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  • News: DOL Semiannual Regulatory Agenda

    [Federal Register Volume 79, Number 245 (Monday, December 22, 2014)]
    [Unknown Section]
    [Pages 76745-76749]
    From the Federal Register Online via the Government Printing Office [www.gpo.gov]
    [FR Doc No: 2014-28971]
    
    
    
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    Vol. 79
    
    Monday,
    
    No. 245
    
    December 22, 2014
    
    Part XII
    
    
    
    
    
    Department of Labor
    
    
    
    
    
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    Semiannual Regulatory Agenda
    
    Federal Register / Vol. 79 , No. 245 / Monday, December 22, 2014 / 
    Unified Agenda
    
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    DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
    
    Office of the Secretary
    
    20 CFR Chs. I, IV, V, VI, VII, and IX
    
    29 CFR Subtitle A and Chs. II, IV, V, XVII, and XXV
    
    30 CFR Ch. I
    
    41 CFR Ch. 60
    
    48 CFR Ch. 29
    
    
    Semiannual Agenda of Regulations
    
    AGENCY: Office of the Secretary, Labor
    
    ACTION: Semiannual regulatory agenda.
    
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    SUMMARY: The Internet has become the means for disseminating the 
    entirety of the Department of Labor's semiannual regulatory agenda. 
    However, the Regulatory Flexibility Act requires publication of a 
    regulatory flexibility agenda in the Federal Register. This Federal 
    Register Notice contains the regulatory flexibility agenda.
    
    FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Kathleen Franks, Director, Office of 
    Regulatory Policy, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy, U.S. 
    Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Room S-2312, 
    Washington, DC 20210; (202) 693-5959.
    
        Note: Information pertaining to a specific regulation can be 
    obtained from the agency contact listed for that particular 
    regulation.
    
    
    SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Executive Order 12866 requires the 
    semiannual publication of an agenda of regulations that contains a 
    listing of all the regulations the Department of Labor expects to have 
    under active consideration for promulgation, proposal, or review during 
    the coming one-year period. The entirety of the Department's semiannual 
    agenda is available online at www.reginfo.gov.
        The Regulatory Flexibility Act (5 U.S.C. 602) requires DOL to 
    publish in the Federal Register a regulatory flexibility agenda. The 
    Department's Regulatory Flexibility Agenda published with this notice, 
    includes only those rules on its semiannual agenda that are likely to 
    have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small 
    entities; and those rules identified for periodic review in keeping 
    with the requirements of section 610 of the Regulatory Flexibility Act. 
    Thus, the regulatory flexibility agenda is a subset of the Department's 
    semiannual regulatory agenda. There is only one item on the Department 
    of Labor's Regulatory Flexibility Agenda:
    
    Occupational Safety and Health Administration
    
        Bloodborne Pathogens (RIN 1218-AC34)
        In addition, the Department's Regulatory Plan, also a subset of the 
    Department's regulatory agenda, is being published in the Federal 
    Register. The Regulatory Plan contains a statement of the Department's 
    regulatory priorities and the regulatory actions the Department wants 
    to highlight as its most important and significant.
        All interested members of the public are invited and encouraged to 
    let departmental officials know how our regulatory efforts can be 
    improved, and are invited to participate in and comment on the review 
    or development of the regulations listed on the Department's agenda.
    
     Thomas E. Perez,
    Secretary of Labor.
    
                   Wage and Hour Division--Proposed Rule Stage
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                                                               Regulation
           Sequence No.                    Title             Identifier No.
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    354.......................  Defining and Delimiting            1235-AA11
                                 the Exemptions for
                                 Executive,
                                 Administrative,
                                 Professional, Outside
                                 Sales, and Computer
                                 Employees.
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    
           Employment and Training Administration--Proposed Rule Stage
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                               Regulation
           Sequence No.                    Title             Identifier No.
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    355.......................  Wage Methodology for the           1205-AB72
                                 Temporary Non-
                                 Agricultural Employment H-
                                 2B Program.
    356.......................  Workforce Innovation and           1205-AB73
                                 Opportunity Act (Reg Plan
                                 Seq No. 96).
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    References in boldface appear in The Regulatory Plan in part II of this
      issue of the Federal Register.
    
    
          Occupational Safety and Health Administration--Prerule Stage
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                               Regulation
           Sequence No.                    Title             Identifier No.
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    357.......................  Bloodborne Pathogens               1218-AC34
                                 (Section 610 Review).
    358.......................  Infectious Diseases (Reg           1218-AC46
                                 Plan Seq No. 101).
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    References in boldface appear in The Regulatory Plan in part II of this
      issue of the Federal Register.
    
