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Contractor Legal Management Requirements

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Federal Register / Vol. 87, No. 31 / Tuesday, February 15, 2022 / Notices
period, should DOE award credits
starting with the lowest price bid and
continuing until available funds are
exhausted? What policy considerations
or parameters other than bid price
would inform the determination of
which bids would most cost-effectively
achieve the objectives of the Act?
Should DOE use any other methodology
or criteria for awarding credits to
bidders?
(11) How should DOE incorporate
evaluation of the impacts of the closure
or continued operation of nuclear
reactors on disadvantaged communities?
(12) Please provide any other input
DOE should consider in the
establishment and implementation of
the CNC Program, including any other
information and criteria that might be
useful in DOE’s approach for and
implementation of both the certification
process and the sealed-bid process for
credits.
DOE requests expedited submission of
comments on the proposed approach to
certification and the specific questions
with respect to certification.

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VII. Request for Statements of Interest
DOE intends to solicit applications for
certification and, for certified reactors,
sealed bids. In order to provide advance
notice of the number and type of
nuclear reactors (i.e., those that are or
are not receiving State support) that may
wish to participate in the program, DOE
is requesting non-binding statements of
interest. Submissions that comply with
relevant requirements outlined in
Section IX regarding Business
Proprietary Information will be kept
confidential. Unless and until an
applicant receives an award, DOE will
treat the identity of each applicant and
other identifying information as
confidential business information for
purposes of the Freedom of Information
Act.
VIII. Response Guidelines
NOI responses shall include:
• NOI/RFI title and reference number;
• Name(s), phone number(s), and
email address(es) for the principal
point(s) of contact;
• Institution or organization
affiliation and postal address; and
• Your organization’s non-binding
expression of interest in the CNC
Program.
NOI responses shall be emailed
directly to Alden Allen, DOE Contract
Specialist, at: [email protected]
RFI responses shall include:
• NOI/RFI title and reference number;
• Name(s), phone number(s), and
email address(es) for the principal
point(s) of contact;

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• Institution or organization
affiliation and postal address; and
• Clear indication of the specific
question(s) to which you are
responding.
Responses including proprietary
information will be handled per
guidance in Section IX.
RFI responses shall be emailed to [email protected] or submitted
electronically to www.regulations.gov,
as described previously.
IX. Business Proprietary Information
Pursuant to 10 CFR 1004.11, any
person submitting information he or she
believes to be business proprietary and
exempt by law from public disclosure
should submit via email two qwellmarked copies: One copy of the
document marked ‘‘Business
Proprietary’’ including all the
information believed to be proprietary,
and one copy of the document marked
‘‘non-Proprietary’’ deleting all
information believed to be business
proprietary. DOE will make its own
determination about the business
proprietary status of the information
and treat it according to its
determination. Factors of interest to
DOE when evaluating requests to treat
submitted information as business
proprietary include: (1) A description of
the items; (2) whether and why such
items are customarily treated as
business proprietary within the
industry; (3) whether the information is
generally known by or available from
other sources; (4) whether the
information has previously been made
available to others without obligation
concerning its business proprietary
nature; (5) an explanation of the
competitive injury to the submitting
person which would result from public
disclosure; (6) when such information
might lose its business proprietary
character due to the passage of time; and
(7) why disclosure of the information
would be contrary to the public interest.
Signing Authority
This document of the Department of
Energy was signed on February 9, 2022,
by Andrew Griffith, Deputy Assistant
Secretary for Nuclear Fuel Cycle and
Supply Chain, pursuant to delegated
authority from the Secretary of Energy.
That document with the original
signature and date is maintained by
DOE. For administrative purposes only,
and in compliance with requirements of
the Office of the Federal Register, the
undersigned DOE Federal Register
Liaison Officer has been authorized to
sign and submit the document in
electronic format for publication, as an
official document of the Department of

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Energy. This administrative process in
no way alters the legal effect of this
document upon publication in the
Federal Register.
Signed in Washington, DC, on February 9,
2022.
Treena V. Garrett,
Federal Register Liaison Officer, U.S.
Department of Energy.
[FR Doc. 2022–03156 Filed 2–14–22; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 6450–01–P

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Agency Information Collection
Extension
Department of Energy.
Notice of request for comments.

AGENCY:
ACTION:

The Department of Energy
(DOE), pursuant to the Paperwork
Reduction Act of 1995, intends to
extend for three years, an information
collection request with the Office of
Management and Budget (OMB).
DATES: Comments regarding this
proposed information collection must
be received on or before April 18, 2022.
If you anticipate any difficulty in
submitting comments within that
period, contact the person listed in the
SUMMARY:

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT

section as soon as possible.
Written comments may be
sent to Eric F. Mulch, Attorney-Adviser,
by email at [email protected]
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Eric
F. Mulch, Attorney-Adviser, at (202)
287–5746, or via email at [email protected]
hq.doe.gov.
ADDRESSES:

Comments
are invited on: (a) Whether the extended
collection of information is necessary
for the proper performance of the
functions of the agency, including
whether the information shall have
practical utility; (b) the accuracy of the
agency’s estimate of the burden of the
proposed collection of information,
including the validity of the
methodology and assumptions used; (c)
ways to enhance the quality, utility, and
clarity of the information to be
collected; and (d) ways to minimize the
burden of the collection of information
on respondents, including through the
use of automated collection techniques
or other forms of information
technology.
This information collection request
contains:
(1) OMB No.: 1910–5115.
(2) Information Collection Request
Titled: Contractor Legal Management
Requirements.
(3) Type of Review: Extension.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

