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40690 Federal Register / Vol. 67, No.

114 / Thursday, June 13, 2002 / Notices

and periodically updated information • Whether the burden imposed by the DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
from all manufacturers concerning the collection of information could be
[CFDA Nos. 84.184K, 84.215E, 84.215F,
status of programs to reduce sound minimized by use of automated, 84.184A, 84.184B]
levels of toy caps. The Commission will electronic or other technological
use this information to monitor industry collection techniques, or other forms of Office of Elementary and Secondary
efforts to reduce the sound levels of toy information technology. Education—Safe and Drug-Free
caps, and to ascertain which firms are Dated: June 7, 2002. Schools and Communities—National
currently manufacturing or importing Programs
Todd A. Stevenson,
toy caps with peak sound levels
between 138 and 158 db. Secretary, Consumer Product Safety AGENCY: Department of Education.
The Commission will consider all Commission. ACTION: Notice of closing date
comments received in response to this [FR Doc. 02–14992 Filed 6–12–02; 8:45 am] extensions and revisions for Safe and
notice before requesting approval of this BILLING CODE 6355–01–P Drug-Free Schools Program
collection of information from the Office discretionary grants.
of Management and Budget.
SUMMARY: The Assistant Secretary
DATES: Written comments must be
received by the Office of the Secretary DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE extends or revises the closing date for
not later than August 12, 2002. applications for two grant competitions,
Office of the Secretary announces procedures to extend closing
ADDRESSES: Written comments should
dates for Safe and Drug-free Schools
be captioned ‘‘Information Collection Defense Science Board Program discretionary grants if the e-
Requirements for Sound Levels of Toy Application system is unavailable, and
Caps’’ and mailed to the Office of the AGENCY: Department of Defense. reaffirms the use of e-Application as the
Secretary, Consumer Product Safety only electronic means of application
Commission, Washington, DC 20207, or ACTION: Notice of Advisory Committee
meeting date change. submission.
delivered to that office, room 502, 4330
East-West Highway, Bethesda, Maryland FOR FUTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Safe
20814. Written comments may also be SUMMARY: On Thursday, May 9, 2002 (67 and Drug-Free Schools Program, U.S.
sent to the Office of the Secretary by FR 31282), the Department of Defense Department of Education, 400 Maryland
facsimile at (301) 504–0127 or by e-mail announced closed meetings of the Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20202–
at cpsc-os@cpsc.gov. Defense Science Board (DSB) Task Force 6123. Telephone (202) 260–3954.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For on Wideband RadioFrequency Systems. Individuals who use a
information about the proposed One of the meetings advertised has been telecommunication device for the deaf
collection of information call or write rescheduled from August 29–30, 2002, (TDD) may call the Federal Information
Linda L. Glatz, management and to August 28–29, 2002. The meeting will Relay Service (FIRS) at (800) 877–8339.
program analyst, Office of Planning and be held at SAIC, 4001 Fairfax Drive, Individuals with disabilities may
Evaluation, Consumer Product Safety Suite 500, Arlington, VA. obtain this document in an alternative
Commission, Washington, DC 20207; format, (e.g., Braille, large print,
Dated: June 6, 2002.
(301) 504–0416, Ext. 2226. audiotape, or computer diskette) on
Patricia L. Toppings, request to the program contact listed is
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Alternate OSD Federal Register Liaison the preceding paragraph.
A. Estimated Burden Officer, Department of Defense. Electronic Access to This Document:
[FR Doc. 02–14850 Filed 6–12–02; 8:45 am] You may view this document, as well as
The Commission staff estimates that
there are ten firms required to annually BILLING CODE 5001–08–M all other Department of Education
submit the required information. The documents published in the Federal
staff further estimates that the average Register, in text or Adobe Portable
number of hours per respondent is four DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Document Format (PDF) on the Internet
per year, for a total of 40 hours of at the following site: www.ed.gov/
Office of the Secretary legislation/FedRegister.
annual burden.
To use PDF you must have Adobe
B. Request for Comments Defense Science Board Acrobat Reader, which is available free
The Commission solicits written at this site. If you have questions about
AGENCY: Department of Defense. using PDF, call the U.S. Government
comments from all interested persons
about the proposed collection of ACTION: Notice of advisory committee Printing Office (GPO), toll free, at 1–
information. The Commission meeting cancellation. 888–293–6498; or in the Washington,
specifically solicits information relevant DC, area at (202) 512–1530.
to the following topics: SUMMARY: As previously advertised in SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: On March
• Whether the collection of the Federal Register on March 13, 2002 28, 2002, we published a notice in the
information described above is (67 FR 11293), the Defense Science Federal Register (67 FR 15048 through
necessary for the proper performance of Board Task Force on Discriminant Use 15050) inviting applications for new
the Commission’s functions, including of Force meeting scheduled for June 18– awards for the Elementary and
whether the information would have 19, 2002, is cancelled. Secondary School Counseling Programs
practical utility; grant competition with a deadline of
Dated: June 6, 2002.
• Whether the estimated burden of May 13, 2002, for receipt of
the proposed collection of information Patricia L. Toppings, applications. Conflicting information in
is accurate; Alternate OSD Federal Register Liaison the application package may have
• Whether the quality, utility, and Officer, Department of Defense. caused some applicants to misconstrue
clarity of the information to be collected [FR Doc. 02–14851 Filed 6–12–02; 8:45 am] whether applications had to be received
could be enhanced; and BILLING CODE 5001–10–M or transmitted by the closing date. We,

