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Federal Register Notice, FAIR Act


Public Availability of Year 2002 Agency Inventories Under the Federal Activities Inventory Reform Act of 1998 (Public Law 105-270)
(“FAIR Act”).

Office of Management and Budget 
Executive Office of the President

Notice of Public Availability of Agency Inventories of Activities That Are Not Inherently Governmental and of Activities That Are Inherently Governmental

Agency inventories of activities that are not inherently governmental are now available to the public from the agencies listed below, in accordance with the “Federal Activities Inventory Reform Act of 1998” (Public Law 105-270) (“FAIR Act”). Agency inventories of activities that are inherently governmental are also now available to the public from the agencies listed below. This is the third release of the 2002 FAIR Act inventories. The Office of Federal Procurement Policy has made available a summary FAIR Act User’s Guide through its Internet site:

The User’s Guide should help interested parties review 2002 FAIR Act inventories, and gain access to agency inventories through agency web-site addresses.

The FAIR Act requires OMB to publish an announcement of public availability of agency inventories of activities that are not inherently governmental upon completion of OMB’s review and consultation process concerning the content of the agencies’ inventory submissions. After review and consultation with OMB, the agency inventories are made available to the public. Interested parties who disagree with the agency’s initial judgment can challenge the inclusion or the omission of an activity on the list and, if not satisfied with this review, may also demand a higher agency review/appeal.


Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr.




American Battle Monuments Commission
Vincent Scatamacchia (703) 696-6898
William Athas (703) 696-6869

Arlington National Cemetery
Rory Smith (703) 614-5060

Armed Forces Retirement Home
Steve McManus (202) 730-3533  

Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board
Bea Robinson, (202) 261-7627  

Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board
Kenneth M. Pusateri (202) 694-7000  

Department of Agriculture
Barbara McNeal (202) 720-0995  

Department of Agriculture, IG
Delmas R. Thornsbury (202) 720-4474  

Department of Commerce
Edna Campbell (202) 482-4115  

Department of Defense
Paul Soloman (703) 824-2692 (Hotline #)
Note: The POC for individual DOD components can be obtained from the DOD website.

Department of Energy
Mark Hively, (202) 586-5655  

Department of Justice
Larry Silvis, (202) 616-3754  

Department of Labor
Kathy Alejandro, (202) 693-4026  

Department of State
Eugene Batt (202) 663-2325  

Department of Transportation
Barbara Fallat, (202) 366-4974  

Farm Credit Administration
Philip Shebest, (703) 883-4146

Federal Election Commission
John O’Brien, (202) 694-1216  

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Kimberly F. Fernandez, (202) 502-8302  

Federal Labor Relations Authority
Kevin Kopper, (202) 482-6690 (ext. 425)  

Federal Maritime Commission
JoAnn Baca, (202) 523-5800  

General Services Administration
Paul Boyle (202) 501-0324

Marine Mammal Commission
Suzanne Montgomery (301) 504-0087

Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Mark J. Flynn (301) 415-6736  

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, IG
David Lee (301) 415-5930  

Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board
Joyce M. Dory (703) 235-4473  

Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight
Jill Weide, (202) 414-3813  

Office of Government Ethics
Sean Donohue, (202) 208-8000, x1217  

Office of Personnel Management
Steven VanRees, (202) 606-2200  

Selective Service System
Freida Brockington (703) 605-4081  

Small Business Administration
Robert Moffitt, (202) 205-6610  

Smithsonian Institution
Alice Maroni (202) 275-2020  

Social Security Administration
Phil Kelly (410) 965-4656  

U.S. Agency for International Development
Debra Lewis, (202) 712-0936  

U.S. Agency for International Development, Office of the Inspector General
Cheryl Woodard, (202) 712-4129