Reasonable Accommodation, Religious Exception, and Medical Exception Health Records

CourtSelective Service System
Citation87 FR 2199
Record Number2022-00621
Publication Date13 January 2022
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1
See generally Money Market Fund Reform;
Amendments to Form PF, Securities Act Release
No. 9408, Investment Advisers Act Release No.
3616, Investment Company Act Release No. 30551
(June 5, 2013), 78 FR 36834, 36934 (June 19, 2013);
see also Exchange Act Rule 10b–10(b)(1), 17 CFR
240.10b–10(b)(1) (limiting alternative monthly
reporting to money market funds that attempt to
maintain a stable NAV).
2
See Order Granting a Conditional Exemption
Under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 From
the Confirmation Requirements of Exchange Act
Rule 10b–10(a) for Certain Transactions in Money
Market Funds, Exchange Act Release No. 34–76480
(Nov. 19, 2015), 80 FR 73849 (Nov. 25, 2015).
Rule 10b–10 under the Securities
Exchange Act of 1934 (‘‘Exchange Act’’)
(15 U.S.C. 78a et seq.) generally requires
broker-dealers to provide customers
with specified information relating to
their securities transactions at or before
the completion of the transactions.
Exchange Act Rule 10b–10(b), however,
provides an exception from this
requirement for certain transactions in
money market funds that attempt to
maintain a stable net asset value when
no sales load or redemption fee is
charged. The exception permits broker-
dealers to provide transaction
information to money market fund
shareholders on a monthly, rather than
immediate, basis, subject to the
conditions. Amendments to Rule 2a–7
(17 CFR 270.2a–7) of the Investment
Company Act of 1940 (‘‘Investment
Company Act’’) (15 U.S.C. 80a–1 et seq.)
among other things, means, absent an
exemption, broker-dealers would not be
able to continue to rely on the exception
under Exchange Act Rule 10b–10(b) for
transactions in money market funds
operating in accordance with
Investment Company Act Rule 2a–
7(c)(1)(ii).
1
In 2015, the Commission issued an
Order Granting a Conditional
Exemption under the Securities
Exchange Act of 1934 From The
Confirmation Requirements of Exchange
Act Rule 10b–10(a) For Certain
Transactions In Money Market Funds
(‘‘Order’’)
2
which allows broker-dealers,
subject to certain conditions, to provide
transaction information to investors in
any money market fund operating
pursuant to Investment Company Act
Rule 2a–7(c)(1)(ii) on a monthly basis in
lieu of providing immediate
confirmations as required under
Exchange Act Rule 10b–10(a) (‘‘the
Exemption’’). Accordingly, to be eligible
for the Exemption, a broker-dealer must
(1) provide an initial written
notification to the customer of its ability
to request delivery of immediate
confirmations consistent with the
written notification requirements of
Exchange Act Rule 10b–10(a), and (2)
not receive any such request to receive
immediate confirms from the customer.
As of December 31, 2020, the
Commission estimates there are
approximately 154 broker-dealers that
clear customer transactions or carry
customer funds and securities who
would be responsible for providing
customer confirmations. The
Commission estimates that the cost of
the ongoing notification requirements
would be minimal, approximately 5% of
the initial burden which was previously
estimated to be 36 hours per broker-
dealer, or approximately 1.8 hours per
broker-dealer per year, to provide
ongoing notifications, or a total burden
of 277 hours annually for the 154
carrying broker-dealers.
Written comments are invited on: (a)
Whether the proposed collection of
information is necessary for the proper
performance of the functions of the
agency, including whether the
information shall have practical utility;
(b) the accuracy of the Commission’s
estimate of the burden of the proposed
collection of information; (c) ways to
enhance the quality, utility, and clarity
of the information to be collected; and
(d) ways to minimize the burden of the
collection of information on
respondents, including through the use
of automated collection techniques or
other forms of information technology.
Consideration will be given to
comments and suggestions submitted in
writing within 60 days of this
publication.
An agency may not conduct or
sponsor, and a person is not required to
respond to, a collection of information
under the PRA unless it displays a
currently valid OMB control number.
