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57215
Federal Register
/Vol. 65, No. 184/Thursday, September 21, 2000/Notices
10
17 CFR 200.30–3(a)(12).
different concerns than payment fororder flow at other options exchanges.After receiving comments, and at anytime within 60 days from the date thePCX filed its proposal, the Commissioncan decide to require the PCX to stopcollecting the fee, refile the proposal,and await Commission approval beforereinstituting the fee.Persons making written submissionsshould file six copies thereof with theSecretary, Securities and ExchangeCommission, 450 Fifth Street, NW,Washington, DC 20549–0609. Copies of the submission, all subsequentamendments, all written statementswith respect to the proposed rulechange that are filed with theCommission, and all writtencommunications relating to theproposed rule change between theCommission and any person, other thanthose that may be withheld from thepublic in accordance with theprovisions of 5 U.S.C. 552, will beavailable for inspection and copying inthe Commission’s Public ReferenceRoom. Copies of such filing will also beavailable for inspection and copying atthe principal office of the PCX. Allsubmissions should refer to File No.SR–PCX–00–30 and should besubmitted by October 12, 2000.
For the Commission by the Division of Market Regulation, pursuant to delegatedauthority.
10
Margaret H. McFarland,
Deputy Secretary.
[FR Doc. 00–24271 Filed 9–20–00; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 8010–01–M
SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEMPrivacy Act of 1974; Publication ofNotice of Systems of Records
AGENCY
:
Selective Service System.
ACTION
:
Notice: publication of systemsof records.
SUMMARY
:
The purpose of this notice isto meet the requirement of the PrivacyAct of 1974 regarding the annualpublication of the agency’s notice of systems of records. The complete text of all Selective Service System noticesappears below. Authority: 5 U.S.C. 552a.
Systems of Records
SSS–2General Files (Registrant Processing)SSS–3Reconciliation Service RecordsSSS–4Registrant Information Bank (RIB)RecordsSSS–5Registrant Processing RecordsSSS–6Reserve and National GuardPersonnel RecordsSSS–7Uncompensated Personnel RecordsSSS–8Suspected Violator Inventory SystemSSS–9Master Pay RecordSSS–10Registrant Registration Records
SSS–2
SYSTEM NAME
:
General Files—(Registrant Processing)SSS.
SECURITY CLASSIFICATION
:
None.
SYSTEM LOCATION
:
National Headquarters, SelectiveService System, 1515 Wilson Boulevard,Arlington, VA 22209–2425.
CATEGORIES OF INDIVIDUALS COVERED BY THESYSTEM
:
Registrants of the Selective ServiceSystem and other individuals andorganizations.
CATEGORIES OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM
:
Contains current and previouscorrespondence with individualregistrants, private individuals andGovernment agencies, requestinginformation or resolution of specificproblems related to registrant processingor agency operations.
AUTHORITY FOR MAINTENANCE OF THE SYSTEM
:
Section 10(b)(3), Military SelectiveService Act (50 U.S.C. App. 460(b)(3)).
ROUTINE USES OF RECORDS MAINTAINED IN THESYSTEM
,
INCLUDING CATEGORIES OF USERS ANDTHE PURPOSES OF SUCH USES
:
Department of Justice—Refer toreports received as to possible violationsof the Military Selective Service Act.Federal Bureau of Investigation—Refer reports received as to possibleviolations of the Military SelectiveService Act.Department of Defense—Exchange of information respecting status of individuals subject to the provisions of the Military Selective Service Act.Immigration and NaturalizationService—Response to inquiriesconcerning aliens.Department of Health and HumanServices—for locations of parentspursuant to the Child SupportEnforcement Act (42 U.S.C. 651
et seq.
)
POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR STORING
,
RETRIEVING
,
ACCESSING RETAINING
,
ANDDISPOSING OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM
:
STORAGE
:
Paper copies maintained in routinefiling equipment.
RETRIEVABILITY
:
Records are indexed alphabetically bylast name.
SAFEGUARDS
:
Measures that have been taken toprevent unauthorized disclosures of records are:a. Records maintained by authorizedpersonnel only, who have been trainedin the rules and regulations concerningdisclosures of information; offices arelocked when authorized personnel arenot on duty. b. Periodic security checks and otheremergency planning.c. Records transferred for storage are boxed and taped; records in transit fortemporary custody of another office aresealed. Records eligible for destructionare destroyed by maceration, shreddingor burning.