    
       Occupational Safety and Health Administration--Proposed Rule Stage
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                               Regulation
           Sequence No.                    Title             Identifier No.
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    359.......................  Occupational Exposure to           1218-AB70
                                 Crystalline Silica (Reg
                                 Plan Seq No. 102).
    360.......................  Occupational Exposure to           1218-AB76
                                 Beryllium.
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    References in boldface appear in The Regulatory Plan in part II of this
      issue of the Federal Register.
    
    
    [[Page 76747]]
    
    
         Occupational Safety and Health Administration--Final Rule Stage
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                                                               Regulation
           Sequence No.                    Title             Identifier No.
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    361.......................  Confined Spaces in                 1218-AB47
                                 Construction.
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    
        Occupational Safety and Health Administration--Long-Term Actions
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                               Regulation
           Sequence No.                    Title             Identifier No.
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    362.......................  Combustible Dust..........         1218-AC41
    363.......................  Injury and Illness                 1218-AC48
                                 Prevention Program.
    364.......................  Preventing Backover                1218-AC51
                                 Injuries and Fatalities.
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    
    DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (DOL)
    
    Wage and Hour Division (WHD)
    
    Proposed Rule Stage
    
    354. Defining and Delimiting the Exemptions for Executive, 
    Administrative, Professional, Outside Sales, and Computer Employees
    
        Legal Authority: 29 U.S.C. 213(a)(1) (Fair Labor Standards Act)
        Abstract: The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) section 13(a)(1) 
    provides a minimum wage and overtime exemption for any employee 
    employed in a bona fide executive, administrative, professional 
    capacity, or in the capacity of an outside salesperson. President 
    Barack Obama issued a memorandum to the Secretary of Labor on March 13, 
    2014, directing the Secretary to modernize and streamline the existing 
    overtime regulations for executive, administrative, and professional 
    employees. The Department of Labor last updated these regulations in 
    2004.
        Timetable:
    
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                   Action                    Date            FR Cite
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    NPRM................................   02/00/15  .......................
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
        Regulatory Flexibility Analysis Required: Yes.
        Agency Contact: Mary Ziegler, Director, Division of Regulations, 
    Legislation, and Interpretation, Department of Labor, 200 Constitution 
    Avenue NW., FP Building, Room S-3502, Washington, DC 20210, Phone: 202 
    693-0406, Fax: 202 693-1387.
        RIN: 1235-AA11
    
    DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (DOL)
    
    Employment and Training Administration (ETA)
    
    Proposed Rule Stage
    
    355. Wage Methodology for the Temporary Non-Agricultural Employment H-
    2B Program
    
        Legal Authority: 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(15)(H)(ii(B); 8 U.S.C. 1148(c); 
    29 U.S.C. 49k; 8 CFR 214.2(h)(6)(iii)
        Abstract: The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) establishes the 
    H-2B visa classification for a non-agricultural temporary worker 
    ``having a residence in a foreign country which he has no intention of 
    abandoning who is coming temporarily to the United States to perform . 
    . . temporary [non-agricultural] service or labor if unemployed persons 
    capable of performing such service or labor cannot be found in this 
    country[.]'' 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(15)(H)(ii)(b). The INA also requires an 
    importing employer (H-2B employer) to petition the Department of 
    Homeland Security (DHS) for classification of the prospective temporary 
    worker as an H-2B nonimmigrant, and DHS must approve such petition 
    before the beneficiary can be considered eligible for an H-2B visa or 
    H-2B status. 8 U.S.C. 1184(c)(1). The INA further requires DHS to 
    consult with ``appropriate agencies of the Government'' before 
    adjudicating an H-2B petition, and DHS has determined that it must 
    consult with the Department of Labor (DOL) to determine whether U.S. 
    workers capable of performing the temporary services or labor are 
    available and that the foreign worker's employment will not adversely 
    affect the wages or working conditions of similarly employed U.S. 
    workers. 8 CFR 214.2(h)(6)(iii)(A). DHS's regulation requires H-2B 
    employers to obtain certification from DOL that these conditions are 
    met prior to submitting a petition to DHS. Id. As part of DOL's 
    certification, DHS requires DOL to determine the prevailing wage 
    applicable to an application for temporary labor certification. 8 CFR 
    214.2(h)(6)(iii)(D). DOL has established procedures to certify whether 
    a qualified U.S. worker is available to fill the petitioning H-2B 
    employer's job opportunity and whether foreign worker's employment in 
    the job opportunity will adversely affect the wages or working 
    conditions of similarly employed U.S. workers. See 20 CFR part 655, 
    subpart A. As part of DOL's labor certification process and, pursuant 
    to the DHS regulations, 8 CFR 214.2(h)(6)(iii)(D), DOL sets the wage 
    that employers must offer and pay foreign workers entering the country 
    on an H-2B visa. See 20 CFR 655.10. DOL revised the wage methodology 
    used in the H-2B program in 2011, and jointly with the Department of 
    Homeland Security again in 2013. The later action was an interim final 
    rule (IFR) in response to a court order. However, DOL requested and 
    received comments on all aspects of the 2013 revisions to the H-2B wage 
    methodology in the IFR. DOL has determined that further notice and 
    comment is appropriate on the proper methodology for determining the 
    prevailing wage in the H-2B program, and will consider comments 
    submitted in conjunction with the IFR together with comments submitted 
    on this new proposal in order to issue a final rule.
        Timetable:
    
