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Final Audit Report—Committee to 230 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, from the National Information Center
Elect Lindsey Graham. Illinois 60690-1414: Web site at www.ffiec.gov/nic/.
Administrative Matters. 1. Donald Dean Nolan, Hawarden, Unless otherwise noted, comments
PERSON TO CONTACT FOR INFORMATION: Iowa; to acquire additional voting shares regarding each of these applications
Mr. Ron Harris, Press Officer, of First State Associates, Inc., must be received at the Reserve Bank
Telephone: (202) 694–1220. Hawarden, Iowa, and thereby indirectly indicated or the offices of the Board of
acquire additional voting shares of The Governors not later than December 2,
Mary W. Dove, Hawarden Banking Company, 2002.
Secretary of the Commission. Hawarden, Iowa, and First State Bank, A. Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
[FR Doc. 02–28642 Filed 11–06–02; 11:08 Hawarden, Iowa. (Sue Costello, Vice President) 1000
am] B. Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Peachtree Street, N.E., Atlanta, Georgia
BILLING CODE 6715–01–M (Randall C. Sumner, Vice President) 411 30303:
Locust Street, St. Louis, Missouri 63166- 1. CenterState Banks of Florida, Inc.,
2034: Winter Haven, Florida; to acquire 100
FEDERAL HOUSING FINANCE BOARD 1. Stephen R. Green Revocable Trust, percent of the voting shares of
Stephen R. Green, Trustee, Farmington, CenterState Bank of Florida, Winter
Sunshine Act Notice; Announcing an Missouri; to acquire additional voting Haven, Florida.
Open Meeting of the Board shares of New Era Bancorporation, Inc.,
Fredericktown, Missouri, and thereby Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
TIME AND DATE: 10 a.m., Wednesday, System, November 4, 2002.
indirectly acquire additional voting
November 13, 2002. Robert deV. Frierson,
shares of New Era Bank, Fredericktown,
PLACE: Board Room, Second Floor, Missouri. Deputy Secretary of the Board.
Federal Housing Finance Board, 1777 F [FR Doc. 02–28414 Filed 11–7–02; 8:45 am]
Street, NW., Washington, DC 20006. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
System, November 4, 2002. BILLING CODE 6210–01–S
STATUS: The entire meeting will be open
Robert deV. Frierson,
to the public.
Deputy Secretary of the Board.
MATTER TO BE CONSIDERED:
• Approval of the 2003 [FR Doc. 02–28415 Filed 11–7–02; 8:45 am] OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT ETHICS
Administrative and Non-Administrative BILLING CODE 6210–01–S

Budget for the Financing Corporation. Submission for OMB Review;


• Amendment to the Federal Home Comment Request: Proposed
Loan Bank of Cincinnati Capital Plan. FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Somewhat Revised OGE Form 201
CONTACT PERSON FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Ethics Act Access Form
Formations of, Acquisitions by, and
Elaine L. Baker, Secretary to the Board, Mergers of Bank Holding Companies AGENCY: Office of Government Ethics
(202) 408–2837. (OGE).
The companies listed in this notice
Arnold Intrater, have applied to the Board for approval, ACTION: Notice.
General Counsel. pursuant to the Bank Holding Company SUMMARY: The Office of Government
[FR Doc. 02–28692 Filed 11–6–02; 2:34 pm] Act of 1956 (12 U.S.C. 1841 et seq.) Ethics has submitted to the Office of
BILLING CODE 6725–01–P (BHC Act), Regulation Y (12 CFR Part Management and Budget (OMB) a
225), and all other applicable statutes somewhat revised OGE Form 201 used
and regulations to become a bank by persons for requesting access to
FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM holding company and/or to acquire the executive branch public financial
assets or the ownership of, control of, or reports and other covered records for
Change in Bank Control Notices; the power to vote shares of a bank or
Acquisition of Shares of Bank or Bank three-year approval under the
bank holding company and all of the Paperwork Reduction Act. This
Holding Companies banks and nonbanking companies proposed somewhat revised version of
The notificants listed below have owned by the bank holding company, the form will replace the existing one.
applied under the Change in Bank including the companies listed below.
DATES: Comments by the agencies and
Control Act (12 U.S.C. 1817(j)) and The applications listed below, as well
as other related filings required by the the public on this proposal are invited
§ 225.41 of the Board’s Regulation Y (12 and should be received by December 9,
CFR 225.41) to acquire a bank or bank Board, are available for immediate
inspection at the Federal Reserve Bank 2002.
holding company. The factors that are
indicated. The application also will be ADDRESSES: Comments should be sent to
considered in acting on the notices are
available for inspection at the offices of Mr. Stuart Shapiro, Office of
set forth in paragraph 7 of the Act (12
the Board of Governors. Interested Information and Regulatory Affairs,
U.S.C. 1817(j)(7)).
