Justice Dept. Posts 30-Day 2257 Public Comment Notice

Rhett Pardon

WASHINGTON — The Federal Register published a 30-day notice of information collection relative to 18 U.S.C. §  2257.

The notice, available for view on its site, seeks public comment to the Justice Department through April 25 either via email or by phone at (202) 514-5780.

According to the Justice Department, "Your comments should address one or more of the following  four points:  (1) whether the collection of  information is necessary for the proper performance of the functions of the  agency, including whether the information will have practical utility;  (2) the accuracy of the agency’s  estimate of the burden of the collection  of information, including the validity of  the methodology and assumptions used;  (3) how to enhance the quality,  utility, and clarity of the information to  be collected; and  (4) how to minimize the burden of the  collection of information on those who  are to respond, including through the  use of appropriate automated,  electronic, mechanical, or other  technological collection techniques or  other forms of information technology,  e.g., permitting electronic submission of  responses."

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