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2 / Wednesday, January 4, 2006 / Notices

review by the Office of Management and 0006)—Extension—National Center for and Quarantine uses this application
Budget (OMB) in compliance with the Infectious Diseases (NCID), Centers for primarily to collect information to
Paperwork Reduction Act (44 U.S.C. Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). establish and maintain records of waiver
Chapter 35). To request a copy of these applicants in order to notify the U.S.
Background and Brief Description
requests, call the CDC Reports Clearance Citizenship and Immigration Services
Officer at (404) 639–4766 or send an e- Section 212(a)(1) of the Immigration (USCIS) when terms, conditions and
mail to omb@cdc.gov. Send written and Nationality Act states that aliens
controls imposed by waiver are not met.
comments to CDC Desk Officer, Office of with specific health-related conditions
NCID is requesting the extension of this
Management and Budget, Washington, are ineligible for admission into the
United States. The Attorney General data collection for 3 years. Each
DC or by fax to (202) 395–6974. Written respondent pays $80/year to mail their
comments should be received within 30 may waive application of this
inadmissability on health-related information to CDC. All respondents are
days of this notice.
grounds if an application for waiver is physicians/health-care providers. The
Proposed Project filed and approved by the consular total estimated annualized burden hours
Statement in Support of Application office considering the application for are 167.
for Waiver of Inadmissibility (0920– visa. NCID Division of Global Migration

ESTIMATED ANNUALIZED BURDEN HOURS


Avg. time/
Number of Response/
Forms response
respondents respondents (in hrs.)

CDC 4.422–1 ........................................................................................................................................... 200 1 10/60


CDC 4.422–1A ......................................................................................................................................... 200 1 20/60
CDC 4.422–1B ......................................................................................................................................... 200 1 20/60

Dated: December 28, 2005. Reauthorization Act) of Oct. 27, 1998, each program in its totality. The
Betsey S. Dunaway, Pub. L. 105–285, section 680(b) as evaluation initiative contract provides
Acting Reports Clearance Officer, Centers for amended. This legislative directive the central office with the mechanism to
Disease Control and Prevention. states that ‘‘The Secretary shall require ensure that all programs evaluated will
[FR Doc. E5–8238 Filed 1–3–06; 8:45 am] all activities receiving assistance under have consistent data that is in agreement
BILLING CODE 4163–18–P this section to be evaluated for their with the direction of OMB and provides
effectiveness. Funding for such the Secretary with information on
evaluations shall be provided as a stated program efficiency and effectiveness.
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND percentage of the assistance or through The evaluation survey’s primary
HUMAN SERVICES a separate grant awarded by the purpose is to document and
Secretary specifically for the purpose of systematically evaluate the program
Administration for Children and evaluation of a particular activity or
Families performance of three OCS discretionary
group of activities.’’ grant programs in qualitative and
Proposed Information Collection Under Title V, section 505, of the quantitative terms. Each of the three
Activity; Comment Request Family Support Act of 1998, Pub. L. OCS discretionary grant programs—
100–485, section 505(f), JOLI was CED, RF, and JOLI—will be assessed
Proposed Projects initially a demonstration program that using qualitative and quantitative
Title: The Office of Community required local evaluations of each evaluation methods that capture key
Services (OCS) Evaluation Initiative. project. When JOLI was reauthorized in information about program and grantee-
OMB No.: New Collection. 1996 (Pub. L. 104–193—Aug. 22, 1996), level performance in four general areas:
Description: This questionnaire is part it no longer had demonstration status (1) Program purpose and design; (2)
of a contract that addresses evaluation and evaluation requirements. As a strategic planning; (3) program
strategies for three programs result, a formal evaluation for the JOLI management; and (4) program results.
administered by OCS: Community programs has not been conducted since The evaluation activities will build on
Economic Development (CED), Rural the 1996 Pub. L. reauthorization. At this the initial year’s findings and methods,
Community Facilities (RF), and Job time, OCS is interested in a formal with the goal of expanding data
Opportunities for Low-Income evaluation to assess the JOLI program. collection and analysis to improve the
Individuals (JOLI). The Legislative OCS has chosen to evaluate all three validity and generalizability of findings.
requirement for two of these programs, of these programs through a separate
i.e., the RF and CED programs, is in contract awarded by the Secretary using The questionnaire will be
Title IV of the Community the Office of Management and Budget’s administered online.
Opportunities, Accountability, and (OMB) Performance Assessment Rating Respondents: Active CED and JOLI
Training and Educational Services Act Tool (PART) in order to critically review grantees with grants awarded from 2001
(COATS Human Services the overall design and effectiveness of through 2004.
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ANNUAL BURDEN ESTIMATES


Number of re- Average
Number of sponses Total burden
Instrument burden hours
respondents per respond- hours
per response
ent

Questionnaire for OCS—CED and JOLI Grantees in the U.S. ....................... 172 1 1.5 258