Please direct your written comments
to: David Bottom, Director/Chief
Information Officer, Securities and
Exchange Commission, c/o John
Pezzullo, 100 F Street NE, Washington,
DC 20549, or send an email to: PRA_
Mailbox@sec.gov.
Dated: January 10, 2022.
J. Matthew DeLesDernier,
Assistant Secretary.
[FR Doc. 2022–00587 Filed 1–12–22; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 8011–01–P
SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM
Reasonable Accommodation,
Religious Exception, and Medical
Exception Health Records
AGENCY
: Selective Service System.
ACTION
: Notice of new system of records.
SUMMARY
: Pursuant to the provisions of
the Privacy Act of 1974, as amended,
the Selective Service System (SSS) is
issuing a public notice of its intent to
create a Privacy Act System of Records
titled, ‘‘Reasonable Accommodation,
Religious Exception, and Medical
Exception Health Records.’’ This System
of Records notice (SORN) describes
Selective Service’s collection,
maintenance, and use of records related
to requests for reasonable
accommodation under Title VII of the
Civil Rights Act of 1964 or the
applicable provisions of the Americans
with Disabilities Act as applied to the
Federal Government through the
Rehabilitation Act and the Religious
Freedom Restoration Act of 1993. This
newly established system will be
included in the SSS inventory of record
systems.
DATES
: Please submit comments on or
before 30 days after date of publication
in the Federal Register. This new
system is effective upon publication in
today’s Federal Register, with the
exception of the routine uses, which are
effective 30 days after date of
publication in the Federal Register.
ADDRESSES
: Written comments and
recommendations should be sent to
Daniel.Mira@sss.gov or to the Selective
Service System, Mr. Daniel Mira, Senior
Agency Official for Privacy, 1515
Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia
22209–2425. A copy of the comments
should be sent to the Office of
Information and Regulatory Affairs,
Attention: Desk Officer, Selective
Service System, Office of Management
and Budget, New Executive Office
Building, Room 3235, Washington, DC
20503.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
: Mr.
Daniel Mira, Senior Agency Official for
Privacy, Office of Information
Technology, Selective Service System,
1515 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington,
Virginia 22209–2425.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
: Executive
Order 14043, Requiring Coronavirus
Disease 2019 Vaccination for Federal
Employees, signed September 9, 2021,
establishes mandatory requirements for
Federal executive agencies to
implement a program to require COVID–
19 vaccinations for Federal employees,
with some exceptions as required by
law. Additionally, Executive Order
14042, Ensuring Adequate COVID
Safety Protocols for Federal Contractors,
signed September 9, 2021, establishes
requirements for Federal executive
agencies to implement workplace safety
protocols for contractors and
subcontractors to protect the health and
safety of the Federal workforce and
members of the public. SSS is
implementing these requirements to
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ensure the safety of its workforce and
visitors to its facilities and sponsored
events.
A report on this new system has been
sent to OMB, the Chairman, Committee
on Government Reform and Oversight,
U.S. House of Representatives; and
Chairman, Committee on Homeland
Security and Governmental Affairs,
United States Senate as required by the
Privacy Act.
If changes are made based on the SSS
review of comments received, the SSS
will publish a subsequent notice.
This system of records is maintained
by the SSS and contains personal
information about individuals from
which information is retrieved by an
individual’s name or identifier.
The notice for this System of Records
states the name and location of the
record system, the authority for and
manner of its operation, the categories
of individuals that it covers, the types
of records that it contains, the sources
of information in those records, and the
routine uses. This notice also includes
the business address of the SSS official
who will inform interested persons of
the procedures whereby they may gain
access to and request amendment of
records pertaining to them.
The Privacy Act provides certain
safeguards for an individual against an
invasion of personal privacy by
requiring Federal agencies to protect
records contained in an agency System
of Records from unauthorized
disclosure and to ensure that
information is current and accurate for
its intended use and that adequate
safeguards are provided to prevent
misuse of such information.
SYSTEM NAME
:
Reasonable Accommodation,
Religious Exception, and Medical
Exception Health Records.
