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    The cases per the Paperwork reduction act message: U.S. Supreme Court DOLE v. STEELWORKERS, 494 U.S. 26 (1990) 494 U.S. 26 DOLE, SECRETARY OF LABOR, ET AL.
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      U.S. Supreme Court DOLE v. STEELWORKERS, 494 U.S. 26 (1990) 494 U.S. 26 DOLE, SECRETARY OF LABOR, ET AL. v. UNITED STEELWORKERS OF AMERICA ET AL. CERTIORARI TO THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE THIRD CIRCUIT No. 88-1434.
      Argued November 6, 1989 Decided February 21, 1990                                                   The Act prohibits any federal agency from adopting regulations which impose paperwork requirements on the public unless the information is not available to the agency from another source within the Federal Government, and the agency [494 U.S. 26, 33]   must formulate a plan for tabulating the information in a useful manner. Agencies are also required to minimize the burden on the public to the extent practicable. See 44 U.S.C. 3507(a) (1) (1982 ed. and Supp. V). In addition, the Act institutes a second layer of review by OMB for new paperwork requirements. After an agency has satisfied itself that an instrument for collecting information - termed an "information collection request" - is needed, the agency must submit the request to OMB for approval. See 44 U.S.C. 3507(a)(2) (1982 ed., Supp. V). If OMB disapproves the request, the agency may not collect the information. See 44 U.S.C. 3507(a) (3) (1982 ed.).

      TITLE 44 > CHAPTER 35 > SUBCHAPTER I > § 3507

      Public information collection activities; submission to Director; approval and delegation

      (a) An agency shall not conduct or sponsor the collection of information unless in advance of the adoption or revision of the collection of information—

      (1) the agency has—

      (A) conducted the review established under section 3506 (c)(1);

      (B) evaluated the public comments received under section 3506 (c)(2);

      (C) submitted to the Director the certification required under section 3506 (c)(3), the proposed collection of information, copies of pertinent statutory authority, regulations, and other related materials as the Director may specify; and

      (D) published a notice in the Federal Register—

      (i) stating that the agency has made such submission; and

      (ii) setting forth—

      (I) a title for the collection of information;

      (II) a summary of the collection of information;

      (III) a brief description of the need for the information and the proposed use of the information;

      (IV) a description of the likely respondents and proposed frequency of response to the collection of information;

      (V) an estimate of the burden that shall result from the collection of information; and

      (VI) notice that comments may be submitted to the agency and Director;

      (2) the Director has approved the proposed collection of information or approval has been inferred, under the provisions of this section; and

      (3) the agency has obtained from the Director a control number to be displayed upon the collection of information.

       

       

       


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