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Master Agreement. See (CG–611), U.S. Coast Guard, 2100 2nd the individual or by some identifying
aboutTT/aboutTT_umbta.cfm. Street, SW., Washington, DC 20593– number, symbol, or other identifying
Use case. A description of the process used 0001. Telephone number is 202–475– particular assigned to the individual.
to perform a particular modeling task on a 3519. Information in Homeport about
particular model. It is a user-centered
description of the activities performed by a SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The registered users and those subject to
user to accomplish a particular goal. The Maritime Transportation Security Act screening for purposes of credentialing
collected use cases specify all the ways the (MTSA) of 2002 establishes a will be maintained in a system of
system can be used. comprehensive national system of records.
Dated: April 10, 2006. transportation security enhancements to The Privacy Act requires each agency
John Niederhuber, protect America’s maritime community to published in the Federal Register a
against the threat of terrorism without description denoting the type and
Deputy Director, Translational and Clinical
Sciences. adversely affecting the flow of character of each system of records that
commerce through United States ports. the agency maintains, and the routine
[FR Doc. 06–3997 Filed 4–27–06; 8:45 am] uses that are contained in each system
The United States Coast Guard (USCG)
is the lead Federal agency for maritime to make agency recordkeeping practices
homeland security and has significant transparent, to notify individuals
enforcement responsibilities under the regarding the uses to which personally
DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND MTSA. Among other responsibilities identifiable information is put, and to
SECURITY under the MTSA, the Coast Guard assist the individual to more easily find
requires that maritime security plans be such files within the agency.
Coast Guard Individuals may request their own
developed for ports, vessels and
[USCG–2006–24540] facilities, and that those with access to records that are maintained in a system
maritime facilities have credentials of records in the possession or under the
Privacy Act of 1974; System of demonstrating their eligibility for such control of DHS by complying with DHS
Records access. Privacy Act regulations (6 CFR 5.21).
Homeport, a new system of records USCG is hereby publishing the
AGENCY: United States Coast Guard, description of the Homeport system of
Department of Homeland Security. under the Privacy Act of 1974, will
facilitate implementation of these records. In accordance with 5 U.S.C.
ACTION: Notice of Privacy Act system of 552a(r), a report of this new system of
requirements. Representatives of the
records. maritime industry, members of Area records has been provided to the Office
Maritime Security Committees, which of Management and Budget (OMB) and
SUMMARY: The United States Coast to the Congress.
Guard in the Department of Homeland are required under the MTSA, other
Security is creating a new system of entities regulated by the MTSA, and DHS/CG 060
records for the secure collection of USCG and other officials will be able to
register and use Homeport for secure SYSTEM NAME:
information from and about individuals
and entities subject to the requirements information dissemination and Homeport
of the Maritime Transportation Security collaboration. In this aspect regulated
Act of 2002. entities will be able to use Homeport for
electronic submission and approval of Unclassified, Sensitive.
DATES: The new system of records will
required security plans and the Coast SYSTEM LOCATION:
be effective May 30, 2006, unless
Guard will be able to verify compliance The system is located at the United
comments are received that result in a
with security requirements. Homeport States Coast Guard Operations Systems
contrary determination.
will also be used to collect information Center, 600 Coast Guard Drive,
ADDRESSES: You may submit comments from and about individuals for whom
identified by docket number USCG– Kearneysville, WV 25430–3000.
background screening will be conducted
2006–24540 to the Docket Management for purposes of establishing USCG- CATEGORIES OF INDIVIDUALS COVERED BY THE
Facility at the U.S. Department of approved identification credentials for SYSTEM OF RECORDS:
Transportation. To avoid duplication, access to maritime facilities, and to This system of records covers
please use only one of the following inform owners and operators of those individuals including, but not limited
methods: maritime facilities of the names of to, representatives of the maritime
(1) Web site: persons who have passed the industry, members of Area Maritime
(2) Mail: Docket Management Facility, background screening. Homeport also Security Committees, entities regulated
U.S. Department of Transportation, has the capability to be used as a under the maritime Transportation
Room Plaza 401, 400 Seventh Street, communications tool in the event of a Security Act, and government officials.
