other locations where
records may be maintained or accessed,
see Appendix III (Locations of FTC
Buildings and Regional Offices),
available on the FTC’s website at
https://www.ftc.gov/about-ftc/foia/foia-
reading-rooms/privacy-act-systems and
at 80 FR 9460, 9465 (Feb. 23, 2015).
SYSTEM MANAGER
(
S
):
Chief Human Capital Officer, Human
Capital Management Office, Federal
Trade Commission, 600 Pennsylvania
Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20580,
email: SORNs@ftc.gov. See OPM/
GOVT–1 for information about the
system manager and address for that
system.
AUTHORITY FOR MAINTENANCE OF THE SYSTEM
:
5 U.S.C. 301, 1302, 2951, 3301, 3372,
4118, 8347; the Rehabilitation Act of
1973, 29 U.S.C. 791; Executive Orders
9397, 9830, 12107 and 13164; and 5
CFR pt. 293.
PURPOSE
(
S
)
OF THE SYSTEM
:
The Official Personnel Folder (OPF),
its approved electronic equivalent (the
electronic OPF or eOPF), and other
general personnel records are the
official repository of the records, reports
of personnel actions, and the documents
required in connection with those
actions effected during an employee’s
Federal service. The personnel action
reports and other documents, some of
which are filed as long term records in
the OPF, give legal force and effect to
personnel transactions and establish
employee rights and benefits under
pertinent laws and regulations
governing Federal employment. The
OPF, which exists in various approved
media, is maintained for the period of
the employee’s service in the
Commission and is then transferred to
the National Personnel Records Center
for storage or, as appropriate, to the next
employing Federal agency. Other
records are either retained at the agency
for various lengths of time in
accordance with National Archives and
Records Administration records
schedules or destroyed when they have
served their purpose or when the
employee leaves the agency. They
provide the basic source of factual data
about a person’s Federal employment
while in the service and after his or her
separation. Records in this system have
various uses including: Screening
qualifications of employees;
determining status, eligibility, and
employees’ rights and benefits under
pertinent laws and regulations
governing Federal employment,
including requests for reasonable
accommodation by applicants with
disabilities or sincerely held religious
beliefs, practices, or observances;
computing length of service; and for
other information needed in providing
personnel services. These records and
their automated or microformed
equivalents may also be used to locate
individuals for personnel research.
Temporary documents on the left side of
the OPF may lead (or have led) to a
formal action, but do not constitute a
record of it, nor make a substantial
contribution to the employee’s long
term record.
CATEGORIES OF INDIVIDUALS COVERED BY THE
SYSTEM
:
Current Federal Trade Commission
employees.
CATEGORIES OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM
:
Each category of records may include
identifying information such as name(s),
date of birth, home residence, mailing
address, Social Security number, and
home telephone number. This system
includes, but is not limited to, the
contents of the Official Personnel Folder
(OPF) maintained by the FTC’s Human
Capital Management Office (HCMO) and
described in the United States Office of
Personnel Management (OPM) Guide to
Personnel Recordkeeping and in OPM’s
Government-wide system of records
notice for this system, OPM/GOVT–1.
(Nonduplicative personnel records
maintained by FTC employee managers
in other FTC offices are covered by
FTC–II–2, Unofficial Personnel
Records–FTC.) Records in this system
(FTC–II–1) include copies of current
employees’ applications for
employment, documentation supporting
appointments and awards, benefits
records (health insurance, life
insurance, retirement information, and
Thrift Savings Plan information),
investigative process documents,
personnel actions, other personnel
documents, changes in filing
requirements, and training documents.
Other records include:
a. Records reflecting work experience,
educational level achieved, specialized
education or training obtained outside
of Federal service.
b. Records reflecting Federal service
and documenting work experience and
specialized education or training
received while employed. Such records
contain information about past and
present positions held; grades; salaries;
and duty station locations;
commendations, awards, or other data
reflecting special recognition of an
employee’s performance; and notices of
all personnel actions, such as
appointments, transfers, reassignments,
details, promotions, demotions,
reductions in force, resignations,
separations, suspensions, approval of
disability retirement applications,
retirement and removals.
c. Records relating to participation in
the Federal Employees’ Group Life
Insurance Program and Federal
Employees Health Benefits Program.
d. Records relating to an
Intergovernmental Personnel Act
assignment or Federal-private exchange
program.
e. Records relating to participation in
an agency Federal Executive or SES
Candidate Development Program.