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therefore, revise the closing date to electronic means by which we will Must establish a special governing
allow for transmittal as well as receipt accept applications. Applications committee that includes professionals in
of the application by the May 13, 2002, transmitted by e-mail or any electronic the field of vocational rehabilitation and
closing date. An applicant must show means other than e-Application will not on which a majority of the members are
one of the following as proof of mailing be accepted. individuals with disabilities or the
on or before May 13, 2002: (1) A legibly [FR Doc. 02–14978 Filed 6–12–02; 8:45 am] parents, family members, guardians,
dated U.S. Postal Service postmark; (2) BILLING CODE 4000–01–P advocates, or authorized representatives
a legible mail receipt with the date of of the individuals; and
mailing stamped by the U.S. Postal (3) Must serve individuals with a full
Service, or (3) a dated shipping label, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION range of disabilities, and the parents,
invoice, or receipt from a commercial family members, guardians, advocates,
[CFDA No. 84.235F]
carrier. We will not accept either of the or authorized representatives of the
following as proof of mailing: (1) A Parent Information and Training individuals.
private metered postmark or (2) a mail Program; Notice Inviting Applications
receipt that is not dated by the U.S. Applications Available: June 17, 2002.
for New Awards for Fiscal Year (FY)
Postal Service. Deadline for Transmittal of
2002
On April 12, 2002, we published a Applications: August 1, 2002.
notice in the Federal Register (67 FR Purpose of Program: To establish Deadline for Intergovernmental
17974 through 17976) inviting programs to provide training and Review: September 30, 2002.
applications for new awards for the information to enable individuals with
National Coordinator Program with a Estimated Available Funds: $700,000.
disabilities, and the parents, family
deadline of May 28, 2002, for receipt of members, guardians, advocates, or other Estimated Range of Awards: $95,000–
applications. We extend the deadline for authorized representatives of the $105,000.
receipt of applications for this individuals, to participate more Estimated Average Size of Awards:
competition to June 14, 2002. effectively with professionals in meeting $100,000.
Applications must be received on or the vocational, independent living, and Estimated Number of Awards: 7.
before June 14, 2002, in the Department rehabilitation needs of individuals with
of Education’s Application Control disabilities. These grants are designed to Note: The Department is not bound by any
Center at the address given in the meet the unique training and estimates in this notice.
mailing instructions section of the information needs of those individuals
application package. The e-Application Project Period: Up to 60 months.
who live in the area to be served,
system will not be available for particularly those who are members of Applicable Regulations: The
submission of applications for the populations that have been unserved or Education Department General
National Coordinator Program during underserved. Administrative Regulations (EDGAR) in
this extension. Applications received Eligible Applicants: Private nonprofit 34 CFR parts 74, 75, 77, 79, 82, 85, 86,
after June 14, 2002, will not be accepted. organizations that meet the 97, and 99.
This action is taken because of technical requirements in section 303(c)(4) of the Statutory Activities
difficulties with the e-Application Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended
system on May 28, 2002, the closing (Act). Applicants must provide information
date for the National Coordinator grant An applicant organization— on how they will meet the requirements
program. (1) Must demonstrate the capacity and under section 303(c)(2) of the Act,
Closing Date Extension in case of expertise to— which requires grantees to assist
System Unavailability: An applicant Coordinate training and information individuals with disabilities, and the
that elects to participate in the e- activities with Centers for Independent parents, family members, guardians,
Application pilot for the Carol M. White Living; advocates, or authorized representatives
Physical Education Program, the Coordinate and work closely with of the individuals—
Alcohol Abuse Reduction program, or parent training and information centers
the Mentoring Programs and is • To better understand vocational
established pursuant to section 682(a) of
prevented from submitting an rehabilitation and independent living
the Individuals with Disabilities
application on any of the closing dates programs and services;
Education Act (as added by section 101
because the e-Application system is of the Individuals with Disabilities • To provide follow-up support for
unavailable will be granted an extension Education Act Amendments of 1997; transition and employment programs;
of one business day in order to mail the Public Law 105–17); and • To communicate more effectively
application. For the extension to be Effectively conduct the training and with transition and rehabilitation
granted, the applicant must be a information activities authorized in personnel and other relevant
registered user of e-Application and the section 303 of the Act by the Parent professionals;
e-Application system must be Training and Information Program; • To provide support in the
unavailable for 60 minutes or more (2)(i) Must be governed by a board of development of the individualized plan
between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 directors— for employment;
p.m. Washington, D.C. time on the That includes professionals in the
closing date. We will not grant a further field of vocational rehabilitation; and • To provide support and expertise in
extension of the deadline if technical On which a majority of the members obtaining information about
problems with the e-Application system are individuals with disabilities or the rehabilitation and independent living
persist. parents, family members, guardians, programs, services, and resources that
e-Application as the only electronic advocates, or authorized representatives are appropriate; and
means of submission: e-Application is a of the individuals; or • To understand the provisions of the
data driven system that allows users to (ii) Must have a membership that Act, particularly provisions relating to
enter data on-line while completing represents the interests of individuals employment, supported employment,
their applications. It is the only with disabilities; and and independent living.

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