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                   Action                    Date            FR Cite
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    NPRM................................   12/00/14  .......................
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
        Regulatory Flexibility Analysis Required: Yes.
        Agency Contact: Lauren Bernstein, Acting Manager, Division of 
    Policy, Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, 
    Office of Foreign Labor Certification, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., 
    Room C-4312, FP Building, Washington, DC
    
    [[Page 76748]]
    
    20210, Phone: 202 693-3010, Email: bernstein.lauren@dol.gov.
        RIN: 1205-AB72
    
    356.  Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
    
        Regulatory Plan: This entry is Seq. No. 96 in part II of this issue 
    of the Federal Register.
        RIN: 1205-AB73
    
    DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (DOL)
    
    Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
    
    Prerule Stage
    
    357. Bloodborne Pathogens (Section 610 Review)
    
        Legal Authority: 5 U.S.C. 533; 5 U.S.C. 610; 29 U.S.C. 655(b)
        Abstract: OSHA will undertake a review of the Bloodborne Pathogen 
    Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030) in accordance with the requirements of the 
    Regulatory Flexibility Act and section 5 of Executive Order 12866. The 
    review will consider the continued need for the rule; whether the rule 
    overlaps, duplicates, or conflicts with other Federal, State or local 
    regulations; and the degree to which technology, economic conditions, 
    or other factors may have changed since the rule was evaluated.
        Timetable:
    
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                   Action                    Date            FR Cite
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Begin Review........................   10/22/09  .......................
    Request for Comments Published......   05/14/10  75 FR 27237
    Comment Period End..................   08/12/10  .......................
    End Review and Issue Findings.......   05/00/15  .......................
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
        Regulatory Flexibility Analysis Required: No.
        Agency Contact: Francis Yebesi, Acting Director, Directorate of 
    Evaluation and Analysis, Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and 
    Health Administration, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., FP Bld, Rm N-3641, 
    Washington, DC 20210, Phone: 202 693-2400, Fax: 202 693-1641, Email: 
    yebesi.francis@dol.gov.
        RIN: 1218-AC34
    
    358. Infectious Diseases
    
        Regulatory Plan: This entry is Seq. No. 101 in part II of this 
    issue of the Federal Register.
        RIN: 1218-AC46
    
    DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (DOL)
    
    Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
    
    Proposed Rule Stage
    
    359. Occupational Exposure to Crystalline Silica
    
        Regulatory Plan: This entry is Seq. No. 102 in part II of this 
    issue of the Federal Register.
        RIN: 1218-AB70
    
    360. Occupational Exposure to Beryllium
    
        Legal Authority: 29 U.S.C. 655(b); 29 U.S.C. 657
        Abstract: In 1999 and 2001, OSHA was petitioned to issue an 
    emergency temporary standard for permissible exposure limit (PEL) to 
    beryllium by the United Steel Workers (formerly the Paper Allied-
    Industrial, Chemical, and Energy Workers Union), Public Citizen Health 
    Research Group, and others. The Agency denied the petitions but stated 
    its intent to begin data gathering to collect needed information on 
    beryllium's toxicity, risks, and patterns of usage. On November 26, 
    2002, OSHA published a Request for Information (RFI) (67 FR 70707) to 
    solicit information pertinent to occupational exposure to beryllium, 
    including: current exposures to beryllium; the relationship between 
    exposure to beryllium and the development of adverse health effects; 
    exposure assessment and monitoring methods; exposure control methods; 
    and medical surveillance. In addition, the Agency conducted field 
    surveys of selected worksites to assess current exposures and control 
    methods being used to reduce employee exposures to beryllium. OSHA 
    convened a Small Business Advocacy Review Panel under the Small 
    Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act (SBREFA) and completed the 
    SBREFA Report in January 2008. OSHA also completed a scientific peer 
    review of its draft risk assessment.
        Timetable:
    