f. Records relating to Government-
sponsored training or participation in
the agency’s Upward Mobility Program
or other personnel programs designed to
broaden an employee’s work
experiences and for purposes of
advancement (e.g., an administrative
intern program).
g. Records connected with the Senior
Executive Service (SES), for use in
making studies and analyses of the SES,
preparing reports, and in making
decisions affecting incumbents of these
positions, e.g., relating to sabbatical
leave programs, training, reassignments,
and details, that are perhaps unique to
the SES and which may or may not be
filed in the employee’s OPF. These
records may also serve as basis for
reports submitted to OMB’s Executive
Personnel and Management
Development Group for purposes of
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implementing the Office’s oversight
responsibilities concerning the SES.
h. Records on an employee’s activities
on behalf of the recognized labor
organization representing agency
employees, including accounting of
official time spent and documentation
in support of per diem and travel
expenses.
i. To the extent that the records listed
here are also maintained in the agency
automated personnel or microform
records system, those versions of the
above records are considered to be
covered by this system notice. Any
additional copies of these records
(excluding performance ratings of
record and conduct-related documents
maintained by first-line supervisors and
managers covered by FTC–II–2)
maintained by agencies at field or
administrative offices remote from
where the original records exist are
considered part of this system.
j. Records relating to designations for
lump sum death benefits.
k. Records relating to classified
information nondisclosure agreements.
l. Records relating to the Thrift
Savings Plan (TSP) concerning the
starting, changing, or stopping of
contributions to the TSP as well as the
how the individual wants the
investments to be made in the various
TSP Funds.
m. Copies of records contained in the
Enterprise Human Resources Integration
(EHRI) data warehouse (including the
Central Employee Record, the Business
Intelligence file that provide resources
to obtain career summaries, and the
electronic Official Personnel Folder
(eOPF)) maintained by OPM. These data
elements include many of the above
records along with additional human
resources information such as training,
payroll and performance information
from other OPM and agency systems of
records. A definitive list of EHRI data
elements is contained in OPM’s Guide
to Human Resources Reporting and The
Guide to Personnel Data Standards.
n. Emergency contact information for
the employee (see, e.g., FTC Form 75),
which is kept on the left side of the
OPF.
RECORD SOURCE CATEGORIES
:
Individual to whom the record
applies and agency employees.
ROUTINE USES OF RECORDS MAINTAINED IN THE
SYSTEM
,
INCLUDING CATEGORIES OF USERS AND
THE PURPOSES OF SUCH USES
:
(1) Performance Related Uses
(a) To disclose information to any
source from which additional
information is requested (to the extent
necessary to identify the individual,
inform the source of the purpose(s) of
the request, and to identify the type of
information requested), where necessary
to obtain information relevant to an
agency decision concerning the hiring
or retention of an employee, the
issuance of a security clearance, the
conducting of a security or suitability
investigation of an individual, the
classifying of jobs, the letting of a
contract, or the issuance of a license,
grant, or other benefit;
(b) To disclose to an agency in the
executive, legislative, or judicial branch,
or the District of Columbia Government
in response to its request, or at the
initiation of the agency maintaining the
records, information in connection with
the hiring of an employee; the issuance
of a security clearance; the conducting
of a security or suitability investigation
of an individual; the classifying of jobs;
the letting of a contract; the issuance of
a license, grant, or other benefit by the
requesting agency; or the lawful
statutory, administrative, or
investigative purpose of the agency to
the extent that the information is
relevant and necessary to the requesting
agency’s decision on the matter;
(c) By the agency or by OPM to locate
individuals for personnel research or
survey response, and in the production
of summary descriptive statistics and
analytical studies in support of the
function for which the records are
collected and maintained, or for related
work force studies. While published
statistics and studies do not contain
individual identifiers, in some instances
the selection of elements of data
included in the study may be structured
in such a way as to make the data
individually identifiable by inference;
(d) To provide an official of another
Federal agency information needed in
the performance of official duties
related to reconciling or reconstructing
data files, in support of the functions for
which the records were collected and
maintained;
(e) To disclose information to officials
of the Merit Systems Protection Board,
including the Office of the Special
Counsel, when requested in connection
with appeals, special studies of the civil
service and other merit systems, review
of Office rules and regulations,
investigations of alleged or prohibited
personnel practices, and such other
functions, promulgated in 5 U.S.C. 1205
and 1206, or as may be authorized by
law;
(f) To disclose information to the
Equal Employment Opportunity
Commission when requested in
connection with investigations into
alleged or possible discrimination
practices in the Federal sector,
examination of Federal affirmative
employment programs, compliance by
Federal agencies with the Uniform
Guidelines on Employee Selection
Procedures, or other functions vested in
the Commission by the President’s
Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1978;
(g) To disclose to prospective non-
Federal employers, the following
information about a specifically
identified current or former Federal
employee:
(i) Tenure of employment;
(ii) Civil service status;
(iii) Length of service in the agency
and the Government; and
(iv) When separated, the date and
nature of action as shown on the
Notification of Personnel Action,
Standard Form 50 (or authorized
exception);
(h) To consider employees for
recognition through quality step
increases, and to publicize those
granted. This may include disclosure to
other public and private organizations,
including news media, which grant or
publicize employee recognition;
