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Public Availability of Year 2002 Agency Inventories Under the Federal Activities Inventory Reform Act of 1998 (Public Law 105-270) (“FAIR Act”)

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AGENCY:

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

ACTION:

Notice of Public Availability of Agency Inventories of Activities That Are Not Inherently Governmental and of Activities That Are Inherently Governmental.

SUMMARY:

Agency inventories of activities that are not inherently governmental are now available to the public from the agencies listed below, in accordance with the “Federal Activities Inventory Reform Act of 1998” (Public Law 105-270) (“FAIR Act”). Agency inventories of activities that are inherently governmental are also now available to the public from the agencies listed below. This is the second release of the 2002 FAIR Act inventories. The Office of Federal Procurement Policy has made available a summary FAIR Act User's Guide through its Internet site: http://www.whitehouse.gov/​OMB/​procurement/​index.html. The User's Guide should help interested parties review 2002 FAIR Act inventories, and gain access to agency inventories through agency web-site addresses.

The FAIR Act requires OMB to publish an announcement of public availability of agency inventories of activities that are not inherently governmental upon completion of OMB's review and consultation process concerning the content of the agencies' inventory submissions. After review and consultation with OMB, the agency inventories are made available to the public. Interested parties who disagree with the agency's initial judgment can challenge the inclusion or the omission of an activity on the list and, if not satisfied with this review, may also demand a higher agency review/appeal.

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Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr.,

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Second FAIR Act Release 2002

AgencyContact
Advisory Council on Historic PreservationJohn Fowler, (202) 606-8503, www.achp.gov.
African Development FoundationTom Coogan, (202) 673-3946, www.adf.gov.
Appalachian Regional CommissionGuy Land, (202) 884-7674, www.arc.gov.
Broadcasting Board of GovernorsMonica Smith, (202) 619-3988, www.bbg.gov.
Council on Environmental QualityDinah Bear, (202) 395-7421, www.whitehouse.gov/​ceq.
Department of EducationGlenn Perry, (202) 708-8488, www.ed.gov/​offices/​OCFO.
Department of Housing and Urban Development (IG)John Harr, (202) 708-0614, x8164, www.hud.gov/​oig/​oigindex.html.
Department of the InteriorDorothy Sugiyama, (202) 208-3433, www.doi.gov.
Department of the Interior (IG)Steve Suprun, (202) 208-6523, www.oig.doi.gov.
Environmental Protection AgencyTimothy McProuty, (202) 564-4996, www.epa.gov.
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Environmental Protection Agency (IG)Elissa Karpf, (202) 566-2604, www.epa.gov/​oigearth.
Equal Employment OpportunityJames Israel, (202) 663-4250, www.eeoc.gov.
Federal Communications CommissionMichele Sutton, (202) 418-0100, www.fcc.gov.
Federal Communications Commission (IG)Charles Willoughby, (202) 418-0472, www.fcc.gov/​oig/​oigreports.html.
Federal Emergency ManagementAgency Margaret Chan, (202) 646-2931, www.fema.gov.
Federal Mediation and Conciliation ServiceKaren Kline, (202) 606-5488, www.fmcs.gov.
Federal Mine Safety and Health Review CommissionRichard Baker, (202) 434-9900, www.fmshrc.gov.
Federal Trade CommissionDarleen Cossette, (202) 326-3255, www.ftc.gov.
Inter-American FoundationLinda Borst-Kolko, (703) 306-4308, www.iaf.gov.
International Trade CommissionJudith Gwynn, (202) 205-2202, www.usitc.gov.
Japan-U.S. Friendship CommissionEric Gangloff, (202) 418-9800, www.jusfc.gov/​commissn/​commissn.html.
Morris-Udall FoundationChristopher Helms, (520) 670-5299, www.udall.gov.
National Archives and Records AdministrationLori Lisowski, (301) 837-1850, www.archives.gov.
National Archives and Records Administration (IG)James Springs, (301) 837-3018, www.archives.gov/​about_​us/​office_​of_​the_​inspector_​general/​.
National Capital Planning CommissionSandra Quick, (202) 482-7200, www.ncpc.gov.
National Gallery of ArtWilliam Roache, (202) 842-6329, www.nga.gov.
National Endowment for the ArtsLarry Baden, (202) 682-5408, www.nea.gov.
National Labor Relations BoardMike Erickson, (202) 273-0054, www.nlrb.gov.
National Labor Relations Board (IG)Emil George, (202) 273-1960, www.nlrb.gov/​ig/​igindex.htm.
National Mediation BoardGrace Ann Leach, (202) 692-5010, www.nmb.gov.
National Science FoundationGary Scavongelli, (703) 292-8102, www.nsf.gov.
Occupational Safety and Health Review CommissionLedia Bernal, (202) 606-5390, www.oshrc.gov.
Office of Management and BudgetTrish Haney, (202) 395-4754, www.whitehouse.gov/​omb/​.
Peace CorpsChristine Arnold, (202) 692-1100, www.peacecorps.gov.
Railroad Retirement BoardSteven Bartholow, (312) 751-4935, www.rrb.gov.
Railroad Retirement Board (IG)William Tebbe, (312) 751-4350, www.rrb.gov/​oig/​Rrboig.html.
Small Business AdministrationRobert Moffitt, (202) 205-6610, www.sba.gov.
U.S. Patent and Trademark OfficeW. Dan Haigler, (703) 305-8161, www.uspto.gov.
U.S. Trade and Development AgencyLarry Bevan, (703) 875-4357, www.tda.gov.
U.S. Trade RepresentativeSusan Buck, (202) 395-9412, www.ustr.gov.
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[FR Doc. 02-31023 Filed 12-6-02; 8:45 am]

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