SW., Washington, DC 20590–0001. natural disaster or other emergency to These persons may complete on-line
(3) Fax: 202–493–2251 (not toll-free). facilitate secure communications. forms and/or request an account to
(4) Delivery: Room PL–401 on the The Privacy Act embodies fair provide the information requested or
Plaza level of the Nassif Building, 400 information principles in a statutory required by the Coast Guard, access/
Seventh Street, SW., Washington, DC, framework governing the means by view sensitive but unclassified
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday which the United States Government information, and participate in
through Friday, except Federal holidays. collects, maintains, uses, and collaboration communities. This system
The telephone number is 202–366– disseminates personally identifiable will also cover individuals for whom
9329. information. The Privacy Act applies to background screening will be conducted
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(5) Federal eRulemaking Portal: information that is maintained in a for the purpose of establishing Coast ‘‘system of records.’’ A ‘‘system of Guard-approved identification
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Mr. records’’ is a group of any records under credentials for access to certain
Donald Taylor, U.S. Coast Guard the control of an agency from which regulated facilities. These individuals
Privacy Officer. Address: Commandant information is retrieved by the name of include, but are not limited to, facility

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operators, their employees, and non- The system can also be used to (H) To the Department of Justice (DOJ)
employees who require regular access facilitate communications and therefore or other Federal agency in the review,
privileges to such regulated facilities. aid the Coast Guard’s response to major settlement, defense, and prosecution of
incidents, such as maritime casualties claims, complaints, and lawsuits
and natural disasters. involving matters over which the Coast
To participate in the Homeport portal Guard exercises jurisdiction; or when
for information dissemination and ROUTINE USES OF RECORDS MAINTAINED IN THE
conducting litigation, or in proceedings,
collection, the following personal SYSTEM, INCLUDING CATEGORIES OF USERS AND
before any court, adjudicative or
information may be included in this administrative body, when: (a) The
record system: Full Name, Company or In addition to those disclosures
Coast Guard; or (b) any employee of the
Organization name, Address, City, State, generally permitted under 5 U.S.C.
Coast Guard in his/her official capacity;
Zip, Country, Work Phone, Mobile 552a(b) of the Privacy Act, all or a
or (c) any employee of the Coast Guard
Phone, 24 Hour Contact Phone, Fax, portion of the records or information
in his/her individual capacity, where
Pager, E-mail Address, Alternate E-mail contained in this system may be
DOJ or the Coast Guard has agreed to
Address, Referral Name/Phone/E-mail disclosed outside DHS as a routine use
represent the employee; or (d) the
Address, Date of Birth, height, weight, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 552a(b)(3) as
United States or any agency thereof, is
and other personal characteristics, if follows:
a party to the litigation, or has an
applicable. (A) Where a record, either on its face
For Coast Guard members (active duty interest in such litigation, and the Coast
or in conjunction with other
and civilian personnel), these fields are Guard determines that the records are
information, indicates a violation or
pre-populated using data from Direct both relevant and necessary to the
potential violation of law—criminal,
Access, the Coast Guard’s enterprise litigation and the use of such records is
civil or regulatory—the relevant
human resource system. The following compatible with the purpose for which
recoreds may be referred to an
information is being captured from the Coast Guard collected the records.
appropriate Federal, state, territorial,
Direct Access: Employee ID, Billet (I) To contractors, grantees, experts,
tribal, local, international, or foreign
Control Number (BCN), Grade Level, consultants, volunteers, or other like
agency law enforcement authority or
and Position Number. persons, when necessary to perform a
other appropriate agency charged with
For purposes of issuing identification function or service related to this system
investigating or prosecuting such a
credentials for facilities access, the of records for which they have been
violation or enforcing or implementing
following personal information will be engaged.
such law.
included: Full Name, Date of Birth, (B) To Federal intelligence (J) To a congressional office from the
Social Security (optional) Number, and community agencies and other agencies record of an individual, in response to
Alien identification number (if to further the mission of those agencies an inquiry from that congressional office
applicable). relating to persons who may pose a risk made at the individual.
