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Federal Register / Vol. 72, No.

22 / Friday, February 2, 2007 / Notices 5053

A. Federal Reserve Bank of New Program, GSA, 1800 F Street, NW, Stop products and services against the
York (Anne McEwen, Financial 2013, Washington, DC, 20405, requirements outlined in FIPS 201 and
Specialist) 33 Liberty Street, New York, telephone: 202–501–1123, e-mail: its supporting documents. Twenty-two
New York 10045-0001: april.giles@gsa.gov. product/service categories were created
1. Bancorp of New Jersey, Inc., to using FIPS 201 and supporting
become a bank holding company by documentation as the foundation. Each
acquiring voting shares of Bank of New Background category has developed approval and
Jersey, both of Fort Lee, New Jersey. Homeland Security Presidential test procedures which outline the
B. Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas Directive–12 (HSPD–12), ‘‘Policy for a evaluation criteria, approval
City (Donna J. Ward, Assistant Vice Common Identification Standard for mechanisms and test process employed
President) 925 Grand Avenue, Kansas Federal Employees and Contractors’’ by the laboratory during their evaluation
City, Missouri 64198-0001: requires agencies to use only of a Supplier’s product or service
1. First Bancorp of Durango, Inc. against the requirements for that
information technology products and
Inverness, Illinois; to acquire 100 category. Initially the cost of evaluating
services that meet this standard. The
percent of the voting shares of Grants each product was funded by GSA.
Office of Management and Budget
State Bank, Grants, New Mexico. Once evaluated and approved by
(OMB) has designated the GSA as the
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Executive Agent for government-wide GSA, products and services are placed
System, January 30, 2007. acquisitions for the implementation of on the FIPS 201 Approved List.
Robert deV. Frierson, HSPD–12. HSPD–12 establishes the Agencies can then procure these
Deputy Secretary of the Board. requirement for a mandatory products and services from Suppliers
[FR Doc. E7–1736 Filed 2–1–07; 8:45 am] Government-wide standard for secure for their HSPD–12 implementations
BILLING CODE 6210–01–S and reliable forms of identification having full assurance that they meet all
issued by the Federal Government to its the requirements of FIPS 201 and all
employees and contractors. OMB has supporting documentation.
GENERAL SERVICES directed Federal agencies to purchase Dated: January 24, 2007.
ADMINISTRATION only products and services that are Mary Mitchell,
compliant with the Federal policy, Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of
[ME–2007–N01; Docket 2007–0005,
Sequence 1]
standards and numerous supporting Technology Strategy.
technical specifications, including: [FR Doc. E7–1693 Filed 2–1–07; 8:45 am]
Change in Fee Structure for FIPS 201 • Federal Information Processing BILLING CODE 6820–34–S
Product/Service Evaluations Standard 201, Personal Identity
Verification of Federal Employees and
AGENCY: Office of Governmentwide Contractors;
Policy, General Services DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
• National Institute of Standards and HUMAN SERVICES
Administration. Technology (NIST) Special Publications
ACTION: Notice. (SP) 800–73, Interfaces for Personal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid
Identity Verification, 800–78 Services
SUMMARY: Under the Federal
Cryptographic Algorithms and Key
Information Processing Standards (FIPS) [Document Identifier: CMS–367]
Sizes for Personal Identity Verification,
201 Evaluation Program, the General
and 800–79, Guidelines for the Emergency Clearance: Public
Services Administration (GSA)
Certification and Accreditation of PIV Information Collection Requirements
publishes this notice of intent that it
Card Issuing Organizations; and Submitted to the Office of Management
will no longer fund product/service
• Special Publication 800–76,
evaluations as of April 3, 2007. Overall and Budget (OMB)
Biometric Data Specification for
impact on the FIPS 201 Evaluation
Personal Identity Verification (Pending). AGENCY: Center for Medicare &
Program is minimal with respect to
To ensure standard HSPD–12 Medicaid Services, HHS.