The notices are available for persons may express their views in Office of Management and Budget, 725
immediate inspection at the Federal writing on the standards enumerated in 17th Street, NW., Washington, DC
Reserve Bank indicated. The notices the BHC Act (12 U.S.C. 1842(c)). If the 20503; Telephone: 202–395–7316.
also will be available for inspection at proposal also involves the acquisition of FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
the office of the Board of Governors. a nonbanking company, the review also Mary T. Donovan at the Office of
Interested persons may express their includes whether the acquisition of the Government Ethics; Telephone: 202–
views in writing to the Reserve Bank nonbanking company complies with the 208–8000, ext. 1185; TDD: 202–208–
indicated for that notice or to the offices standards in section 4 of the BHC Act 8025; FAX: 202–208–8037. A copy of
of the Board of Governors. Comments (12 U.S.C. 1843). Unless otherwise the proposed somewhat revised OGE
must be received not later than noted, nonbanking activities will be Form 201 and the rest of the OGE
November 22, 2002. conducted throughout the United States. submission package to OMB may be
A. Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Additional information on all bank obtained, without charge, by contacting
(Phillip Jackson, Applications Officer) holding companies may be obtained Ms. Donovan.

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Office sections 102(a)(2)(C) and 101(i) of the Moreover, any periodic future
of Government Ethics has submitted to Ethics Act, 5 U.S.C. app. §§ 102(a)(2)(C) adjustments to that civil monetary
OMB under the Paperwork Reduction and 101(i) and 5 CFR 2634.304(f)(2) and penalty, pursuant to further rulemakings
Act of 1995 (44 U.S.C. chapter 35), a 2634.205(b)(4) of OGE’s executive by OGE and the Justice Department
proposed somewhat revised OGE Form branchwide regulations thereunder. under the inflation adjustment laws,
201 ‘‘Request to Inspect or Receive In addition, OGE proposes to modify will also be reflected in future editions
Copies of SF 278 Executive Branch the Privacy Act Statement in part II of of the form.
Personnel Public Financial Disclosure the form. The Office of Government Since publication of the first round
Reports or Other Covered Records’’ Ethics is in the process of updating the paperwork notice, and upon further
(OMB control # 3209–0002). OGE/GOVT–1 system of records notice evaluation of the business process
The Office of Government Ethics, as (covering SF 278 Public Financial associated with the OGE Form 201, OGE
the supervising ethics office for the Disclosure Reports and other name- is withdrawing two of its previously
executive branch of the Federal retrieved ethics program records, and in proposed modifications to the form, and
Government under section 109(18)(D) of which completed OGE Form 201s can is proposing additional minor revisions
the Ethics in Government Act (the be maintained). As a result, the Privacy to the form. The Office of Government
Ethics Act), 5 U.S.C. app. § 109(18)(D), Act Statement, which includes Ethics proposes these further revisions
is planning to modify and update the paraphrases of the routine uses, on the to facilitate internal administrative
existing access form. That form, the proposed modified OGE Form 201 will processing and to expedite the transfer
OGE Form 201, collects information be revised. A summary of the of copies of the records to the requester.
from, and provides certain information anticipated changes relevant to that These further proposed changes are
to, persons who seek access to SF 278 OGE Form 201 statement has been described in detail below. The mark-up
reports and other covered records. The prepared for inclusion with the mark-up copy of the OGE Form 201 as proposed
form reflects the requirements of the copy of the form as proposed for for revision, which is available from
Ethics Act and OGE’s implementing revision, which is available from OGE OGE (see the FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
regulations that must be met by a person upon request. Once the new language in CONTACT section above), shows all the
before access can be granted. These OGE’s forthcoming Privacy Act notice is changes that would be made.
requirements relate to information about finalized (anticipated completion date is The Office of Government Ethics
the identity of the requester, as well as early in 2003), OGE will request proposes adding OGE’s address, phone
any other person on whose behalf a permission from OMB to modify the number, and fax number to the form
record is sought, and a notification of OGE Form 201 (with notice to OMB at header, moving the form number and
prohibited uses of SF 278 reports. See that time) without further paperwork edition date to the end of the form title,
section 105(b) and (c) of the Ethics Act, clearance even though the final new and moving the OMB control number to
5 U.S.C. app. § 105(b) and (c), and 5 CFR wording will take effect after the lower right-hand corner of the first
2634.603(c) and (f) of OGE’s executive reclearance of the renewed form. page of the form.