(i) To consider and select employees
for incentive awards and other honors
and to publicize those granted. This
may include disclosure to other public
and private organizations, including
news media, which grant or publicize
employee awards or honors;
(j) To disclose information to any
member of the agency’s Performance
Review Board or other board or panel
(e.g., one convened to select or review
nominees for awards of merit pay
increases), when the member is not an
official of the employing agency;
information would then be used for the
purposes of approving or recommending
selection of candidates for executive
development of SES candidate
programs, issuing a performance
appraisal rating, issuing performance
awards, nominating for Meritorious and
Distinguished Executive ranks, and
removal, reduction-in-grade, and other
personnel actions based on
performance;
(k) By agency officials for purposes of
review in connection with
appointments, transfers, promotions,
reassignments, adverse actions,
disciplinary actions, and determinations
of the qualifications of an individual;
(l) By the Office of Personnel
Management for purposes of making a
decision when a Federal employee or
former Federal employee is questioning
the validity of a specific document in an
individual’s record; and
(m) As a data source for management
information for promotion of summary
descriptive statistics and analytical
studies in support of the related
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personnel management functions of
human resource studies; may also be
utilized to locate specific individuals for
personnel research or other personnel
management functions;
(2) Training/Education Related Uses
(a) To disclose information to
Government training facilities (Federal,
State, and local) and to non-Government
training facilities (private vendors of
training courses or programs, private
schools, etc.) for training purposes; and
(b) To disclose information to
educational institutions on appointment
of a recent graduate to a position in the
Federal service, and to provide college
and university officials with
information about their students
working under the Cooperative
Education Volunteer Service, or other
similar programs where necessary to a
student’s obtaining credit for the
experience gained;
(3) Retirement/Insurance/Health
Benefits Related Uses
(a) To disclose information to: The
Department of Labor, Department of
Veterans Affairs, Social Security
Administration, Department of Defense,
Federal agencies that have special
civilian employee retirement programs;
or a national, State, county, municipal,
or other publicly recognized charitable
or income security administration
agency (e.g., State unemployment
compensation agencies) where
necessary to adjudicate a claim under
the retirement, insurance or health
benefits programs of the Office of
Personnel Management or an agency
cited above, or to an agency to conduct
an analytical study or audit of benefits
being paid under such programs;
(b) To disclose to the Office of Federal
Employees Group Life Insurance
information necessary to verify election,
declination, or waiver of regular and/or
optional life insurance coverage or
eligibility for payment of a claim for life
insurance;
(c) To disclose to health insurance
carriers contracting with the Office of
Personnel Management to provide a
health benefits plan under the Federal
Employees Health Benefits Program,
information necessary to identify
enrollment in a plan, to verify eligibility
for payment of a claim for health
benefits, or to carry out the coordination
or audit of benefit provisions of such
contracts;
(d) When an individual to whom a
record pertains is mentally incompetent
or under other legal disability,
information in the individual’s record
may be disclosed to any person who is
responsible for the care of the
individual, to the extent necessary to
assure payment of benefits to which the
individual is entitled;
(e) To disclose to the agency-
appointed representative of an
employee all notices, determinations,
decisions, or other written
communications issued to the
employee, in connection with an
examination ordered by the agency
under:
(i) Fitness-for-duty examination
procedures; or
(ii) Agency-filed disability retirement
procedures;
(f) To disclose to a requesting agency,
organization, or individual the home
address and other relevant information
concerning those individuals who, it is
reasonably believed, might have
contracted an illness, been exposed to,
or suffered from a health hazard while
employed in the Federal work force; and
(g) To disclose information to the
Department of Defense, National
Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration, and the United States
Coast Guard needed to effect any
adjustments in retired or retained pay
required by the dual compensation
provisions of 5 U.S.C. 5532;
(4) Labor Relations Related Uses
(a) To disclose information to the
Federal Labor Relations Authority
(including its General Counsel) when
requested in connection with
investigation and resolution of
allegations of unfair labor practices, in
connection with the resolution of
exceptions to arbitrator’s awards where
a question of material fact is raised and
matters before the Federal Service
Impasses Panel; and
(b) To disclose information to officials
of labor organizations recognized under
5 U.S.C. 71 et seq. when relevant and
necessary to their duties of exclusive
representation concerning personnel
policies, practices, and matters affecting
working conditions; and
(5) Miscellaneous Uses
(a) To provide data to OPM for
inclusion in the automated Center
Personnel Data File;
(b) To be disclosed for any other
routine use set forth in the Government-
wide system of records notice published
for this system by OPM, see OPM/
GOVT–1, or any successor OPM system
notice that may be published for this
system (visit www.opm.gov for more
information);
(c) To disclose information to a
Federal, state, or local agency for
determination of an individual’s
entitlement to benefits in connection
with Federal Housing Administration
programs; and
(d) To locate individuals for
personnel research or survey response,
and in the production of summary
descriptive statistics and analytical
studies in support of the function for
which the records are collected and
maintained, or for related work force
studies. While published statistics and
studies do not contain individual
identifiers, in some instances, the
selection of elements of data included in
the study may be structured in such a
way as to make the data individually
identifiable by inference.