operations. Product/service evaluations In compliance with the requirement
compliant products and services are
will continue to be performed and of section 3506(c)(2)(A) of the
available, NIST has issued requirements
approved through the current fully Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, the
in FIPS 201 and supporting
operational laboratory and future Centers for Medicare & Medicaid
documentation (http://csrc.nist.gov/piv-
qualified laboratories; however, fees for Services (CMS), Department of Health
evaluations will be borne on a cost– As mandated by OMB through M05– and Human Services, is publishing the
reimbursable basis by the Supplier. 24, GSA has been designated as the following summary of proposed
Instruction on how to obtain product/ ‘‘executive agent for Government-wide collections for public comment.
service evaluations and an estimated fee acquisitions of information technology’’ Interested persons are invited to send
structure will be posted at: (http:// under section 5112(e) of the Clinger- comments regarding this burden
fips201ep.cio.gov/index.php). Cohen Act of 1996 (40 U.S.C. § 11302(e)) estimate or any other aspect of this
DATES: The GSA FIPS 201 Evaluation for the products and services required collection of information, including any
Program currently provides funding for by the HSPD–12. GSA will ensure all of the following subjects: (1) The
evaluation of products and services approved Suppliers provide products necessity and utility of the proposed
through its fully operational laboratory. and services that meet all applicable information collection for the proper
Suppliers whose applications for federal standards and requirements performance of the agency’s functions;
evaluation are received by the through its fully operational laboratory (2) the accuracy of the estimated
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laboratory after April 3, 2007 will be under the FIPS 201 Evaluation Program, burden; (3) ways to enhance the quality,
required to bear the cost of their web site found at (http:// utility, and clarity of the information to
evaluation. fips201ep.cio.gov/index.php). be collected; and (4) the use of
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. The GSA FIPS 201 Evaluation automated collection techniques or
April Giles, FIPS 201 Evaluation Program is currently set up to evaluate other forms of information technology to

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minimize the information collection and CMS document identifier, to automated collection techniques or
burden. Paperwork@cms.hhs.gov, or call the other forms of information technology to
We are, however, requesting an Reports Clearance Office on (410) 786– minimize the information collection
emergency review of the information 1326. burden.
collection referenced below. In Interested persons are invited to send 1. Type of Information Collection
compliance with the requirement of comments regarding the burden or any Request: Extension of a currently
section 3506(c)(2)(A) of the Paperwork other aspect of these collections of approved collection; Title of
Reduction Act of 1995, we have information requirements. However, as Information Collection: Medicare
submitted to the Office of Management noted above, comments on these Current Beneficiary Survey (MCBS):
and Budget (OMB) the following information collection and Rounds 48–56. Use: The Medicare
requirements for emergency review. We recordkeeping requirements must be Current Beneficiary Survey (MCBS) is a
are requesting an emergency review received by the designees referenced continuous, multipurpose survey of a
because the collection of this below by March 3, 2007: nationally representative sample of
information is needed before the aged, disabled, and institutionalized
expiration of the normal time limits Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Medicare beneficiaries. MCBS, which is
under OMB’s regulations at 5 CFR Part Services, Office of Strategic sponsored by the Centers for Medicare
1320. This is necessary to ensure Operations and Regulatory Affairs, & Medicaid Services, is the only
compliance with implementation of Room C4–26–05, 7500 Security comprehensive source of information on
Public Law 109–171 Deficit Reduction Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21244– the health status, health care use and
Act (DRA) of 2005. CMS does not have 1850, Attn: Melissa Musotto (CMS– expenditures, health insurance
sufficient time to complete the normal 367) coverage, and socioeconomic and
PRA clearance process. and, demographic characteristics of the
1. Type of Information Collection OMB Human Resources and Housing entire spectrum of Medicare
