1412 Federal Register / Vol. 61, No. 13 / Friday, January 19, 1996 / Notices
202–219–5263 (this is not a toll-free Dated: December 15, 1995. Library, 201 S. Kankakee Street,
number). John M. Robinson, Wilmington, Illinois 60481.
Deputy Assistant Secretary, Employment Dated at Rockville, Maryland, this 1st day
Training Administration. of January 1996.
I. Background [FR Doc. 96–576 Filed 1–18–96; 8:45 am] For the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
BILLING CODE 4510–30–M Ramin R. Assa,
The Alien Labor Certification Program
operates under regulations at 20 CFR Project Manager, Project Directorate III–2,
655 and 656. The Alien Certification Division of Reactor Projects–III/IV, Office of
Program, as administered by the NUCLEAR REGULATORY Nuclear Reactor Regulation.
Department of Labor, requires the State COMMISSION [FR Doc. 96–527 Filed 1–18–96; 8:45 am]
employment security agencies (SESAs) [Docket Nos. STN 50–456 and STN 50–457] BILLING CODE 7590–01–P
to initially process applications for alien
certifications filed by U.S. employers on Commonwealth Edison Company;
behalf of alien workers wishing to enter Notice of Withdrawal of Application for
the U.S. for permanent employment and Amendment to Facility Operating OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND
certain temporary employment Licenses BUDGET
purposes, conduct wage surveys,
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Governmentwide Guidance for New
provide wage information to U.S.
Commission (the Commission) has Restrictions on Lobbying
employers wishing to employ foreign
workers, conduct housing inspections of granted the request of Commonwealth
AGENCY: Office of Management and
facilities employers offer to migrant and Edison Company (the licensee) to
seasonal workers, and recruit for withdraw its August 15, 1995,
application for proposed amendment to ACTION: Interim Final Amendments to
qualified U.S. workers for employers OMB’s Governmentwide Guidance on
applying for alien certification. The Facility Operating License Nos. NPF–72
and NPF–77, for the Braidwood Station, Lobbying.
SESAs perform these functions under a
reimbursable grant that is awarded Unit 1, located in Will County, Illinois. SUMMARY: The ‘‘Lobbying Disclosure Act
annually. The data from this report The proposed amendment would of 1995,’’ signed by the President on
provides important program information have modified the facility technical December 19, 1995, included some
about SESA workload in a number of specifications to renew the 1.0 volt amendments to 31 U.S. Code Section
immigration programs and provides interim plugging criteria (IPC) for the 1352, popularly known as the Byrd
ETA with more timely management Braidwood, Unit 1, steam generators Amendment. The new law makes these
information. The data is used for (SG) in accordance with Generic Letter amendments effective January 1, 1996.
program monitoring and evaluation and 95–05, ‘‘Voltage-Based Repair Criteria In response to the Byrd Amendment, in
for future distribution of alien for Westinghouse Steam Generators December 1989, OMB issued interim
certification funds. Tubes Affected by Outside Diameter final guidance entitled
Stress Corrosion Cracking,’’ dated ‘‘Governmentwide Guidance for New
II. Current Actions August 3, 1995. This request was made Restrictions on Lobbying.’’ Today’s
as a contingency in the event that the notice includes amendments to OMB’s
This is a request for OMB approval
3.0 volt IPC which ComEd had December 1989 guidance to reflect the
under [the Paperwork Reduction Act of
previously submitted on February 13, new statute.
1995 (44 U.S.C. 3506(c)(2)(A)] of an
1995, was not approved in order to
extension to an existing collection of DATES: These interim final amendments
support the startup of Braidwood, Unit
information previously approved and are effective January 1, 1996. Comments
1, from the Cycle 5 refueling outage. On
assigned OMB Control No. 1205–0015. must be in writing and must be received
November 9, 1995, the NRC issued
There is no change in burden. by March 19, 1996. Late-filed comments
Amendment No. 69, thereby nullifying
Type of Review: Extension. the August 15, 1995, request. will be considered to the extent
Agency: Employment and Training Subsequently, by letter dated November practicable.
Administration, Labor. 13, 1995, you withdrew the amendment ADDRESSES: Comments should be
Title: Alien Labor Certification request. mailed to Office of Management and
Activity Report. The Commission had previously Budget, Lobbying Docket, Room 6025,
issued a Notice of Consideration of New Executive Office Building,
OMB Number: 1205–0015. Washington, DC 20503. Comments up to
Issuance of Amendment published in
Frequency: Semi-Annually. the Federal Register on October 5, 1995, three pages in length may be submitted
Affected Public: Regional, State or (60 FR 52222). However, by letter dated via facsimile to 202–395–3952.
local governments. November 13, 1995, the licensee Electronic mail comments may be
Number of Respondents: 54. withdrew the proposed change. submitted via Internet to KAHLOW—
For further details with respect to this B@A1.EOP.GOV. Please include the full
Estimated Time Per Respondent: 2
action, see the application for body of electronic mail comments in the
hours per response.
amendment dated August 15, 1995, and text and not as an attachment. Please
Total Estimated Cost: No Cost to include the name, title, organization,
the licensee’s letter dated November 13,
Respondent. postal address, and E-mail address in
1995, which withdrew the application
Total Burden Hours: 216. for license amendment. The above the text of the message.
Comments submitted in response to documents are available for public FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For
this notice will be summarized and/or inspection at the Commission’s Public grants and loans, contact Barbara F.
included in the request for Office of Document Room, the Gelman Building, Kahlow, Office of Federal Financial
Management and Budget approval of the 2120 L Street, NW., Washington, DC, Management, OMB (telephone: 202–
information collection request; they will and at the local public document room 395–3053). For contracts, contact
also become a matter of public record. located at the Wilmington Public Richard C. Loeb, Office of Federal