RETENTION AND DISPOSAL
:
Hold file intact for five years fromdate of latest correspondence.
SYSTEM MANAGER
(
S
)
AND ADDRESS
:
Director of Selective Service, 1515Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA22209–2425, Attn: Records Manager.
RECORD ACCESS PROCEDURES
:
An individual desiring to obtaininformation on the procedures forgaining access to and contesting recordsmay write to: Director of SelectiveService, Selective Service System, 1515Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA22209–2425, Attn: Records Manager.It is necessary to furnish the followinginformation in order to identify theindividual whose records are requested:a. Full name of the individual. b. Date of birth.c. Selective Service Number (if available).d. Mailing address to which the replyshould be mailed.
CONTESTING RECORD PROCEDURES
:
See Record Access Procedures, above.
RECORD SOURCE CATEGORIES
:
Individual registrants and privateindividuals and organizations, Membersof the Congress acting on behalf of constituents.
SYSTEMS EXEMPTED FOR CERTAIN PROVISIONSOF THE ACT
:
None.
SSS–3
SYSTEM NAME
:
Reconciliation Service Records—SSS.
SECURITY CLASSIFICATION
:
None.
SYSTEM LOCATION
:
National Headquarters, SelectiveService System, 1515 Wilson Boulevard,Arlington, VA 22209–2425.
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/Vol. 65, No. 184/Thursday, September 21, 2000/Notices
CATEGORIES OF INDIVIDUALS COVERED BY THESYSTEM
:
Vietnam era draft evaders andmilitary deserters (whose surnames begin with A through R) who havequalified for a period of alternate serviceas a condition for reconciliation underPresidential Proclamation 4313, signedSeptember 16, 1974.
CATEGORIES OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM
:
Registration Card: Individual’s name,address, telephone number, personaldescription, date of birth, SocialSecurity Account Number, formermilitary service, date of registration,reconciliation service required, date of reconciliation service started andterminated, total reconciliation service,individual’s signature.
AUTHORITY FOR MAINTENANCE OF THE SYSTEM
:
Presidential Proc. 4313; E.O. 11804; 5U.S.C. 553; 50 U.S.C. App. 460(b)(3).
ROUTINE USES OF RECORDS MAINTAINED IN THESYSTEM
,
INCLUDING CATEGORIES OF USERS ANDTHE PURPOSES OF SUCH USES
:
Referral to the Department of Justicefor appropriate action in cases involvingunsatisfactory participation.Referral to the appropriate militaryreferring authority, upon request, incases involving the updating of militarydischarges.Referral to the Presidential ClemencyBoard, upon request, in casesnecessitating additional review.Referral to Office of Management andBudget, upon request, in casesundergoing investigative review inconjunction with specific functions of these agencies.Exchange of information withReconciliation Services employersregarding the placement, supervision of and performance of ReconciliationService by returnees who have agreed toperform such service.
POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR STORING
,
RETRIEVING
,
ACCESSING RETAINING
,
ANDDISPOSING OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM
:
STORAGE
:
All registration cards and microficheof registration cards are stored in eithermetal or wood filing cabinets.
RETRIEVABILITY
:
The system is alphabetically indexed by last name.
SAFEGUARDS
:
Measures that have been taken toprevent unauthorized disclosures of records are:a. Records maintained by authorizedpersonnel only, who have been trainedin the rules and regulations concerningdisclosures of information; offices arelocked when authorized personnel arenot on duty. b. Periodic security checks and otheremergency planning.c. Records transferred for storage are boxed and taped; records in transit fortemporary custody of another office aresealed. Records eligible for destructionare destroyed by maceration, shreddingor burning.
RETENTION AND DISPOSAL
:
Registration Cards or microfilmthereof will be retained until theenrollee reaches 85 years of age.
SYSTEM MANAGER
(
S
)
AND ADDRESS
:
Director of Selective Service, 1515Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA22209–2425, Attn: Records Manager.
RECORD ACCESS PROCEDURES
:
An individual desiring to obtaininformation on the procedures forgaining access to and contesting recordsmay write to: Director of SelectiveService, Selective Service System, 1515Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA22209–2425, Attn: Records Manager.
