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Public Availability of Year 2000 Agency Inventories Under the Federal Activities Inventory Reform Act of 1998 (Public Law 105-270) (“FAIR Act”)

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Office of Management and Budget, Executive Office of the President.


Notice of Public Availability of Commercial Activities Inventories.


Year 2000 FAIR Act Commercial Activities Inventories are now available to the public from the agencies listed below. The Office of Federal Procurement Policy has prepared and is making available a summary FAIR Act User's Guide through its Internet site:​OMB/​procurement/​index.html. This User's Guide will help interested parties Start Printed Page 59027review Year 2000 FAIR Act inventories, and will also include the web-site addresses to access agency inventories.

The “Federal Activities Inventory Reform Act of 1998” (Public Law 105-270) (“FAIR Act”) requires that OMB publish an announcement of public availability of agency Commercial Activities Inventories upon completion of OMB's review and consultation process concerning the content of the agencies' inventory submissions. OMB has completed this process for the agencies listed below. Further announcements will be published as OMB and the agencies complete their review and consultation process.

The attached Commercial Activities Inventories are now available.

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Jacob J. Lew,


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Advisory Council on Historic PreservationCarol McLain, 202-606-8511, Website:
More information contact: Sharon Conway, 202-606-8648, For challenges and appeals contact: Carol McLain.
Broadcasting Board of GovernorsDennis Sokol, 202-619-3988, Website:, Can provide hard copy if needed.
Chemical Safety BoardPhylliis Thompson, 202-261-7600, Website:
More information contact: Faye Gibbons 202-261-7600.
Environmental Protection AgencyGeorge Ames, 202-564-4998, Website:​efinpage (Whats News).
Environmental Protection AgencyJohn Jones, 202-260-3137, Website:​oigearth.
Equal Employment Opportunity CommissionAllan fisher, 202-663-4200
More information contact: George Betters, 202-663-4266, For Challenges and Appeals contact: George Betters and legal counsel.
Federal Labor Relations AuthorityHarold D. Kessler, 202-482-6690 ext. 440, Website:
Federal Medication and Conciliation ServiceGeorge Buckingham 202-606-8100, Website:
Federal Mine Safety and Health Review CommissionRichard Baker, 202-653-5625, Website:
Holocaust Memorial Council and MuseumJay Gaglione, 202-314-0336, Website:
Merit Systems Protection BoardDouglas Wade, 202-653-6772, Website:
National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationTimothy Sullivan, 202-358-2215, Website:​fair/​.
National Gallery of ArtBill Roache, 202-842-6329, Website:
National Labor Relations BoardHarding Darden, 202-273-3970, Website:
National Mediation BoardJune King, 202-692-5010, Website:
National Science FoundationGary Scavongelli, 703-292-8102, Website:​cgi-bin/​getpub?​od001.
Occupational Safety & Health Review CommissionLedia Bernal, 202-606-5390, Website:
Office of Federal Housing Enterprise OversightLinda Gwinn, 202-414-3789, Website:
Office of Government EthicsSean Donohue, 202-208-8000, ext. 1217, Website:
Office of Management and BudgetBrian Gillis, 202-395-7250, Website:​OMB/​procrement.
Office of National Drug Control PolicyTilman Dean, 202-395-6722, Website: More information contact: Tilman Dean and General Counsel.
Office of Personnel ManagementKenneth McMahill, 202-606-2494, Website:​procure.
Office of Science & Technology PolicyBarbara Ferguson, 202-456-6001, Website: (Inside OSTP).
Office of the Special CounselJane McFarland, 202-653-9001, Website:
Department of Veterans AffairsJohn O'Hara, 202-273-5068, Website: e-mail:, fax: 202-273-5991.
Woodrow Wilson CenterMs. Ronnie Dempsey, 202-691-4216.
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[FR Doc. 00-25344 Filed 10-2-00; 8:45 am]