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58 / Monday, March 28, 2005 / Notices

Chair. This first meeting of the Working comments to Seleda Perryman, CDC civilian injuries. In line with Healthy
group will address organizational Assistant Reports Clearance Officer, People 2010 objectives, NCIPC works to
issues; a review of its statutory charge, 1600 Clifton Road, MS–D74, Atlanta, reduce and eliminate non-fatal and fatal
review of applicable Federal regulations GA 30333 or send an e-mail to injuries from residential fires. In order
governing its work, the development of omb@cdc.gov. to develop effective fire-related injury
additional policies to govern its Comments are invited on: (a) Whether prevention programs, a better
operations, and the establishment of the the proposed collection of information understanding of human behavior in
format, location, and schedule for their is necessary for the proper performance fires is needed.
initial meetings. The official agenda will of the functions of the agency, including The design of this study will be a
be available on AHRA’s Web site at whether the information shall have matched-pair, case-control study. Cases
http://www.ahrq.gov no later than April practical utility; (b) the accuracy of the will be defined as individuals who were
1, 2005. agency’s estimate of the burden of the injured in a residential fire and controls
Dated: March 24, 2005. proposed collection of information; (c) will be individuals who were involved
Carolyn M. Clancy, ways to enhance the quality, utility, and in a residential fire, but were not
clarity of the information to be injured. Fire incidents involving a
Director.
collected; and (d) ways to minimize the fatality will be excluded from this
[FR Doc. 05–6176 Filed 3–24–05; 1:58 pm]
burden of the collection of information study. Local fire departments
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on respondents, including through the throughout the United States will
use of automated collection techniques submit fire incident reports to study
or other forms of information personnel, who will select incidents
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
technology. Written comments should based on geographical location. Further
HUMAN SERVICES
be received within 60 days of this screening for eligibility will be done
Centers for Disease Control and notice. using a brief telephone interview. For
Prevention Proposed Project: Human Behavior in those selected, interviewers will
Fire Study—New—National Center for conduct in-depth, computer-assisted
[60Day–05BS] Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC), face-to-face interviews with
Centers for Disease Control and participants. The sequence of events
Proposed Data Collections Submitted
Prevention (CDC). surrounding the fire and the behaviors
for Public Comment and
Background and Brief Description: of interviewees will be ascertained
Recommendations
This project will characterize the using the Behavioral Sequence
In compliance with the requirement behaviors of individuals who were Interview Technique. In addition,
of section 3506(c)(2)(A) of the involved in a residential fire, and information on the nature of injuries
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 for determine which behaviors are sustained; characteristics of the fire and
opportunity for public comment on associated with injuries sustained in the home structure; other occupants
proposed data collection projects, the fire incident. Behaviors related to fire present; previous fire experiences;
Centers for Disease Control and escape planning and practice, smoke safety training; and demographics on
Prevention (CDC) will publish periodic alarm installation and maintenance, the persons interviewed will be
summaries of proposed projects. To physical and visual access to escape collected. The only cost to the
request more information on the routes, etc., will be studied. In the respondents is the time involved to
proposed projects or to obtain a copy of United States each year, there are complete the screening and/or face-to-
the data collection plans and approximately 400,000 residential fires, face interviews.
instruments, call 404–371–5983 or send with 14,000 non-fatal and 3,000 fatal Estimate of Annualized Burden Table:

Number of Average Total


Number of responses burden per
Respondents burden
respondents per response (in hours)
respondent (in hours)

Adults—Screened ............................................................................................................ 1,250 1 15/60 313


Adults—Cases and Controls ........................................................................................... 1,000 1 1 1,000

Total .......................................................................................................................... .................... .................... .................... 1,313

Dated: March 21, 2005. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND proposed data collection projects, the
Betsey Dunaway, HUMAN SERVICES Centers for Disease Control and
Acting Reports Clearance Officer, Centers for Prevention (CDC) will publish periodic
Disease Control and Prevention. Centers for Disease Control and summaries of proposed projects. To
[FR Doc. 05–6031 Filed 3–25–05; 8:45 am]
Prevention request more information on the
proposed projects or to obtain a copy of
BILLING CODE 4163–18–P [60Day–05BQ] the data collection plans and
instruments, call 404–371–5983 or send
Proposed Data Collections Submitted
comments to Seleda Perryman, CDC
for Public Comment and
Assistant Reports Clearance Officer,
Recommendations
1600 Clifton Road, MS–D74, Atlanta,
In compliance with the requirement GA 30333 or send an e-mail to
of section 3506(c)(2)(A) of the omb@cdc.gov.
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 for Comments are invited on: (a) Whether
opportunity for public comment on the proposed collection of information