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                   Action                    Date            FR Cite
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Request for Information.............   11/26/02  67 FR 70707
    Request For Information Comment        02/24/03  .......................
     Period End.
    SBREFA Report Completed.............   01/23/08  .......................
    Initiated Peer Review of Health        03/22/10  .......................
     Effects and Risk Assessment.
    Complete Peer Review................   11/19/10  .......................
    NPRM................................   01/00/15  .......................
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
        Regulatory Flexibility Analysis Required: Yes.
        Agency Contact: William Perry, Director, Directorate of Standards 
    and Guidance, Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health 
    Administration, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Room N-3718, Washington, 
    DC 20210, Phone: 202 693-1950, Fax: 202 693-1678, Email: 
    perry.bill@dol.gov.
        RIN: 1218-AB76
    
    DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (DOL)
    
    Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
    
    Final Rule Stage
    
    361. Confined Spaces in Construction
    
        Legal Authority: 29 U.S.C. 655(b); 40 U.S.C. 333
        Abstract: In 1993, OSHA issued a rule to protect employees who 
    enter confined spaces while engaged in general industry work (29 CFR 
    1910.146). This standard has not been extended to cover employees 
    entering confined spaces while engaged in construction work because of 
    unique characteristics of construction work sites. Pursuant to 
    discussions with the United Steel Workers of America that led to a 
    settlement agreement regarding the general industry standard, OSHA 
    agreed to issue a proposed rule to protect construction workers in 
    confined spaces.
        Timetable:
    
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
                   Action                    Date            FR Cite
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    SBREFA Panel Report.................   11/24/03  .......................
    NPRM................................   11/28/07  72 FR 67351
    NPRM Comment Period End.............   01/28/08  .......................
    NPRM Comment Period Extended........   02/28/08  73 FR 3893
    Public Hearing......................   07/22/08  .......................
    Close Record........................   10/23/08  .......................
    Final Rule..........................   03/00/15  .......................
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
        Regulatory Flexibility Analysis Required: Yes.
        Agency Contact: Jim Maddux, Director, Directorate of Construction, 
    Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, FP 
    Building, Room N-3468, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 
    20210, Phone: 202 693-2020, Fax:
    
    [[Page 76749]]
    
    202 693-1689, Email: maddux.jim@dol.gov.
        RIN: 1218-AB47
    
    DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (DOL)
    
    Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
    
    Long-Term Actions
    
    362. Combustible Dust
    
        Legal Authority: 29 U.S.C. 655(b); 29 U.S.C. 657
        Abstract: Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has 
    commenced rulemaking to develop a combustible dust standard for general 
    industry. The U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB) completed a study of 
    combustible dust hazards in late 2006, which identified 281 combustible 
    dust incidents between 1980 and 2005 that killed 119 workers and 
    injured another 718. Based on these findings, the CSB recommended the 
    Agency pursue a rulemaking on this issue. OSHA has previously addressed 
    aspects of this risk. For example, on July 31, 2005, OSHA published the 
    Safety and Health Information Bulletin, ``Combustible Dust in Industry: 
    Preventing and Mitigating the Effects of Fire and Explosions.'' 
    Additionally, OSHA implemented a Combustible Dust National Emphasis 
    Program (NEP) on March 11, 2008, launched a new Web page, and issued 
    several other guidance documents. However, the Agency does not have a 
    comprehensive standard that addresses combustible dust hazards.
        OSHA will use the information gathered from the NEP to assist in 
    the development of this rule. OSHA published an ANPRM October 21, 2009. 
    Additionally, stakeholder meetings were held in Washington, DC, on 
    December 14, 2009, in Atlanta, GA, on February 17, 2010, and in 
    Chicago, IL, on April 21, 2010. A webchat for combustible dust was also 
    held on June 28, 2010, and an expert forum was convened on May 13, 
    2011.
        Timetable:
    