CONTESTING RECORD PROCEDURES
:
See Record Access Procedures, above.
RECORD SOURCE CATEGORIES
:
Sources of records in the system areprimarily established by the individualat the time and place of enrollment, based on oral and written informationgiven by the enrollee. Other sources of information include the Report of Separation From Active Duty (DD Form214), referral documents from thereferring authority and informationprovided by an enrollee’s employer.
SYSTEMS EXEMPTED FOR CERTAIN PROVISIONSOF THE ACT
:
None.
SSS–4
SYSTEM NAME
:
Registrant Information Bank (RIB)Records—SSS
SECURITY CLASSIFICATION
:
None.
SYSTEM LOCATION
:
Data Management Center/JointComputer Center, Great Lakes, Illinois60088.
CATEGORIES OF INDIVIDUALS COVERED BY THESYSTEM
:
Registrants of the Selective ServiceSystem after 1979.
CATEGORIES OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM
:
The Registrant Information Bank (RIB)is an automated data processing systemwhich stores information concerningregistration, classification, examination,assignment and induction of SelectiveService registrants.
AUTHORITY FOR MAINTENANCE OF THE SYSTEM
:
Section 10(b)(3) of the MilitarySelective Service Act (50 U.S.C. App.460(b)(3)).
ROUTINE USES OF RECORDS MAINTAINED IN THESYSTEM
,
INCLUDING CATEGORIES OF USERS ANDTHE PURPOSES OF SUCH USES
:
Department of Defense—exchange of information concerning registrationclassification, enlistment, examinationand induction of individuals, and forrecruiting (prior to April 1, 1982 only onrequest of the registrant).Alternative service employers—forexchange of information with employersregarding a registrant who is aconscientious objector for the purposeof placement in and supervision of performance of alternative service inlieu of induction into the militaryservice.Department of Justice—for review andprocessing of suspected violations of theMilitary Selective Service Act, or forperjury, and for defense of a civil actionarising from administrative processingunder such Act.Federal Bureau of Investigation—forlocation of an individual whensuspected of violation of the MilitarySelective Service Act.Immigration and NaturalizationService—to provide information for usein determining an individual’seligibility for re-entry into the UnitedStates and United States citizenship.Department of State—to provideinformation for use in determining anindividual’s eligibility for possible entryinto the United States and United Statescitizenship.Office of Veterans’ ReemploymentRights, United States Department of Labor—to assist veterans in need of information concerning reemploymentrights.Department of Health and HumanServices—for locations of parentspursuant to the Child SupportEnforcement Act (42 U.S.C. 651
et seq.
)and for determining the individual’sproper Social Security Account Numberwhen there appears to be a discrepancy.Bureau of the Census—for thepurposes of planning or carrying out acensus or survey or related activitypursuant to the provisions of Title 13.State and local government agencies—to provide information which mayconstitute evidence of a violation of State or local law, for law enforcementpurposes.
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/Vol. 65, No. 184/Thursday, September 21, 2000/Notices
General Public—Registrant’s Name,Selective Service Number, Date of Birthand Classification.
POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR STORING
,
RETRIEVING
,
ACCESSING
,
RETAINING
,
ANDDISPOSING OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM
:
STORAGE
:
The records are maintained on tape,disk, computer printouts and microfilm.
RETRIEVABILITY
:
The system is indexed primarily bySelective Service Number.
SAFEGUARDS
:
a. On-line access to RIB fromterminals is available to authorizedpersonnel, and is controlled by UserIdentification and password. Batchaccess controlled via standard dataprocessing software and hardwaretechniques. b. Records are handled by authorizedpersonnel only, who have been trainedin the rules and regulations concerningdisclosures of information; offices arelocked when authorized personnel arenot on duty and protected by anelectronic security access system at alltimes.c. Premises are locked and patrolledwhen authorized personnel are not onduty.d. Periodic security checks and otheremergency planning.
RETENTION AND DISPOSAL
:
When eligible for disposal, thecomputer tapes are erased. The recordsstored in the Registrant InformationBank (RIB) are retained until theregistrant reaches 85 years of age.The computer printouts aredistributed to National Headquartersand destroyed when they have servedtheir purpose by maceration, shredding,or burning. Computer printouts used atthe Data Management Center aredestroyed by maceration after they haveserved their purpose or upon recordsappraisal action.
