Yesterday, CISA published a 30-day information collection
request (ICR) notice in the Federal Register (87
FR 8026-8027) for “Revision of a Currently Approved Information Collection
for the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) Personnel Surety Program”.
This is a follow-up to the 60-day notice that was
published on June 23rd, 2021 (I have made the linked post on
CFSN Detailed Analysis free content).
The Notice indicates that CISA
had received one ‘nongermane’ comment to the 60-day Notice. That ‘comment’ is
hard to read with a convoluted grammar and odd word usage. I would have to
agree that the comment should have no impact on the ICR consideration.
CISA has posted the full supporting
statement [.docx download link] to the OIRA web site for this ICR (1670-0029).
That statement contains the justification and the burden estimate for the ICR.
There are no programmatic changes being made in this ICR. Changes in the burden
estimate reflect the recent history of the program.
CISA is soliciting public comments on this ICR. Comments may
be submitted via the ICR
site via the ‘COMMENT’ button. Comments should be submitted by March 14th, 2022.
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