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Federal Register / Vol. 69, No.

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Committee (JJAC) in Denver, Colorado, Dated: June 16, 2004. the Act. Regulation 20 CFR 702.121
on July 9–10, 2004, at the meeting times Marilyn Roberts, addresses the use of forms for the
and location noted below. Executive Associate Administrator, Office of reporting of required information. The
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. LS–266 is submitted by the parent or
DATES: The schedule of events is as guardian of the dependent for whom
[FR Doc. 04–13942 Filed 6–18–04; 8:45 am]
follows: continuation of benefits is sought. The
Friday, July 9, 2004: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. statements contained on the form must
Discussion and deliberation on JJAC. be verified by an official of the
Recommendations to the President, the DEPARTMENT OF LABOR educational institution. The information
Congress, and the Administrator of is used by the Department of Labor to
OJJDP (Public Meeting). Employment Standards Administration determine whether a continuation of the
Saturday, July 10, 2004: 9 a.m.–10:30 benefits is justified. This information
Proposed Collection; Comment collection is currently approved for use
a.m. If needed, further discussion and Request
deliberation on JJAC. Recommendations through December 31, 2004.
to the President, the Congress, and the ACTION: Notice. II. Review Focus
Administrator of OJJDP (Public The Department of Labor is
Meeting). If further discussion time is SUMMARY: The Department of Labor, as
part of its continuing effort to reduce particularly interested in comments
not needed, subcommittees of the JJAC which:
will meet in closed session, 10:30–11:30 paperwork and respondent burden,
conducts a preclearance consultation • Evaluate whether the proposed
a.m. Subcommittee Reporting (Open collection of information is necessary
program to provide the general public
Session), 11:30 a.m.–12 p.m. Closing for the proper performance of the
and Federal agencies with an
Remarks (Open Session). functions of the agency, including
opportunity to comment on proposed
ADDRESSES: The meeting will take place and/or continuing collections of whether the information will have
at the Hyatt Regency, 1750 Welton information in accordance with the practical utility;
Street, Denver, Colorado 80202. Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 • Evaluate the accuracy of the
(PRA95) [44 U.S.C. 3506(c)(2)(A)]. This agency’s estimate of the burden of the
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: proposed collection of information,
program helps to ensure that requested
Timothy Wight, Designated Federal data can be provided in the desired including the validity of the
Official, OJJDP, by e-mail at: format, reporting burden (time and methodology and assumptions used;, or by • Enhance the quality, utility and
financial resources) is minimized,
telephone at (202) 514–2190 (please clarity of the information to be
collection instruments are clearly
note that this is not a toll-free number). collected; and
understood, and the impact of collection
• Minimize the burden of the
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The requirements on respondents can be
collection of information on those who
Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee, properly assessed. Currently, the
are to respond, including through the
established pursuant to section 3(2)(A) Employment Standards Administration
use of appropriate automated,
of the Federal Advisory Committee Act is soliciting comments concerning the
electronic, mechanical, or other
(5 U.S.C. App. 2), will meet to carry out proposed collection: Application for
technological collection techniques or
its advisory functions under section Continuation of Death Benefit for
other forms of information technology,
223(f)(2)(C–E) of the Juvenile Justice and Student (LS–266). A copy of the
e.g., permitting electronic submissions
Delinquency Prevention Act of 2002. proposed information collection request
of responses.
The JJAC is composed of one can be obtained by contacting the office
representative from each State and listed below in the addresses section of III. Current Actions
territory. Their duties are to review this Notice. The Department of Labor seeks the
Federal policies regarding juvenile DATES: Written comments must be approval of the extension of this
justice and delinquency prevention; submitted to the office listed in the information collection in order to
advise the OJJDP Administrator with addresses section below on or before ensure that eligible dependents may
respect to particular functions and August 20, 2004. continue to receive benefits to which
aspects of the work of OJJDP; and advise ADDRESSES: Ms. Hazel M. Bell, U.S. they are entitled.
the President and Congress with regard Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Type of Review: Extension.
to State perspectives on the operation of Ave., NW., Room S–3201, Washington, Agency: Employment Standards
OJJDP and Federal legislation pertaining DC 20210, telephone (202) 693–0418, Administration.
fax (202) 693–1451, Email Title: Application for Continuation of
to juvenile justice and delinquency Please use only one Death Benefits for Student.
prevention. More information on the OMB Number: 1215–0073.
JJAC, including a list of members, may method of transmission for comments
(mail, fax, or Email). Agency Number: LS–266.
be found at Affected Public: Individuals or
households; Business or other for-profit.
Members of the public who wish to I. Background Total Respondents: 43.
attend the open sessions of the meeting Total Annual responses: 43.
The Office of Workers’ Compensation Time per Response: 30 minutes.
should register by sending an e-mail Programs (OWCP) administers the Estimated Total Burden Hours: 22.
with their name, affiliation, address, Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Frequency: On occasion.
phone number, and which sessions they Compensation Act. The Act provides for Total Burden Cost (capital/startup):
would like to attend, to continuation of death benefits for a $0.
Individuals without access to e-mail, child or certain other surviving Total Burden Cost (operating/
may call Carol Sadler at (301) 519–5245. dependents after the age of 18 (to age maintenance): $0.
Because space is limited, notification 23) if the dependent qualifies as a Comments submitted in response to
should be sent by June 28, 2004. student as defined in Section 2 (18) of this notice will be summarized and/or