SECURITY CLASSIFICATION
:
Unclassified.
SYSTEM LOCATION
:
Selective Service System, 1515
Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia
22209–2425.
SYSTEM MANAGER
(
S
):
Mr. Daniel Mira, Senior Agency
Official for Privacy, 1515 Wilson
Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia 22209–
2425.
AUTHORITY FOR MAINTENANCE OF THE SYSTEM
:
The collection and maintenance of
accommodation records is authorized by
the Rehabilitation Act, 29 U.S.C. 791,
and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, 42
U.S.C. 2000e, as well as Executive Order
13164 and 29 CFR 1605 and 1614.
PURPOSE
(
S
)
OF THE SYSTEM
:
This system is to maintain records
necessary and relevant to SSS activities
responding to and mitigating high-
consequence public health threats,
including, but not limited to: COVID–19
or diseases and illnesses relating to a
public health emergency, pandemic, or
other high-consequence public health
threat. The President’s September 9,
2021, Executive Order 14043, requires
all Federal workers to be vaccinated,
except in limited circumstances as
required by law. Accordingly, this
System of Records is designed to collect
records related to vaccination status,
including records related to the
processing of requests from employees,
applicants for employment who are
seeking a reasonable accommodation
based upon disability under the
Rehabilitation Act or for a religious
belief, observance, or practice under
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
for the vaccination requirement
contained in Executive Order 14043, or
the Religious Freedom Restoration Act
of 1993, 42 U.S.C. chapter 21B; or other
applicable law.
CATEGORIES OF INDIVIDUALS COVERED BY THE
SYSTEM
:
This system includes individuals who
request reasonable accommodations
exemptions for the COVID–19 vaccine
requirement and agency officials
processing or making reasonable
accommodation assessments and
decisions. These records also include
information on authorized individuals,
such as a family member, health
professional, or other representatives
submitting the request on behalf of an
individual.
CATEGORIES OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM
:
Records related to reasonable
accommodation exceptions, medical or
religious, from the COVID–19 vaccine
requirement. These records may include
but are not limited to:
1. Name;
2. Individual requester’s status as an
applicant, current or former employee,
or other status;
3. Individual requester’s occupational
series and grade level for which
reasonable accommodation had been
requested;
4. Contact information such as work
or personal address, phone number, and
email address;
5. Date a request was submitted
verbally or in writing;
6. Documented requests for different
type(s) of reasonable accommodation
requested;
7. How the requested accommodation
would assist in job performance;
8. Supervisor’s name, address, and
contact information;
9. Name and contact information of a
family member, health professional, or
other representative submitting a
request on behalf of an individual;
10. Medical documentation about a
disability or medical condition, or other
appropriate supporting information
submitted or required to process the
request;
11. Records on religious beliefs,
observances or practices including
descriptions of employee’s belief,
observance or practice, medicines or
medical products that are used or not
used by an employee due to a belief,
observance or practice;
12. Name, title, and contact
information of SSS officials processing,
deciding or referring a request for
reasonable accommodation;
13. Agency decisions including
whether a request was granted or
denied, reasons for a denial, date a
request was approved or denied, date a
reasonable accommodation was
provided to the individual;
14. The amount of time taken to
process a request, including whether the
recommended time frames were met as
outlined in the reasonable
accommodation procedures;
15. Any other information that is
submitted by individuals in support of
requests for reasonable accommodation,
or that is necessary and relevant to
support agency assessment and decision
regarding the request.
RECORD SOURCE CATEGORIES
:
Records may be obtained from SSS
personnel who may provide relevant
information on information related to a
request for an exception from the
COVID–19 vaccination requirement.
Information may also be sourced from
personnel at medical facilities, or from
existing systems of records, including
but not limited to OPM/GOVT–10,
‘‘Employee Medical File System
Records,’’ (75 FR 35099; June 21, 2010),
and modified on November 30, 2015 (80
FR 74815).