Estimated Total Annual Burden SUMMARY: The Food and Drug University of Arkansas, 2650 North
Hours: 258. Administration (FDA), Office of Young Ave., Fayetteville, AR 72704.
In compliance with the requirements Regulatory Affairs, Southwest Regional Name: ______________________
of section 3506(c)(2)(A) of the Small Business Representative (SWR Affiliation: ____________________
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, the SBR) Program, in collaboration with The Mailing Address: ____________________
Administration for Children and University of Arkansas (UA), is City: ____________________ State:_____
Families is soliciting public comment announcing a public workshop entitled Zip Code: ________
on the specific aspects of the ‘‘UA/FDA Food Labeling Workshop.’’ Phone: ( ) ________________
information collection described above. This public workshop is intended to FAX: ( ) ________________
Copies of the proposed collection of provide information about FDA food E-mail: ( ) _________________
information can be obtained and labeling regulations and other related Special Accommodations Required:
comments may be forwarded by writing subjects to the regulated industry, ____________________________________
to the Administration for Children and particularly small businesses and Transcripts: Transcripts of the public
Families, Office of Administration, startups. workshop will not be available due to
Office of Information Services, 370 Date and Time: This public workshop the format of this workshop. Course
L’Enfant Promenade, SW., Washington, will be held on April 5, 2006, from 8 handouts may be requested at cost
DC 20447, Attn: ACF Reports Clearance a.m. to 5 p.m., and on April 6, 2006, through the Freedom of Information
Officer. E-mail address: from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Office (HFI–35), Food and Drug
infocollection@acf.hhs.gov. All requests Location: The public workshop will Administration, 5600 Fishers Lane, rm.
should be identified by the title of the be held at the Continuing Education 12A–16, Rockville, MD 20857,
information collection. Center, 2 East Center St., Fayetteville, approximately 15 working days after the
The Department specifically requests AR (located downtown). public workshop at a cost of 10 cents
comments on: (a) Whether the proposed Contact: Steven C. Seideman, 2650 per page.
collection of information is necessary North Young Ave., Institute of Food SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The FDA
for the proper performance of the Science & Engineering, University of SWR SBR previously presented this
functions of the agency, including Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72704, 479– workshop in Fayetteville, AR, on April
whether the information shall have 575–4221, FAX: 479–575–2165, or e- 5 and 6, 2005 (70 FR 6450, February 7,
practical utility; (b) the accuracy of the mail: seideman@uark.edu. 2005).
agency’s estimate of the burden of the For information on accommodation This public workshop is being held in
proposed collection of information; (c) options, contact Steven C. Seideman response to the large volume of food
the quality, utility, and clarity of the (see Contact). labeling inquiries from small food
information to be collected; and (d) Registration: You are encouraged to manufacturers and startups originating
ways to minimize the burden of the register by March 21, 2006. The from the area covered by the FDA
collection of information on University of Arkansas has a $150 Denver District Office. The SWR SBR
respondents, including through the use registration fee to cover the cost of presents these workshops to help
of automated collection techniques or facilities, materials, speakers, and achieve objectives set forth in section
other forms of information technology. breaks. Seats are limited, please submit 406 of the Food and Drug
Consideration will be given to your registration as soon as possible. Administration Modernization Act of
comments and suggestions submitted Course space will be filled in order of 1997 (21 U.S.C. 393), which include
within 60 days of this publication. receipt of registration. Those accepted working closely with stakeholders and
Dated: December 27, 2005. into the course will receive maximizing the availability and clarity
Robert Sargis, confirmation. Registration will close of information to stakeholders and the
Reports Clearance Officer. after the course is filled. Registration at public. This is consistent with the
[FR Doc. 06–18 Filed 1–3–06; 8:45 am] the site is not guaranteed but may be purposes of the SBR Program, which are
possible on a space available basis on in part to respond to industry inquiries,
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the day of the public workshop develop educational materials, sponsor
beginning at 8 a.m. The cost of workshops and conferences to provide
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND registration at the site is $200 payable firms, particularly small businesses,
HUMAN SERVICES to: ‘‘The University of Arkansas.’’ If you with firsthand working knowledge of
need special accommodations due to a FDA’s requirements and compliance
Food and Drug Administration disability, please contact Steven C. policies. This workshop is also
Seideman (see Contact) at least 7 days consistent with the Small Business
University of Arkansas/Food and Drug in advance. Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act of
Administration Food Labeling; Public Registration Form Instructions: To 1996 (Pub. L. 104–121), as outreach
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Workshop register, please complete the following activities by government agencies to


AGENCY: Food and Drug Administration, form and submit along with a check or small businesses.
HHS. money order for $150 payable to the The goal of this public workshop is to
‘‘The University of Arkansas.’’ Mail to: present information that will enable
ACTION: Notice of public workshop.
Institute of Food Science & Engineering, manufacturers and regulated industry to

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