to homeland security. (K) To the National Archives and
AUTHORITY FOR MAINTENANCE OF THE SYSTEM: Records Administration, or other
(C) To a Federal, state, local, tribal,
50 U.S.C. 191; 46 U.S.C. 3717; 46 appropriate Federal agency, pursuant to
territorial, foreign, or international
U.S.C. 12501; 44 U.S.C. 35 (1) 3507; 33 records management inspections being
agency, in connection with the hiring or
U.S.C. 1223; 14 U.S.C. 2; 33 CFR part conducted under the authority of 44
retention of an employee, the issuance
125 U.S.C. 2904 and 2906.
of a security clearance, the reporting of
PURPOSE(S): an investigation of an employee, the DISCLOSURE TO CONSUMER REPORTING
Homeport is an enterprise tool that letting of a contract, or the issuance of AGENCIES:
will facilitate compliance with the a license, grant, or other benefit by the None.
requirements set forth in the Maritime requesting agency, to the extent that the
Transportation Security Act (MTSA) of information is relevant and necessary to POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR STORING,
2002, by providing secure information either to the agency’s or the Coast RETRIEVING, ACCESSING, RETAINING, AND
Guard’s decision on the matter. DISPOSING OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM.
dissemination, advanced collaboration,
electronic submission and approval for (D) To an organization or individual STORAGE:
vessel/facility security plans, and in either the public or private sector Records in this system are stored in
complex electronic and where there is a reason to believe that electronic form in an automated data
telecommunication notification the recipient is or could become the processing (ADP) database operated and
capabilities. The collection of target of a particular terrorist activity or maintained by the USCG. Backups are
personally identifiable information conspriacy, to the extent the performed daily. Copies of backups are
concerning those with access to information is relevant to the protection stored at an off-site location.
Homeport will allow the Coast Guard to of life or property.
validate the suitablility, identity and (E) To an agency, organization, or RETRIEVABILITY:
eligibility of those who request individual for the purposes of Information is retrieved from this
permission and/or have access to the performing authorized audit or system by First Name, Last Name, City,
system. In addition, the system helps oversight operations. State, Captain of the Port Zone, Vessel
ensure national security by collecting (F) To international and foreign Role, Facility Role, Committee
information required to verify maritime governmental authorities, in accordance Membership, Vessel Association, Case
workers’ identities and facilitating the with law and formal or informal Identification Number, and Facility
validation of maritime workers’ international agreement. Association.
background information. The system (G) To maritime facility personnel or
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will also assist transportation facilities other appropriate individuals when SAFEGUARDS:
in managing their security risks and relevant to the individual’s Homeport falls under the guidelines
accounting for access of authorized employment, application, contract, of the USCG Operations System Center
personnel to transportation facilities issuance of credentials or clearances, or (OSC) in Kearneysville, WV. This
and activities. access to maritime facilities. computer facility has its own approved

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System Security Plan, which provides request. Send the request to the System Division, Office of General Counsel,
that the system will be maintained in a Manager. Department of Housing and Urban
secure computer room with access Development, 451 7th Street, SW.,
restricted to authorized personnel only. Room 9240, Washington, DC 20410
Access to the building must be Same as ‘‘Notification procedures’’ telephone (202 708–0080) (this is not a
authorized and is limited. The U.S. above. toll-free number).
Coast Guard will operate Homeport in CONTESTING RECORD PROCEDURES:
consonance with Federal security SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The
Same as ‘‘Notification procedures’’ Department is submitting the proposed
regulations, policy, procedures,
and ‘‘Records AccessProcedures,’’ information collection to OMB for
standards and guidance for
above. review, as required by the Paperwork
implementing the Automated
Information Systems Security Program. RECORD SOURCE CATEGORIES:
Reduction Act of 1995 (44 U.S.C.
Only authorized Department of chapter 35, as amended).