For other ways that the Privacy Act
permits the FTC to use or disclose
system records outside the agency, see
Appendix I (Authorized Disclosures and
Routine Uses Applicable to All FTC
Privacy Act Systems of Records),
available on the FTC’s website at
https://www.ftc.gov/about-ftc/foia/foia-
reading-rooms/privacy-act-systems and
at 83 FR 55541, 55542–55543 (Nov. 6,
2018).
POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR STORAGE OF
RECORDS
:
Records may be maintained on
standard legal-size and letter-size paper,
and in electronic storage media such as
personnel system databases and .pdf
forms.
POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR RETRIEVAL OF
RECORDS
:
Records are indexed by employee
name and social security number.
POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR RETENTION AND
DISPOSAL OF RECORDS
:
The OPF is maintained for the period
of the employee’s service in the agency
and is then, if in a paper format,
transferred to the National Personnel
Records Center for storage or, as
appropriate, to the next employing
Federal agency. If the OPF is maintained
in an electronic format, the transfer and
storage is in accordance with the OPM-
approved electronic system according to
the most current version of OPM’s
Guide to Personnel Recordkeeping.
Destruction of the OPF is in accordance
with General Records Schedule GRS–
2.2, Items 40–41.
When the individual transfers to any
Federal agency or to another appointing
office, the OPF is sent to that agency or
office. All personnel-related medical
records, except for those relating to
reasonable accommodation requests, are
covered by a separate OPM Privacy Act
system of records notice, OPM/GOVT–
10.
Other records. These records are
retained for varying periods of time as
set out by GRS 2.2.
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ADMINISTRATIVE
,
TECHNICAL
,
AND PHYSICAL
SAFEGUARDS
:
Access is restricted to agency
personnel or contractors whose
responsibilities require access. Paper
records are maintained in lockable
rooms or file cabinets. (In addition, FTC
HCMO offices are in a locked suite
separate from other FTC offices not
generally accessible to the public or
other FTC staff.) Access to electronic
records is controlled by ‘‘user ID’’ and
password combinations and/or other
appropriate electronic access or network
controls (e.g., firewalls). FTC buildings
are guarded and monitored by security
personnel, cameras, ID checks, and
other physical security measures.
RECORD ACCESS PROCEDURES
:
See § 4.13 of the FTC’s Rules of
Practice, 16 CFR 4.13. For additional
guidance, see also Appendix II (How To
Make A Privacy Act Request), available
on the FTC’s website at https://
www.ftc.gov/about-ftc/foia/foia-reading-
rooms/privacy-act-systems and at 73 FR
33592, 33634 (June 12, 2008). Current
FTC employees may also access their
records directly by utilizing OPM’s
approved electronic Official Personnel
Folder system, using their assigned user
ID and password.
Former FTC employees subsequently
employed by another Federal agency
should contact the personnel office for
their current Federal employer. Former
employees who have left Federal service
and want access to their official
personnel records in storage should
contact the National Personnel Records
Center, 1411 Boulder Boulevard,
Valmeyer, IL 62295.
