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Federal Register / Vol. 70, No.

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supplementary submissions) to the Washington, DC 20460. At a minimum, Dated: June 31, 2005.
Agency, as outlined above. Though requestors will be required to provide William P. Nichols,
similar in file content, the paper adequate identification (e.g., driver’s Director, Procurement and Grants Office,
collections held by the EPA contractor license, military identification card, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
in Silver Spring may differ from those employee badge or identification card) [FR Doc. 05–11976 Filed 6–16–05; 8:45 am]
maintained by the applicable Regional and, if necessary, proof of authority. BILLING CODE 4163–18–P
office. Additional identity verification
(3) Records on various isolated procedures may be required as
electronic systems developed and warranted. Requests must meet the DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
operated by individual EPA Regional requirements of EPA regulations at 40 HUMAN SERVICES
offices under their own initiative for CFR part 16.
local use. These electronic records are Centers for Medicare and Medicaid
maintained separately from the main Record Access Procedures: Services
central server at RTP, and have been Requesters seeking access to this [Document Identifier: CMS–10157]
created solely by and for the use of the system shall follow the directions
applicable Regional office. described under Notification Procedure Emergency Clearance: Public
• Retrieving and will be sent to the system manager Information Collection Requirements
Records may be retrieved by at the address listed above. Submitted to the Office of Management
referencing an individual’s name, and Budget (OMB)
application ID number, applicant ID Contesting Records Procedures:
number, or program activity. If you wish to contest a record in the AGENCY: Center for Medicare and
• Safeguarding Access system of records, contact the system Medicaid Services, HHS.
Physical access to the electronic data In compliance with the requirement
manager with the information described
system housed within the facility at RTP of section 3506(c)(2)(A) of the
under Notification Procedure, identify
is controlled by a computerized badge Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, the
the specific items you are contesting,
reading system, with the complex Centers for Medicare and Medicaid
and provide a written justification for
patrolled by security during non- Services (CMS), Department of Health
each item.
business hours. All users are provided and Human Services, is publishing the
a unique user identification (ID) with Record Source Categories: following summary of proposed
personal identifiers. All interactions collections for public comment.
Information is obtained from
between the system and the authorized Interested persons are invited to send
individuals, firms, and training provider
individual users are recorded through comments regarding this burden
forms submitted for certification and/or
use of a card reader and tracking estimate or any other aspect of this
accreditation to perform lead-based
database. Paper records stored at the collection of information, including any
paint activities.
EPA contractor facility in Silver Spring of the following subjects: (1) The
are protected by computerized badge- System Exempted from Certain necessity and utility of the proposed
reading security systems, with files Provisions of the Act: information collection for the proper
maintained in locked file drawers. None. performance of the agency’s functions;
Records stored at EPA Regional offices (2) the accuracy of the estimated
[FR Doc. 05–11913 Filed 6–16–05; 8:45 am]
are secured through building security burden; (3) ways to enhance the quality,
BILLING CODE 6560–50–S
with computerized badge-reading utility, and clarity of the information to
systems. be collected; and (4) the use of
• Retaining and Disposing automated collection techniques or
EPA will retain and dispose of these other forms of information technology to
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
records in accordance with the EPA minimize the information collection
HUMAN SERVICES
Records Schedule 089 and the National burden.
Archives and Records Administration Centers for Disease Control and We are, however, requesting an
General Records Schedule 23/8. Prevention emergency review of the information
Application records maintained in the collection referenced below. In
system are deleted/destroyed 2 years compliance with the requirement of
[RFA IP05–097]
after the date of the last entry. section 3506(c)(2)(A) of the Paperwork
Feasibility and Impact of Influenza Reduction Act of 1995, we have
System Manager’s Address and submitted to the Office of Management
Telephone Number: Vaccination by Pediatricians of
Household Contacts of Children Less and Budget (OMB) the following
LPSOR System Manager, USEPA, Than Two Years; Notice of Availability requirements for emergency review. We
Office of Pollution Prevention and of Funds—Amendment are requesting an emergency review
Toxics, (7404T), 1200 Pennsylvania because the collection of this
Ave., NW., Washington, DC 20460, Attn: A notice announcing the availability information is needed before the
Maria J. Doa, Ph.D., Director, National of fiscal year (FY) 2005 funds for a expiration of the normal time limits
Program Chemicals Division, (202) 566– cooperative agreement for Feasibility under OMB’s regulations at 5 CFR part
0500. and Impact of Influenza Vaccination by 1320. This is necessary to ensure
Pediatricians of Household Contacts of compliance with an initiative of the
Notification Procedure: Children Less Than Two Years was Administration. We cannot reasonably
Requests to determine whether this published in the Federal Register, comply with the normal clearance
system of records contains a record Thursday, May 12, 2005, Volume 70, procedures, because of a possible public
pertaining to you must be sent to the Number 91, pages 25063–25067. harm that will ensue from delay or
LPSOR System Manager, USEPA, Office This notice has been withdrawn and denial of access to the new Eligibility
of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, applications are not being accepted for verification process described in this
(7404T), 1200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW., funding. notice.