ROUTINE USES OF RECORDS MAINTAINED IN THE
SYSTEM
,
INCLUDING CATEGORIES OF USERS AND
THE PURPOSES OF SUCH USES
:
In addition to the disclosures
permitted under subsection (b) of the
Privacy Act, the SSS may disclose
information contained in this System of
Records without the consent of the
persons mentioned herein if the
disclosure is compatible with the
purpose for which the record was
collected under the following routine
uses:
1. To appropriate medical facilities, or
Federal, State, local, Tribal, territorial or
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foreign government agencies, to the
extent permitted by law, for the purpose
of protecting the vital interests of
individual(s), including to assist the
United States Government in
responding to or mitigating high-
consequence public health threats, or
diseases and illnesses relating to a
public health emergency.
2. To determine eligibility for access
to SSS offices or sites, or other Federal
facilities.
3. Where a record, either alone or in
conjunction with other information,
indicates a violation or potential
violation of law—criminal, civil, or
regulatory in nature—the relevant
records may be referred to the
appropriate Federal, State, local,
territorial, Tribal, or foreign law
enforcement authority or other
appropriate entity charged with the
responsibility for investigating or
prosecuting such violation or charged
with enforcing or implementing such
law.
4. In an appropriate proceeding before
a court, grand jury, or administrative or
adjudicative body, when the SSS
determines that the records are arguably
relevant to its proceeding; or in an
appropriate proceeding before an
administrative or adjudicative body
when the adjudicator determines the
records to be relevant to the proceeding.
5. To contractors and others
performing or working on a contract,
service, grant, cooperative agreement, or
other assignment for the Federal
Government, when necessary to
accomplish an SSS function related to
this System of Records.
6. A record on an employee or
contractor from this System of Records
may be disclosed as a routine use to a
Federal, State, local, territorial, Tribal,
or foreign agency requesting a record
that is relevant and necessary to its
decision on a matter of hiring or
retaining an employee, issuing a
security clearance, reporting an
investigation of that individual, letting a
contract, or issuing a license, grant, or
other benefit.
7. A record on an employee or
contractor from this System of Records
may be disclosed as a routine use to a
Congressional office in response to an
inquiry from the Congressional office
made at the request of that individual.
8. To the National Archives and
Records Administration for purposes of
records management inspections
conducted under the authority of 44
U.S.C. 2904 and 2906.
9. To appropriate agencies, entities,
and persons when (1) the SSS suspects
or has confirmed that there has been a
breach of the System of Records. (2) the
SSS has determined that as a result of
the suspected or confirmed breach there
is a risk of harm to an individual(s), the
SSS (including its information systems,
programs, and operations), the Federal
Government, or national security; and
(3) the disclosure made to such
agencies, entities, and persons is
reasonably necessary to assist in
connection with the SSS efforts to
respond to the suspected or confirmed
breach or to prevent, minimize, or
remedy such harm.
10. To another Federal agency or
Federal entity, when the SSS
determines that information from this
System of Records is necessary to assist
the recipient agency or entity in (1)
responding to a suspected or confirmed
breach, or (2) preventing, minimizing, or
remedying the risk of harm to
individuals, the recipient agency or
entity (including its information
systems, programs, and operations), the
Federal Government, or national
security, resulting from a suspected or
confirmed breach.
11. To any agency, organization, or
individual for the purpose of performing
authorized audit or oversight operations
of the SSS and meeting related reporting
requirements.
12. To such recipients and under such
circumstances and procedures as are
mandated by Federal statute or treaty.
13. A record from this System of
Records may be disclosed as a routine
use to SSS paid experts or consultants,
and those under contract with the SSS
on a ‘‘need-to-know’’ basis for purpose
within the scope of the pertinent SSS
task. This access will be granted to a
SSS contractor or employee of such
contractor by a system manager only
after satisfactory justification has been
provided to the system manager.
POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR STORAGE OF
RECORDS
:
All records in this System of Records
are maintained and in compliance with
applicable executive orders, statutes,
and agency implementing
recommendations. Electronic records
are stored in databases and/or on hard
disks, removable storage devices, or
other electronic media. Paper records
are maintained in a secure, access
controlled room, with access limited to
authorized personnel. To the extent
applicable, to ensure compliance with
Americans with Disabilities Act, the
Rehabilitation Act, and the Genetic
Information Nondiscrimination Act of
2008, medical information must be
maintained on separate forms and in
separate medical files and be treated as
a confidential medical record.