CONTESTING RECORD PROCEDURES
:
See § 4.13 of the FTC’s Rules of
Practice, 16 CFR 4.13. For additional
guidance, see also Appendix II (How To
Make A Privacy Act Request), available
on the FTC’s website at https://
www.ftc.gov/about-ftc/foia/foia-reading-
rooms/privacy-act-systems and at 73 FR
33592, 33634 (June 12, 2008). Current
FTC employees may also access their
records directly by utilizing OPM’s
approved electronic Official Personnel
Folder system, using their assigned user
ID and password.
Former FTC employees subsequently
employed by another Federal agency
should contact the personnel office for
their current Federal employer. Former
employees who have left Federal service
and want access to their official
personnel records in storage should
contact the National Personnel Records
Center, 1411 Boulder Boulevard,
Valmeyer, IL 62295.
NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES
:
See § 4.13 of the FTC’s Rules of
Practice, 16 CFR 4.13. For additional
guidance, see also Appendix II (How To
Make A Privacy Act Request), available
on the FTC’s website at https://
www.ftc.gov/about-ftc/foia/foia-reading-
rooms/privacy-act-systems and at 73 FR
33592, 33634 (June 12, 2008). Current
FTC employees may also access their
records directly by utilizing OPM’s
approved electronic Official Personnel
Folder system, using their assigned user
ID and password.
Former FTC employees subsequently
employed by another Federal agency
should contact the personnel office for
their current Federal employer. Former
employees who have left Federal service
and want access to their official
personnel records in storage should
contact the National Personnel Records
Center, 1411 Boulder Boulevard,
Valmeyer, IL 62295.
EXEMPTIONS PROMULGATED FOR THE SYSTEM
:
None.
HISTORY
:
84 FR 16493–16510 (April 19, 2019)
80 FR 9460–9465 (February 23, 2015)
74 FR 17863–17866 (April 17, 2009)
73 FR 33591–33634 (June 12, 2008).
Josephine Liu,
Assistant General Counsel for Legal Counsel.
[FR Doc. 2021–25637 Filed 11–23–21; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 6750–01–P
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
HUMAN SERVICES
Food and Drug Administration
[Docket No. FDA–2014–N–1721]
Agency Information Collection
Activities; Proposed Collection;
Comment Request; Investigational
New Drug Application Requirements
AGENCY
: Food and Drug Administration,
HHS.
ACTION
: Notice.
SUMMARY
: The Food and Drug
Administration (FDA, the Agency, or
we) is announcing an opportunity for
public comment on the proposed
collection of certain information by the
Agency. Under the Paperwork
Reduction Act of 1995 (PRA), Federal
Agencies are required to publish notice
in the Federal Register concerning each
proposed collection of information,
including each proposed extension of an
existing collection of information, and
to allow 60 days for public comment in
response to the notice. This notice
solicits comments on information
collection associated with
investigational new drug application
requirements.
DATES
: Submit either electronic or
written comments on the collection of
information by January 24, 2022.
ADDRESSES
: You may submit comments
as follows. Please note that late,
untimely filed comments will not be
considered. Electronic comments must
be submitted on or before January 24,
2022. The https://www.regulations.gov
electronic filing system will accept
comments until 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time
at the end of January 24, 2022.
Comments received by mail/hand
delivery/courier (for written/paper
submissions) will be considered timely
if they are postmarked or the delivery
service acceptance receipt is on or
before that date.
Electronic Submissions
Submit electronic comments in the
following way:
Federal eRulemaking Portal:
https://www.regulations.gov. Follow the
instructions for submitting comments.
Comments submitted electronically,
including attachments, to https://
www.regulations.gov will be posted to
the docket unchanged. Because your
comment will be made public, you are
solely responsible for ensuring that your
comment does not include any
confidential information that you or a
third party may not wish to be posted,
such as medical information, your or
anyone else’s Social Security number, or
confidential business information, such
as a manufacturing process. Please note
that if you include your name, contact
information, or other information that
identifies you in the body of your
comments, that information will be
posted on https://www.regulations.gov.
If you want to submit a comment
with confidential information that you
do not wish to be made available to the
public, submit the comment as a
written/paper submission and in the
manner detailed (see ‘‘Written/Paper
Submissions’’ and ‘‘Instructions’’).
Written/Paper Submissions
Submit written/paper submissions as
follows:
Mail/Hand Delivery/Courier (for
written/paper submissions): Dockets
Management Staff (HFA–305), Food and
Drug Administration, 5630 Fishers
Lane, Rm. 1061, Rockville, MD 20852.
For written/paper comments
submitted to the Dockets Management
Staff, FDA will post your comment, as
well as any attachments, except for
information submitted, marked and
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