Information entered into Homeport is
Homeland Security personnel, and gathered from registering users, the This notice is soliciting comments
authorized U.S. Government contractors general public if completing an on-line from members of the public and
conducting system maintenance, may form during marine casualty incidents affecting agencies concerning the
access Homeport records. or natural disasters, individuals who are proposed collection of information to:
Access to records is protected by the proposed to have access to maritime (1) Evaluate whether the proposed
use of two-password security and the facilities, government agencies, and U.S. collection of information is necessary
scope of access for each password is Coast Guard personnel. for the proper performance of the
limited to the official need of each functions of the agency, including
individual authorized access. USCG will EXEMPTIONS CLAIMED FOR THE SYSTEM: whether the information will have
ensure that users take precautions in None. practical utility; (2) Evaluate the
accordance with OMB Circular A–130, Dated: April 13, 2006. accuracy of the agency’s estimate of the
Appendix III (regarding the Computer Maureen Cooney,
burden of the proposed collection of
Security Act of 1987). information; (3) Enhance the quality,
Acting Chief Privacy Officer.
utility, and clarity of the information to
RETENTION AND DISPOSAL: [FR Doc. 06–4027 Filed 4–25–06; 2:26 pm] be collected; and (4) Minimize the
USCG has a proposed record schedule BILLING CODE 4410–10–M burden of the collection of information
pending with the National Archives and on those who are to respond; including
Records Administration (NARA). If through the use of appropriate
approved, registration information DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND automated collection techniques or
collected by Homeport will be expunged URBAN DEVELOPMENT other forms of information technology,
from the system once an account is e.g., permitting electronic submission of
[Docket No. FR–5052–N–03]
terminated. Data related to maritime responses.
personnel screening will be retained for Notice of Proposed Information
two years. Response-associated This Notice also lists the following
Collection: Comment Request; Notice information:
information, such as personal data of Application for Designation as a
needed for search and rescue purposes, Single Family Foreclosure Title of Proposal: Notice of
will be retained for 120 days following Commissioner Application for Designation As a Single
completion of response operations. Family Foreclosure Commissioner (SF
AGENCY: Office of the General Counsel, Mortgage Foreclosure Act of 1994).
SYSTEM MANAGER AND ADDRESS: HUD. OMB Control Number, if applicable:
Department of Homeland Security, ACTION: Notice. 2510–0012.
United States Coast Guard
Headquarters, Chief, Office of SUMMARY: The proposed information Description of the need for the
Information Resources (G–PRI), 2100 collection requirement described below information and proposed use: Under
2nd Street, SW., Washington, DC will be submitted to the Office of the Single Family Mortgage Foreclosure
20593–0001. Management and Budget (OMB) for Act of 1994, HUD may exercise a
review, as required by the Paperwork nonjudicial Power of Sale of single
NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES: family HUD-held mortgages and may
Reduction Act. The Department is
To determine if this system contains soliciting public comments on the appoint Foreclosure Commissioners to
information on you, you may submit a subject proposal. do this. HUD needs the notice and
written request that includes your name, DATES: Comments Due Date: June 27,
resulting applications for compliance
mailing address, and, if applicable, your 2006. with the Act’s requirements that
merchant mariner license or document commissioners be qualified. Most
number, to the System Manager. For ADDRESSES: Interested persons are respondents will be attorneys, but
ease of identification, you should also invited to submit comments regarding anyone may apply.
include the name and identifying this proposal. Comments should refer to
Agency form numbers, if applicable:
number (documentation number, state the proposal by name and/or OMB
registration number, International Control Number and should be sent to:
Maritime Organization (IMO) number, Brenda M. Johnson, Reports Liaison Members of affected public: Business
etc.) of any vessel with which you have Officer, Department of Housing and or Other For-Profit and Individuals or
been associated and the name and Urban Development, 451 Seventh Street, Households.
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address of any facility (including SW., Room 10276, Washington, DC Estimation of the total numbers of
platforms, bridges, deep water ports, 20410–0500. hours needed to prepare the information
marinas, terminals, and factories) with FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: collection including number of
which you have been associated. You or Bruce Albright, Assistant General respondents, frequency of response, and
your legal representative must sign the Counsel, Single Family Mortgage hours of response:

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