SSS has ITSP–64 for Media Protection
which establishes a uniform process for
protecting and storing PII and media.
POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR RETRIEVAL OF
RECORDS
:
Records will be retrieved by any of
the categories of records, including
name, location, date of vaccine
exception request, or work status.
POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR RETENTION AND
DISPOSAL OF RECORDS
:
Records in this system are temporary
and are maintained and destroyed in
accordance with National Archives and
Records Administration General
Records Schedule 2.7 Employee Health
and Safety Records.
ADMINISTRATIVE
,
TECHNICAL
,
AND PHYSICAL
SAFEGUARDS
:
Computerized records systems follow
the National Institute of Standards and
Technology privacy and security
standards as developed to comply with
the Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, 5
U.S.C. 552a; Paperwork Reduction Act
of 1995, 44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.; Federal
Information Security Modernization Act
of 2014, 44 U.S.C. 3551 et seq.; and the
Federal Information Processing
Standards 199: Standards for Security
Categorization of Federal Information
and Information Systems. Security
controls include user identification,
multi-factor authentication, database
permissions, encryption, firewalls, audit
logs, network system security
monitoring, and software controls.
SSS has ITSP–11 for Access Control
This policy applies to all SSS
information users, owners, contractors
and custodians, as well as access to any
SSS information resources. Access to
records in the system is limited to
authorized personnel who have a need
to access the records in the performance
of their official duties, and each user’s
access is restricted to only the functions
and data necessary to perform that
person’s job responsibilities. System
administrators and authorized users are
trained and required to follow
established internal security protocols
and must complete all security, privacy,
and records management training and
sign the SSS Rules of Behavior.
RECORDS ACCESS PROCEDURES
:
Same as ‘‘Notification procedures.’’
CONTESTING RECORDS PROCEDURES
:
Same as ‘‘Notification procedures.’’
NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES
:
Individuals seeking to determine
whether this System of Records contains
information about them should write to
Mr. Daniel Mira, Senior Agency Official
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for Privacy and comply with procedures
contained in the SSS Privacy Act
Regulation 32 CFR part 1665.
EXEMPTIONS PROMULGATED FOR THE SYSTEM
:
None.
HISTORY
:
None.
Daniel Mira,
Deputy Chief Information Officer, Senior
Agency Official for Privacy.
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BILLING CODE P
SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
[Disaster Declaration #17286 and #17287;
KENTUCKY Disaster Number KY–00087]
Presidential Declaration Amendment of
a Major Disaster for the
Commonwealth of Kentucky
AGENCY
: U.S. Small Business
Administration.
ACTION
: Amendment 4.
SUMMARY
: This is an amendment of the
Presidential declaration of a major
disaster for the Commonwealth of
Kentucky (FEMA–4630–DR), dated 12/
12/2021.
Incident: Severe Storms, Straight-line
Winds, Flooding, and Tornadoes.
Incident Period: 12/10/2021 through
12/11/2021.
DATES
: Issued on 01/06/2022.
Physical Loan Application Deadline
Date: 02/10/2022.
Economic Injury (EIDL) Loan
Application Deadline Date: 09/12/2022.
ADDRESSES
: Submit completed loan
applications to: U.S. Small Business
Administration, Processing and
Disbursement Center, 14925 Kingsport
Road, Fort Worth, TX 76155.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
: A.
Escobar, Office of Disaster Assistance,
U.S. Small Business Administration,
409 3rd Street SW, Suite 6050,
Washington, DC 20416, (202) 205–6734.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
: The notice
of the President’s major disaster
declaration for the Commonwealth of
Kentucky, dated 12/12/2021, is hereby
amended to establish the incident
period for this disaster as beginning 12/
10/2021 through 12/11/2021.
All other information in the original
declaration remains unchanged.
(Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
Number 59008)
Barbara Carson,
Acting Associate Administrator for Disaster
Assistance.