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
                   Action                    Date            FR Cite
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ANPRM...............................   10/21/09  74 FR 54333
    Stakeholder Meetings................   12/14/09  .......................
    ANPRM Comment Period End............   01/19/10  .......................
    Stakeholder Meetings................   02/17/10  .......................
    Stakeholders Meetings...............   03/09/10  75 FR 10739
    Initiate SBREFA.....................   02/00/16  .......................
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
        Regulatory Flexibility Analysis Required: Yes.
        Agency Contact: William Perry, Director, Directorate of Standards 
    and Guidance, Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health 
    Administration, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Room N-3718, Washington, 
    DC 20210, Phone: 202 693-1950, Fax: 202 693-1678, Email: 
    perry.bill@dol.gov.
        RIN: 1218-AC41
    
    363. Injury and Illness Prevention Program
    
        Legal Authority: 29 U.S.C. 653; 29 U.S.C. 655(b); 29 U.S.C. 657
        Abstract: OSHA is developing a rule requiring employers to 
    implement an Injury and Illness Prevention Program. It involves 
    planning, implementing, evaluating, and improving processes and 
    activities that protect employee safety and health. OSHA has 
    substantial data on reductions in injuries and illnesses from employers 
    who have implemented similar effective processes. The Agency currently 
    has voluntary Safety and Health Program Management Guidelines (54 FR 
    3904 to 3916), published in 1989. An injury and illness prevention 
    program rule would build on these guidelines as well as lessons learned 
    from successful approaches and best practices under OSHA's Voluntary 
    Protection Program, Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program, 
    and similar industry and international initiatives such as American 
    National Standards Institute/American Industrial Hygiene Association 
    Z10, and Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series 18001.
        Timetable:
    
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                   Action                    Date             FR Cite
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Stakeholder Meetings...............     06/03/10  75 FR 35360 and 75 FR
                                                       23637
    Initiate SBREFA....................     01/06/12  ......................
                                        ------------------------------------
    NPRM...............................            To Be Determined
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
        Regulatory Flexibility Analysis Required: Yes.
        Agency Contact: William Perry, Director, Directorate of Standards 
    and Guidance, Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health 
    Administration, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Room N-3718, Washington, 
    DC 20210, Phone: 202 693-1950, Fax: 202 693-1678, Email: 
    perry.bill@dol.gov.
        RIN: 1218-AC48
    
    364. Preventing Backover Injuries and Fatalities
    
        Legal Authority: 29 U.S.C. 655(b)
        Abstract: OSHA published an RFI (77 FR 18973; March 29, 2012) that 
    sought information on two subjects: 1) Preventing backover injuries; 
    and 2) the hazards and risks of reinforcing concrete operations in 
    construction, including post-tensioning. Backing vehicles and equipment 
    are common causes of struck-by injuries and can also cause caught-
    between injuries when backing vehicles and equipment pin a worker 
    against an object. Struck-by injuries and caught-between injuries are 
    two of the four leading causes of workplace fatalities. The Bureau of 
    Labor Statistics reports that in 2011, 75 workers were fatally backed 
    over while working. While many backing incidents can prove to be fatal, 
    workers can suffer severe, non-fatal injuries as well. A review of 
    OSHA's Integrated Management Information System (IMIS) database found 
    that backing incidents can result in serious injury to the back and 
    pelvis, fractured bones, concussions, amputations, and other injuries. 
    Emerging technologies in the field of backing operations may prevent 
    incidents. The technologies include cameras and proximity detection 
    systems. The use of spotters and internal traffic control plans can 
    also make backing operations safer. The Agency has held stakeholder 
    meetings on backovers, and is conducting site visits to employers.
        Timetable:
    
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
                   Action                    Date            FR Cite
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Request for Information.............   03/29/12  77 FR 18973
    Comment Period End..................   07/27/12  .......................
    Initiate SBREFA.....................   06/00/16  .......................
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
        Regulatory Flexibility Analysis Required: Yes.
        Agency Contact: Jim Maddux, Director, Directorate of Construction, 
    Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, FP 
    Building, Room N-3468, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 
    20210, Phone: 202 693-2020, Fax: 202 693-1689, Email: 
    maddux.jim@dol.gov.
        RIN: 1218-AC51
    
    [FR Doc. 2014-28971 Filed 12-19-14; 8:45 am]
    BILLING CODE 4510-04-P
    
    
    
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