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35254 Federal Register / Vol. 70, No. 116 / Friday, June 17, 2005 / Notices

The Centers for Medicare and Martin, New Executive Office procedures is reasonably likely to cause
Medicaid Services (CMS) is requesting Building, Room 10235, Washington, a statutory deadline to be missed.
that a paperwork Reduction Act (PRA) DC 20503. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid
package for a new CMS Real-Time Dated: June 3, 2005. Services (CMS) is seeking approval to
Eligibility Agreement and Access Jim L. Wickliffe, collect information from beneficiaries,
Request form be processed under the providers, physicians, or suppliers on
CMS Reports Clearance Officer, Regulations
emergency clearance process. The Development Group, Office of Strategic health insurance coverage that is
approval of this data collection process Operations and Regulatory Affairs. primary to Medicare. Collecting this
is essential in order to support the [FR Doc. 05–11721 Filed 6–16–05; 8:45 am] information allows CMS to identify
necessary national database and
infrastructure to process Health
BILLING CODE 4120–01–P those Medicare beneficiaries who have
Insurance Portability and other group health insurance that would
Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) pay before Medicare, safeguarding the
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND Medicare Trust Fund. The annual
compliant health care eligibility HUMAN SERVICES
inquiries (270) and responses (271) in a savings from the Medicare Secondary
real-time basis. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Payer (MSP) program for Parts A and B
CMS is requiring that trading partners Services are more than $4.5 billion per year.
who wish to conduct the eligibility With the impending implementation of
transaction on a real-time basis to access [Document Identifier: CMS–250–254] Medicare Part D under the Medicare
Medicare beneficiary information Prescription Drug, Modernization and
Emergency Clearance: Public
provide certain assurances as a Improvement Act of 2003 (MMA), a new
Information Collection Requirements
condition of receiving access to the approval is needed in order to include
Submitted to the Office of Management
Medicare database for the purpose of and Budget (OMB) prescription drug-related questions on
conducting eligibility verification. the already-approved MSP collections
Health care providers, clearinghouses, AGENCY: Center for Medicare and and increase the savings to the Medicare
and health plans that wish to access the Medicaid Services, HHS. Trust Fund.
Medicare database are required to In compliance with the requirement
CMS is requesting OMB review and
complete the access request form. The of section 3506(c)(2)(A) of the
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, the approval of this collection by July 15,
information will be used to assure that
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid 2005, with a 180-day approval period.
those entities that access the Medicare
Services (CMS), Department of Health Written comments and recommendation
database are aware of applicable
provisions and penalties. and Human Services, is publishing the will be accepted from the public if
CMS is requesting OMB review and following summary of proposed received by the individuals designated
approval of this collection by July 1, collections for public comment. below by June 11, 2005.
2005, with a 180-day approval period. Interested persons are invited to send To obtain copies of the supporting
Written comments and recommendation comments regarding this burden statement and any related forms for the
will be accepted from the public if estimate or any other aspect of this proposed paperwork collections
received by the individuals designated collection of information, including any referenced above, access CMS’ Web site
below by June 28, 2005. of the following subjects: (1) The address at http://www.cms.hhs.gov/
To obtain copies of the supporting necessity and utility of the proposed regulations/pra or e-mail your request,
statement and any related forms for the information collection for the proper including your address, phone number,
proposed paperwork collections performance of the agency’s functions; OMB number, and CMS document
referenced above, access CMS’ Web site (2) the accuracy of the estimated identifier, to Paperwork@cms.hhs.gov,
address at http://www.cms.hhs.gov/ burden; (3) ways to enhance the quality, or call the Reports Clearance Office on
regulations/pra or e-mail your request, utility, and clarity of the information to (410) 786–1326.
including your address, phone number, be collected; and (4) the use of
OMB number, and CMS document automated collection techniques or Interested persons are invited to send
identifier, to Paperwork@cms.hhs.gov, other forms of information technology to comments regarding the burden or any
or call the Reports Clearance Office on minimize the information collection other aspect of these collections of
(410) 786–1326. burden. information requirements. However, as
Interested persons are invited to send We are, however, requesting an noted above, comments on these
comments regarding the burden or any emergency review of the information information collection and
other aspect of these collections of collection referenced below. In recordkeeping requirements must be
information requirements. However, as compliance with the requirement of mailed and/or faxed to the designees
noted above, comments on these section 3506(c)(2)(A) of the Paperwork referenced below by July 11, 2005:
information collection and Reduction Act of 1995, we have
recordkeeping requirements must be Centers for Medicare and Medicaid
submitted to the Office of Management
mailed and/or faxed to the designees and Budget (OMB) the following Services, Office of Strategic
referenced below by June 28, 2005: requirements for emergency review. We Operations and Regulatory Affairs,
are requesting an emergency review Room C5–13–27, 7500 Security
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid
because the collection of this Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21244–
Services, Office of Strategic
information is needed before the 1850. Fax Number: (410) 786–0262.
Operations and Regulatory Affairs,
expiration of the normal time limits Attn: William N. Parham, III, CMS–
Room C5–13–27, 7500 Security
Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21244– under OMB’s regulations at 5 CFR part 250–254; and
1850. Fax Number: (410) 786–0262, 1320. This is necessary to ensure OMB Human Resources and Housing
Attn: William N. Parham, III, CMS– compliance with an initiative of the Branch, Attention: Christopher
10157; and Administration. We cannot reasonably Martin, New Executive Office
OMB Human Resources and Housing comply with the normal clearance Building, Room 10235, Washington,
Branch, Attention: Christopher procedures the use of normal clearance DC 20503.

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