Friday, November 11, 2022

TSA Publishes Surface Transportation Security 60-Day ICR Revision Notice – 11-10-22

Today, the Transportation Security Administration published a 60-day information collection request extension notice in the Federal Register (87 FR 68185-68186) for Cybersecurity Measures for Surface Modes. This notice is a follow-up to the recent emergency approval of a revision to that ICR supporting the new Security Directive (SD1580/82-2022) for surface transportation cybersecurity.

The ICR notice lists the information collection requirements of the new SD and confirms the continuation of the existing collection requirements of the earlier security directives. The overall burden estimate is provided, but TSA does not break down that information to the individual collection requirements. That data will probably not be available until TSA submits this ICR to the OMB’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA).

The table below shows a comparison of the ICR burden data provided in the Emergency ICR revision notice and today’s 60-day ICR notice. The differences in the ‘Response’ numbers appears to be because the TSA is reporting different response, total responses in the first case and number of responding agencies in the second.

Burden Estimate

Emergency ICR

This Request







The TSA is soliciting public comments on the ICR notice. Comments may be emailed to Comments should be received by January 13th, 2022.

NOTE: Corrected date in title (changing '-12' to '-22'), 0757 EST 3-9-23.

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