[FR Doc. 2022–00520 Filed 1–12–22; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 8026–03–P
SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
[Disaster Declaration #17303 and #17304;
KENTUCKY Disaster Number KY–00088]
Presidential Declaration of a Major
Disaster for Public Assistance Only for
the Commonwealth of Kentucky
AGENCY
: Small Business Administration.
ACTION
: Notice.
SUMMARY
: This is a Notice of the
Presidential declaration of a major
disaster for Public Assistance Only for
the Commonwealth of Kentucky
(FEMA–4630–DR), dated 01/06/2022.
Incident: Severe Storms, Straight-line
Winds, Flooding, and Tornadoes.
Incident Period: 12/10/2021 through
12/11/2021.
DATES
: Issued on 01/06/2022.
Physical Loan Application Deadline
Date: 03/07/2022.
Economic Injury (EIDL) Loan
Application Deadline Date: 10/06/2022.
ADDRESSES
: Submit completed loan
applications to: U.S. Small Business
Administration, Processing and
Disbursement Center, 14925 Kingsport
Road, Fort Worth, TX 76155.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
: A.
Escobar, Office of Disaster Assistance,
U.S. Small Business Administration,
409 3rd Street SW, Suite 6050,
Washington, DC 20416, (202) 205–6734.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
: Notice is
hereby given that as a result of the
President’s major disaster declaration on
01/06/2022, Private Non-Profit
organizations that provide essential
services of a governmental nature may
file disaster loan applications at the
address listed above or other locally
announced locations.
The following areas have been
determined to be adversely affected by
the disaster:
Primary Counties: Caldwell, Christian,
Fulton, Graves, Hart, Hickman,
Hopkins, Logan, Lyon, Marion,
Marshall, Muhlenberg, Ohio,
Taylor, Todd, Warren
The Interest Rates are:
Percent
For Physical Damage:
Non-Profit Organizations with
Credit Available Elsewhere ... 1.875
Non-Profit Organizations with-
out Credit Available Else-
where ..................................... 1.875
For Economic Injury:
Non-Profit Organizations with-
out Credit Available Else-
where ..................................... 1.875
The number assigned to this disaster
for physical damage is 17303 C and for
economic injury is 17304 0.
(Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
Number 59008)
Barbara Carson,
Acting Associate Administrator for Disaster
Assistance.
[FR Doc. 2022–00519 Filed 1–12–22; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 8026–03–P
SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Agency Information Collection
Activities; Submission to the Office of
Management and Budget (OMB) for
Review and Approval; Comment
Request
AGENCY
: Small Business Administration.
ACTION
: 30-Day notice and request for
comments.
SUMMARY
: The Small Business
Administration (SBA) intends to request
approval, from the Office of
Management and Budget (OMB), for the
collection of information described
below. The Paperwork Reduction Act
(PRA) requires federal agencies to
publish a notice in the Federal Register
concerning each collection of
information before submission to OMB
and to allow 30 days for public
comment in response to the notice. This
information collection is currently
approved under emergency procedures,
which included waiver of notice. This
publication complies with the PRA
requirement to publish that previously
waived notice.
DATES
: Submit comments on or before
March 31, 2022.
ADDRESSES
: Send all comments related
to this Federal Register Notice
electronically to
7apaycheckloanprogramquestions@
sba.gov with the Subject Line: ‘‘SBA
Form 3512 Comments.’’
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
:
Adrienne Grierson, Program Manager, at
adrienne.grierson@sba.gov; 202–205–
6573, or Curtis B. Rich, Management
Analyst, 202–205–7030; curtis.rich@
sba.gov.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
: Section
1102 of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and
Economic Security (CARES) Act, Public
Law 116–136, authorizes SBA to
guarantee loans made by banks or other
financial institutions under a new
temporary 7(a) program titled the
‘‘Paycheck Protection Program’’ (‘‘PPP’’)
to small businesses, certain non-profit
organizations, veterans’ organizations,
Tribal business concerns, independent
contractors and self-employed
individuals adversely impacted by the
Coronavirus Disease (COVID–19)
Emergency. This authority initially
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