SYSTEM MANAGER
(
S
)
AND ADDRESS
:
Director of Selective Service, 1515Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA22209–2425, Attn: Records Manager.
RECORD ACCESS PROCEDURES
:
An individual desiring to obtaininformation on the procedures forgaining access to and contesting recordsmay write to: Director of SelectiveService, Selective Service System, 1515Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA22209–2425, Attn: Records Manager.It is necessary to furnish the followinginformation in order to identify theindividual whose records are requested:a. Full name of the individual. b. Date of birth.c. Selective Service Number (if known), Social Security AccountNumber.d. Mailing address to which the replyshould be mailed.
CONTESTING RECORD PROCEDURES
:
See Record Access Procedures, above.
RECORD SOURCE CATEGORIES
:
Information submitted by theregistrant, Department of Education orDepartment of Defense create the inputinformation recorded in the
SSS—Registrant Information Bank (RIB)Records.
SYSTEMS EXEMPTED FOR CERTAIN PROVISIONSOF THE ACT
:
None.
SSS
 –
5SYSTEM NAME
:
Registrant Processing Records—SSS.
SECURITY CLASSIFICATION
:
None.
SYSTEM LOCATION
:
Records are stored in the FederalRecords Center serving the State inwhich the registrant resided at the timeof registration with the Selective ServiceSystem.
CATEGORIES OF INDIVIDUALS COVERED BY THESYSTEM
:
Registrants of the Selective ServiceSystem before 1976.
CATEGORIES OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM
:
Individual Processing Records:a. Registration Card—a locator cardidentifying the registrant. b. Classification Record—a listing of the classes in which the registrant wasplaced and the dates of theclassifications.
AUTHORITY FOR MAINTENANCE OF THE SYSTEM
:
Sections 3, 10(b)(3) and 15(b) of theMilitary Selective Service Act (50 U.S.C.App. 453, 460(b)(3), 465(b)).
ROUTINE USES OF RECORDS MAINTAINED IN THESYSTEM
,
INCLUDING CATEGORIES OF USERS ANDTHE PURPOSES OF SUCH USES
:
Department of Defense—for exchangeof information concerning registration,classification, enlistment, examinationand induction of individuals.Alternative service employers—forexchange of information with employersregarding a registrant who is aconscientious objector for the purposeof placement in and supervision of performance of alternative service inlieu of induction into the militaryservice.Department of Justice—for review andprocessing of suspected violations of theMilitary Selective Service Act, or forperjury, and for defense of a civil actionarising from administrative processingunder such Act.Federal Bureau of Investigation—forlocation of an individual whensuspected of violation of the MilitarySelective Service Act.Immigration and NaturalizationService—to provide information for usein determining an individual’seligibility for re-entry into the UnitedStates.Department of State—fordetermination of an alien’s eligibility forpossible re-entry into the United Statesand United States citizenship.Office of Veterans’ ReemploymentRights, United States Department of Labor—to assist veterans in need of information concerning reemploymentrights.Department of Health and HumanServices—for locations of parentspursuant to the Child SupportEnforcement Act (42 U.S.C. 651
et seq.
)And for determining the individual’sproper Social Security Account Numberwhen there appears to be a discrepancy.State and local government agencies—to provide information which mayconstitute evidence of a violation of State or local law, for law enforcementpurposes.General Public—Registrant’s Name,Selective Service Number, Date of Birthand Classification.
POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR STORING
,
RETRIEVING
,
ACCESSING RETAINING
,
ANDDISPOSING OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM
:
STORAGE
:
Records are maintained on manuallyprepared forms and correspondencefiles.
RETRIEVABILITY
:
Records are indexed by name (withinlocal board) and Selective ServiceNumber.
SAFEGUARDS
:
Measures that have been taken toprevent unauthorized disclosures of records are:a. Records maintained by authorizedpersonnel only, who have been trainedin the rules and regulations concerningdisclosures of information; offices arelocked when authorized personnel arenot on duty. b. Periodic security checks and otheremergency planning.c. Records transferred for storage are boxed and taped; records in transit fortemporary custody of another office aresealed. Records eligible for destruction
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