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is necessary for the proper performance Centers for Disease Control and The participants for this study will
of the functions of the agency, including Prevention (CDC). include key informants in five
whether the information shall have Background and Brief Description: categories: Community leaders, DETS
practical utility; (b) the accuracy of the This study is part of a larger evaluation Advisory Board members, DETS
agency’s estimate of the burden of the of the multi-year Diabetes Education in Curriculum Subcommittee members,
proposed collection of information; (c) Tribal Schools (DETS) project to community teachers, and community
ways to enhance the quality, utility, and parents. Potential participants will be
develop and pilot test a science based
clarity of the information to be identified by DETS Subcommittee
diabetes prevention curriculum for
collected; and (d) ways to minimize the members and invited to participate in
Native American school children. As
burden of the collection of information this research activity. These individuals
on respondents, including through the part of the overall evaluation (before the
will be invited to participate because
use of automated collection techniques curriculum is pilot tested), it will be
they are already involved in the project
or other forms of information important to understand the community
and are familiar with the curriculum.
technology. Written comments should context and identify implementation
issues. Through a series of qualitative A maximum of 18 individuals from
be received within 60 days of this
interviews with key informants, the each category will be interviewed for a
notice.
study will obtain information about: (1) total of 90 participants. All participants
Proposed Project The community’s experience with will be adults, both male and female,
Understanding the Community diabetes; (2) community readiness to over the age of 18. It is expected that
Context of the Diabetes Education in adopt the DETS curriculum; (3) the approximately 75% of participants will
Tribal Schools Project—New—National connection between the DETS project be Native American and 25% will be
Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and the community; and (4) the best fit non-Native American. There is no cost
and Health Promotion/Division of between the curriculum and community to respondents other than their time.
Diabetes Translation (NCCDPHP/DDT), schools. Estimate of Annualized Burden Table:

Number of Avg. burden


Number of responses Total burden
Respondent per response
respondents per hours
(in hours)
respondent

Community Leaders/Elders ..................................................................................... 18 1 45/60 13.5


Parents ..................................................................................................................... 18 1 45/60 13.5
Teachers .................................................................................................................. 18 1 45/60 13.5
DETS Curriculum Subcommittee Members ............................................................. 18 1 45/60 13.5
DETS Advisory Board Members ............................................................................. 18 1 45/60 13.5

Totals: ............................................................................................................... 90 ...................... ...................... 67.5

Dated: March 21, 2005. continued eligibility for Public available for public inspection at this
Betsey Dunaway, Assistance. The match will utilize address.
Acting Reports Clearance Officer, Centers for National Directory of New Hire (NDNH)
Disease Control and Prevention. records and IMA records. The purpose FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
[FR Doc. 05–6032 Filed 3–25–05; 8:45 am] of the computer matching program is to Director, Office of Federal Systems,
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identifying individuals who are Aerospace Building, 370 L’Enfant
employed and also are receiving Promenade, SW., Washington, DC
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND payments pursuant to the Temporary 20047. Telephone Number (202) 401–
HUMAN SERVICES Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) 9271.

Administration for Children and benefit program administered by IMA. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Pub. L.
Families DATES: OCSE will file a report of the 100–503, the Computer Matching and
subject OCSE matching program with Privacy Protection Act of 1988,
Privacy Act of 1974, as Amended; the Committee on Homeland Security amended the Privacy Act (5 U.S.C. 552a)
Computer Matching Program and Governmental Affairs of the Senate by adding certain protections for
AGENCY: Office of Child Support and the Committee on Government individuals applying for and receiving
Enforcement (OCSE), ACF, DHHS. Reform of the House of Representatives, Federal benefits. The law regulates the
and the Office of Information and use of computer matching by Federal
ACTION: Notice of a computer matching
Regulatory Affairs, Office of agencies when records in a system of
program.
Management and Budget (OMB). The records are matched with other Federal,
SUMMARY: In compliance with the matching program will be effective as state and local government records.
Privacy Act of 1974, as amended by indicated below. The amendments require Federal
Pub. L. 100–503, the Computer agencies involved in computer matching
Matching and Privacy Protection Act of ADDRESSES: Interested parties may
programs to:
1988, we are publishing a notice of a comment on this notice by writing to
computer matching program that OCSE the Director, Office of Federal Systems, 1. Negotiate written agreements with
will conduct on behalf of itself and the Office of Child Support Enforcement, source agencies;
District of Columbia Department of Aerospace Building, 370 L’Enfant 2. Provide notification to applicants
Human Services, Income Maintenance Promenade, SW., Washington, DC and beneficiaries that their records are
Administration (IMA) for verification of 20047. All comments received will be subject to matching;

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