Request: Revision of a currently Branch, Attention: Katherine Astrich, beneficiaries. MCBS data users can
approved collection; Title of New Executive Office Building, Room assess the impact of major policy
Information Collection: Medicaid Drug 10235, Washington, DC 20503. innovations and health care reform on
Program Monthly Quarterly Drug Dated: January 23, 2007. Medicare beneficiaries. They can
Reporting Format. Use: Section 1927 of Michelle Shortt, monitor delivery of services, sources of
the Social Security Act requires drug Director, Regulations Development Group, payment for Medicare covered and non-
manufacturers to enter into and have in Office of Strategic Operations and Regulatory covered services, beneficiary cost
effect a rebate agreement with the Affairs. sharing and financial protection, and
Federal Government for States to receive [FR Doc. 07–376 Filed 2–1–07; 8:45 am] satisfaction with and the access to
funding for drugs dispensed to BILLING CODE 4120–01–P health care services. Form Number:
Medicaid beneficiaries. The Deficit CMS–P–0015A (OMB#: 0938–0568);
Reduction Act (DRA) of 2005 modified Frequency: Third Party Disclosure,
Section 1927 to require additional DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND Recordkeeping, and Reporting—Yearly;
reporting requirements beyond the HUMAN SERVICES Affected Public: Individuals or
quarterly data currently collected; households, Business or other for-profit
therefore, we are seeking approval of a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid and not-for-profit institutions; Number
revision to this collection to reflect Services of Respondents: 16,500; Total Annual
changes implemented by the DRA. Such Responses: 49,500; Total Annual Hours:
[Document Identifier: CMS–P–0015A and
changes include the addition of nominal CMS–10204] 50,325.
pricing as another quarterly data 2. Type of Information Collection
element. CMS form 367 identifies the Agency Information Collection Request: New collection; Title of
data fields that manufacturers must Activities: Submission for OMB Information Collection: Evaluation of
submit to CMS on both a monthly and Review; Comment Request the Medical Adult Day-Care Services
quarterly basis. Form Number: CMS– Demonstration, Phase I; Use: This
367 (OMB#: 0938–0578); Frequency: AGENCY: Centers for Medicare & request seeks Office of Management and
Reporting: Monthly and quarterly; Medicaid Services, HHS. Budget’s (OMB) approval of (1)
Affected Public: Business or other for- In compliance with the requirement collection of enrollment data by
profit; Number of Respondents: 540; of section 3506(c)(2)(A) of the demonstration sites and (2) face-to-face
Total Annual Responses: 8,640; Total Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, the interviews with Medicare beneficiaries
Annual Hours: 51,840. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (not to exceed 45 minutes in length).
CMS is requesting OMB review and Services (CMS), Department of Health These data collection and interviews are
approval of this collection by March 5, and Human Services, is publishing the to be completed during Phase I of the
2007, with a 180-day approval period. following summary of proposed Evaluation of the Medical Adult Day-
Written comments and collections for public comment. Care Services Demonstration (Contract
recommendations will be considered Interested persons are invited to send Number 500–00–0038/5).
from the public if received by the comments regarding this burden Section 703 of the Medicare
individuals designated below by March estimate or any other aspect of this Prescription Drug, Improvement and
3, 2007. collection of information, including any Modernization Act of 2003 (MMA) (Pub.
To obtain copies of the supporting of the following subjects: (1) The L. 108–173) authorizes a three-year
statement and any related forms for the necessity and utility of the proposed demonstration to assess the clinical and
proposed paperwork collections information collection for the proper cost-effectiveness of providing medical
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referenced above, access CMS’ Web site performance of the Agency’s function; adult day-care services as a substitute
address at http://www.cms.hhs.gov/ (2) the accuracy of the estimated for a portion of home health services
PaperworkReductionActof1995/ or E- burden; (3) ways to enhance the quality, that would otherwise be provided in the
mail your request, including your utility, and clarity of the information to beneficiary’s home. Under this
address, phone number, OMB number, be collected; and (4) the use of authority, the Centers for Medicare &

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