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(4) Purpose: The information
collection to be extended has been and
will be used to form the basis for DOE
actions on requests from the contractors
for reimbursement of litigation and
other legal expenses. The information
collected related to annual legal budget,
staffing and resource plans, and
initiation or settlement of defensive or
offensive litigation is and will be
similarly used.
(5) Annual Estimated Number of
Respondents: 45.
(6) Annual Estimated Number of
Total Responses: 154.
(7) Annual Estimated Number of
Burden Hours: 1150.
(8) Annual Estimated Reporting and
Recordkeeping Cost Burden: 0.
Statutory Authority: Section 161 of
the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, 42
U.S.C. 2201, the Department of Energy
Organization Act, 42 U.S.C 7101, et seq.,
and the National Nuclear Security
Administration Act, 50 U.S.C. 2401, et
seq.

pursuant to delegated authority from the
Secretary of Energy. That document
with the original signature and date is
maintained by DOE. For administrative
purposes only, and in compliance with
requirements of the Office of the Federal
Register, the undersigned DOE Federal
Register Liaison Officer has been
authorized to sign and submit the
document in electronic format for
publication, as an official document of
the Department of Energy. This
administrative process in no way alters
the legal effect of this document upon
publication in the Federal Register.
Signed in Washington, DC, on February 10,
2022.
Treena V. Garrett,
Federal Register Liaison Officer, U.S.
Department of Energy.
[FR Doc. 2022–03197 Filed 2–14–22; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 6450–01–P

Signing Authority
This document of the Department of
Energy was signed on February 9, 2022,
by Samuel T. Walsh, General Counsel,

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Federal Energy Regulatory
Commission
Sunshine Act Meeting Notices
TIME AND DATE:

February 17, 2022, 10:00

a.m.
Open to the public via audio
Webcast only. Join FERC online to listen
live at http://ferc.capitolconnection.org/.
STATUS: Open.
MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED: Agenda.
* Note—Items listed on the agenda
may be deleted without further notice.
CONTACT PERSON FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary, Telephone
(202) 502–8400.
For a recorded message listing items
struck from or added to the meeting, call
(202) 502–8627.
This is a list of matters to be
considered by the Commission. It does
not include a listing of all documents
relevant to the items on the agenda. All
public documents, however, may be
viewed on line at the Commission’s
website at https://elibrary.ferc.gov/
eLibrary/search using the eLibrary link.
PLACE:

1087TH—MEETING, OPEN MEETING
[February 17, 2022 10:00 am]
Item No.

Docket No.

Company
ADMINISTRATIVE

A–1 ........
A–2 ........

AD22–1–000 ................................................
AD22–2–000 ................................................

Agency Administrative Matters.
Customer Matters, Reliability, Security and Market Operations.
ELECTRIC

E–1
E–2
E–3
E–4

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E–5 ........

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E–6 ........
E–7 ........
E–8 ........
E–9 ........
E–10 ......
E–11 ......
E–12 ......
E–13 ......

AD22–5–000 ................................................
ER20–1718–002 ..........................................
ER20–1068–003 ..........................................
EL19–47–002 ..............................................
EL19–63–002 (Consolidated) ......................

ER21–2877–001, ER21–2444–001 (Not
consolidated).
ER21–2900–000, ER21–2900–001, ER21–
2900–002, ER21–2900–003.
EL22–26–000, ER22–957–000 ...................
ER18–1702–002 ..........................................
EL17–21–001 ..............................................
EL18–9–001 ................................................
ER20–2550–003 ..........................................
OMITTED.
ER21–1802–000 ..........................................
EC21–125–000 ............................................
EC21–128–000 ............................................

Implementation of Dynamic Line Ratings.
New York Independent System Operator, Inc.
The Dayton Power and Light Company.
Independent Market Monitor for PJM v. PJM Interconnection, L.L.C.
Office of the People’s Counsel for District of Columbia, Delaware Division of the Public
Advocate, Citizens Utility Board, Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor, Maryland Office of People’s Counsel, Pennsylvania Office of Consumer Advocate, West
Virginia Consumer Advocate Division, and PJM Industrial Customer Coalition v. PJM
Interconnection, L.L.C.
PJM Interconnection, L.L.C.
Duke Energy Carolinas, LLC.
PJM Interconnection, L.L.C.
Southwest Power Pool, Inc.
Kansas Electric Power Cooperative, Inc. v. Southwest Power Pool, Inc.
Xcel Energy Services Inc. v. Southwest Power Pool, Inc.
Entergy Mississippi, LLC.
PJM Interconnection, L.L.C.
PSEG New Haven LLC, PSEG Power Connecticut LLC, PSEG Power New York LLC,
and Generation Bridge II, LLC.
PSEG Fossil LLC, PSEG Fossil Sewaren Urban Renewal LLC, PSEG Keys Energy
Center LLC, PSEG Energy Resources & Trade LLC, Parkway Generation, LLC, and
Parkway Generation Essex, LLC.
GAS

G–1 ........

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