branchwide regulations thereunder. In part II of the form, OGE notes that Also, in part I of the form, OGE
Executive branch departments and it will adjust the referenced civil proposes withdrawing OGE’s initial
agencies are encouraged to utilize the monetary penalty for prohibited uses of proposal of including an office FAX
OGE Form 201, but they can, if they so an SF 278 to which access has been number block and request date block.
choose, continue to use or develop their gained when it is again adjusted in the Moreover, OGE proposes adding a date
own forms as long as they contain all next year or two. The penalty, under field in the applicant’s signature block
the required information. section 104(a) of the Ethics Act, 5 U.S.C. and creating a block for applicants to
The revisions proposed to part I of the app. § 104(a), will likely be raised from indicate whether they would like to
OGE Form 201 would create: more the current $11,000 figure once OGE pick up the requested records or have
space for requesters to enter their name, and the Department of Justice issue their OGE mail the records to them.
address, and organization; received date next respective inflation adjustment Furthermore, OGE proposes removing
and filled date blocks for agency use to rulemakings, anticipated in the summer the word ‘‘Optional’’ in the office
facilitate internal administrative or fall of 2003, in accordance with the telephone number block.
processing; and a type of applicant 1996 Debt Collection Improvement Act In addition, in part II of the form
block to make internal processing easier. revisions to the 1990 Federal Civil (Notice of Action), OGE proposes
The Office of Government Ethics is also Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act. See removing the ‘‘Other. Explanation:’’
proposing a couple of minor stylistic 28 U.S.C. 2461 note. The civil monetary block and adding a signature and date
changes to the form title (to pluralize penalty was last adjusted in 1999 (see block for persons picking up the
the references to SF 278 reports and OGE’s final rule at 64 FR 47095–47097 requested records.
other covered records) and to reflect the (August 30, 1999) and the Justice Finally, under part II.C (Public
new 2002 edition date, in addition to Department’s final rule as codified at 5 Burden Information) of the form, OGE
updating the OGE paperwork contact CFR 85.3(a)(4) in particular, at 64 FR proposes replacing the phrase ‘‘upper
official to reflect recent OGE 47099–47104 on the same date). The right-hand corner’’ with ‘‘lower right-
organizational changes. future OGE rulemaking will again revise hand corner’’ to reflect the proposed
Also, OGE proposes to add reference 5 CFR 2634.703 of the executive branch location of the OMB control number.
in part III of the form, on ‘‘other covered financial disclosure regulation to reflect In light of OGE’s experience over the
records,’’ to two additional types of the adjusted penalty. The Office of past three years (1999–2001), with a
records that requesters may obtain by Government Ethics will request total of 667 non-Federal access requests
submitting the OGE Form 201. These permission from OMB to revise the OGE received, the estimate of the average
types of ‘‘covered records’’ are: cover Form 201 penalty amount reference number of access forms expected to be
letters for OGE-approved gifts reporting once that adjustment takes effect (with filed annually at OGE by members of the
waiver requests and cover letters for notice to OMB at that time) without public (primarily by news media, public
OGE-approved public reporting waiver further paperwork clearance, even interest groups and private citizens) is
requests for certain less than 130-day though the adjustment occurs after proposed to be adjusted from the
special Government employees. See reclearance of the revised form. current estimate of 172 to 222 (not

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counting access requests by other enhancement of quality, utility and emergency response, and preparation of
Federal agencies or Federal employees). clarity of the information collected; and toxicological profiles.
The estimated average amount of time to the minimization of burden (including In addition, under an MOU signed in
complete the form, including review of the use of information technology). The December 1990 with DOE and replaced
the instructions, remains at ten minutes. Office of Government Ethics, in by an MOU signed in 2000, the
Thus, the overall estimated annual consultation with OMB, will consider
Department of Health and Human
public burden for the OGE Form 201 for all comments received, which will
Services (HHS) has been given the
forms filed at OGE will increase from 29 become a matter of public record.
hours in the current OMB paperwork responsibility and resources for
Approved: November 1, 2002. conducting analytic epidemiologic
inventory listing (172 forms × 10 Amy L. Comstock,
minutes per form—number rounded off) investigations of residents of
Director, Office of Government Ethics. communities in the vicinity of DOE
to 37 hours (222 forms × 10 minutes per
[FR Doc. 02–28488 Filed 11–7–02; 8:45 am] facilities, workers at DOE facilities, and
form—number rounded off). For the
entire executive branch, OGE estimates BILLING CODE 6345–02–P other persons potentially exposed to
that the overall usage of the form each radiation or to potential hazards from
year will average some 1,600. non-nuclear energy production and use.
