“The Coast Guard proposes certain additions, changes, and amendments to 33 CFR, subchapter H. The proposed changes would enhance the security of our nation's ports, vessels, facilities, and Outer Continental Shelf facilities and incorporate requirements from legislation implemented since the original publication of these regulations in 2003. “One item missing from my current list that was included in my December blog is the Protection of Sensitive Security Information (SSI), RIN 1652-AA08. This item was implemented as an ‘interim final rule’ back in June of 2004. The last Fall Agenda carried its final action as ‘To Be Determined’. That is still the listed final action so there is no real reason for me to continue to track it. Regulatory Timing Slips Once again, DHS has let the projected time for the completion of the next step in the regulatory process slip for four of the seven rules. It would probably have been seven for seven except that one of the rules listed is new and the other two never did have projected dates that could slip, they were just TBD. The dates that were provided are listed below. Of those in the list all but two are significantly past the date that Congress mandated in the authorizing legislation to have the regulations in place. Neither the MTSA II rule nor the LNG rule have been mandated by Congress.
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