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included in the request for Office of Extension: of information; (c) ways to enhance the
Management and Budget approval of the Form BD/Rule 15b1–1, SEC File No. 270– quality, utility and clarity of the
information collection request; they will 19, OMB Control No. 3235–0012 information to be collected; and (d)
also become a matter of public record. Notice is hereby given that, pursuant ways to minimize the burden of the
Dated: June 15, 2004. to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 collection of information on
Bruce Bohanon,
(44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.), the Securities respondents, including through the use
and Exchange Commission of automated collection techniques or
Chief, Branch of Management Review and
(‘‘Commission’’) is soliciting comments other forms of information technology.
Internal Control, Division of Financial
Management, Office of Management, on the collection of information Consideration will be given to
Administration and Planning, Employment summarized below. The Commission comments and suggestions submitted in
Standards Administration. plans to submit this existing collection writing within 60 days of this
[FR Doc. 04–13950 Filed 6–18–04; 8:45 am] of information to the Office of publication.
Management and Budget for extension Please direct your written comments
and approval. to R. Corey Booth/ Chief Information
Form BD (17 CFR 249.501) under the Officer, Office of Information
Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the Technology, Securities and Exchange
NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ‘‘Exchange Act’’) is the application form
ADMINISTRATION Commission, 450 Fifth Street, NW.
used by firms to apply to the Washington, DC 20549.
Commission for registration as a broker-
Notice of Meeting; Sunshine Act Dated: June 14, 2004.
dealer. Form BD also is used by firms
other than banks and registered broker- Margaret H. McFarland,
TIME AND DATE: 10 a.m., Thursday, June
24, 2004. dealers to apply to the Commission for Deputy Secretary.
registration as a municipal securities [FR Doc. 04–13966 Filed 6–18–04; 8:45 am]
PLACE: Board Room, 7th Floor, Room
dealer or a government securities BILLING CODE 8010–01–P
7047, 1775 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA broker-dealer. In addition, Form BD is
22314–3428. used to change information contained in
STATUS: Open. a previous Form BD filing that becomes SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE
1. Request from a Federal Credit The total annual burden imposed by
Union to Convert to a Community Form BD is approximately 8,250 hours, Proposed Collection; Comment
Charter. based on approximately 20,600 Request
2. Proposed Rule: Section 701.14 of responses (600 initial filings + 20,000
NCUA’s Rules and Regulations, Change amendments). Each initial filing Upon Written Request, Copies Available
in Official or Senior Executive Officer in requires approximately 2.75 hours to From: Securities and Exchange
Credit Unions that are Newly Chartered complete and each amendment requires Commission, Office of Filings and
or in Troubled Condition. approximately 20 minutes to complete. Information Services, Washington, DC
3. Proposed Rule: Part 717 of NCUA’s There is no annual cost burden. 20549.
Rules and Regulations Implementing the The Commission uses the information Extension:
Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions disclosed by applicants in Form BD: (1) Rule 15a–4, SEC File No. 270–7, OMB
Act of 2003, Affiliate Marketing To determine whether the applicant Control No. 3235–0010.
Regulations. meets the standards for registration set
forth in the provisions of the Exchange Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
4. Proposed Rule: Part 723 of NCUA’s to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995
Rules and Regulations, Member Act; (2) to develop a central information
resource where members of the public (44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.), the Securities
Business Loans. and Exchange Commission
5. Final Rule: Parts 703 and 704 of may obtain relevant, up-to-date
information about broker-dealers, (‘‘Commission’’) is soliciting comments
NCUA’s Rules and Regulations, on the collection of information
Investment in Exchangeable municipal securities dealers and
government securities broker-dealers, summarized below. The Commission
Collateralized Mortgage Obligations. plans to submit this existing collection
and where the Commission, other
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: of information to the Office of
regulators and SROs may obtain
Beck Baker, Secretary of the Board, information for investigatory purposes Management and Budget for extension
telephone: (703) 518–6304. in connection with securities litigation; and approval.
Becky Baker, and (3) to develop statistical Rule 15a–4 under the Securities
Secretary of the Board. information about broker-dealers, Exchange Act of 1934 (the ‘‘Exchange
[FR Doc. 04–14112 Filed 6–17–04; 2:29 pm] municipal securities dealers and Act’’) permits a natural person member
government securities broker-dealers. of a securities exchange who terminates
Without the information disclosed in his or her association with a registered
Form BD, the Commission could not broker-dealer to continue to transact
effectively implement policy objectives business on the exchange while the
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE Commission reviews his or her
of the Exchange Act with respect to its
COMMISSION application for registration as a broker-
investor protection function.
Proposed Collection; Comment Written comments are invited on: (a) dealer if the exchange files a statement
Request Whether the proposed collection of indicating that there does not appear to
information is necessary for the proper be any ground for disapproving the
Upon Written Request, Copies Available performance of the functions of the application. The total annual burden
From: Securities and Exchange agency, including whether the imposed by Rule 15a–4 is
Commission, Office of Filings and information shall have practical utility; approximately 106 hours, based on
Information Services, Washington, DC (b) the accuracy of the agency’s estimate approximately 25 responses (25
20549. of the burden of the proposed collection Respondents x 1 Response/Respondent),

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