The Office of Government Ethics DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HHS has delegated program
expects that the revised form should be HUMAN SERVICES responsibility to CDC. Community
ready, after OMB clearance, for Involvement is a critical part of
dissemination to executive branch Agency for Toxic Substances and ATSDR’s and CDC’s energy-related
departments and agencies in the winter Disease Registry
research and activities and input from
of 2002. The OGE Form 201 as revised Public Meeting of the Inter-tribal members of the ICHHP is part of these
will continue to be made available free- Council on Hanford Health Projects efforts. The ICHHP will work with the
of-charge as a downloadable Portable (ICHHP) in Association With the HHES to provide input on American
Document Format (PDF) file to the Citizens Advisory Committee on Public Indian health effects at the Hanford,
public as well as departments and Health Service (PHS) Activities and Washington site.
agencies on OGE’s Internet Web site Research at Department of Energy
(Uniform Resource Locator address: Purpose: The purpose of this meeting
(DOE) Sites: Hanford Health Effects is to address issues that are unique to
http://www.usoge.gov). The Office of Subcommittee
Government Ethics will continue to tribal involvement with the HHES, and
permit departments and agencies to use Name: Public meeting of the Inter- agency updates.
the copy of the OGE Form 201 available tribal Council on Hanford Health Matters to Be Discussed: Agenda
on OGE’s Web site or to develop and Projects (ICHHP) in association with the items will include a dialogue on issues
utilize their own, electronic versions of Citizens Advisory Committee on PHS that are unique to tribal involvement
the OGE form, provided that they Activities and Research at DOE Sites: with the HHES. This will include
precisely duplicate the original to the Hanford Health Effects Subcommittee presentations and discussions on each
extent possible. Agencies can also (HHES). tribal members respective
develop their own access forms, Time and Date: 9:30 a.m.–4 p.m., environmental health activities, and
provided all the information required by January 29, 2003.
Place: WestCoast Tri-Cities Hotel, agency updates.
the Ethics Act and OGE regulations is
placed on such forms, along with the 1101 North Columbia Center Blvd., Agenda items are subject to change as
appropriate Privacy Act and paperwork Kennewick, WA. Telephone: (509) 783– priorities dictate.
notices with any attendant clearances 0611. Contact Persons for More Information:
being obtained by the agencies therefor. Status: Open to the public, limited Alan Crawford, Executive Secretary, or
For now, OGE itself accepts filing of only by the space available. The meeting Marilyn Palmer, Committee
a completed OGE Form 201 by mail, room accommodates approximately 25 Management Specialist, Division of
FAX, or in person, but does not permit people.
Health Assessment and Consultation,
E-mail or Internet online transmission. Background: Under a Memorandum
of Understanding (MOU) signed in ATSDR, 1600 Clifton Road, NE M/S E–
Similarly, requested copies of reports or 32 Atlanta, Georgia 30333, telephone 1–
other covered records are supplied by October 1990 and renewed in
September 2000 between ATSDR and 888–42-ATSDR (28737), fax 404/498–
OGE as hard (paper) copies.
On June 19, 2002, OGE published its DOE. The MOU delineates the 1744.
first round notice of the forthcoming responsibilities and procedures for The Director, Management Analysis
request for paperwork clearance for the ATSDR’s public health activities at DOE and Services Office, has been delegated
proposed somewhat revised OGE Form sites required under sections 104, 105, the authority to sign Federal Register
201. See 67 FR 41728–41729). The 107, and 120 of the Comprehensive notices pertaining to announcements of
Office of Government Ethics did not Environmental Response, meetings and other committee
receive any comments in response to Compensation, and Liability Act management activities, for both the
that notice, though one agency (CERCLA or ‘‘Superfund’’). These Centers for Disease Control and
requested a copy of the proposed activities include health consultations Prevention and the Agency for Toxic
revised form. and public health assessments at DOE Substances and Disease Registry.
In this second notice, public comment sites listed on, or proposed for, the
Dated: October 31, 2002.
is again invited on the proposed Superfund National Priorities List and
somewhat revised OGE Form 201 as set at sites that are the subject of petitions John Burckhardt,
forth in this notice, including from the public; and other health- Acting Director, Management Analysis and
specifically views on: the need for and related activities such as epidemiologic Services Office, Centers for Disease Control
practical utility of this proposed studies, health surveillance, exposure and Prevention.
modified collection of information; the and disease registries, health education, [FR Doc. 02–28457 Filed 11–7–02; 8:45 am]
accuracy of OGE’s burden estimate; the substance-specific applied research, BILLING CODE 4163–18–P

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