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Federal Register / Vol. 72, No.

72 / Monday, April 16, 2007 / Proposed Rules 18923

Initial Regulatory Flexibility Analysis rule are currently approved by the PART 925—GRAPES GROWN IN A
Pursuant to requirements set forth in Office of Management and Budget DESIGNATED AREA OF
the Regulatory Flexibility Act (RFA), the (OMB), under OMB No. 0581–0189, SOUTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA
Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) Generic OMB Fruit Crops. This rule
would impose minimal additional 1. The authority citation for 7 CFR
has considered the economic impact of part 925 continues to read as follows:
this action on small entities. reporting or recordkeeping
Accordingly, AMS has prepared this requirements, deemed to be Authority: 7 U.S.C. 601–674.
initial regulatory flexibility analysis. insignificant, on both small and large 2. In § 925.160, the current paragraph
The purpose of the RFA is to fit grape handlers. is redesignated as paragraph (a), and a
USDA has not identified any relevant
regulatory actions to the scale of new paragraph (b) is added to read as
Federal rules that duplicate, overlap or
business subject to such actions in order follows:
conflict with this rule. As with other
that small businesses will not be unduly
similar marketing order programs, § 925.160 Reports.
or disproportionately burdened.
reports and forms are periodically (a) * * *
Marketing orders issued pursuant to the reviewed to reduce information
Act, and the rules issued thereunder, are (b) When requested by the California
requirements and duplication by Desert Grape Administrative Committee
unique in that they are brought about industry and public sector agencies.
through group action of essentially (CDGAC), each shipper who ships
The AMS is committed to complying grapes shall furnish to the committee at
small entities acting on their own with the E-Government Act, to promote
behalf. Thus, both statutes have small such time as the committee shall
the use of the Internet and other require, an annual grape acreage survey
entity orientation and compatibility. information technologies to provide
There are approximately 50 producers (CDGAC Form 7), which shall include,
increased opportunities for citizen
of grapes in the production area and but is not limited to, the following: the
access to Government information and
approximately 20 handlers subject to applicable year in which the report is
services, and for other purposes.
regulation under the marketing order. Further, the committee’s meeting on requested; the names of the shipper
The Small Business Administration (13 February 6, 2007, was widely publicized (handler) who will handle the grapes
CFR 121.201) defines small agricultural throughout the desert grape industry and the grower who produces them; the
producers as those having annual and all interested persons were location of each vineyard; the variety or
receipts less than $750,000 and defines encouraged to attend the meeting and varieties grown in each vineyard; and
small agricultural service firms as those participate in committee deliberations. the bearing, non-bearing, and total acres
whose annual receipts are less than Like all committee meetings, the of each vineyard.
$6,500,000. February 6, 2007, meeting was a public Dated: April 11, 2007.
Last year, six of the 20 handlers meeting; and all entities, both large and Lloyd C. Day,
subject to regulation had annual grape small, were encouraged to express their Administrator, Agricultural Marketing
sales of at least $6,500,000. In addition, views on this issue. All interested Service.
10 of the 50 producers had annual sales persons were invited to attend this [FR Doc. E7–7179 Filed 4–13–07; 8:45 am]
of at least $750,000. Therefore, a meeting and encouraged to participate BILLING CODE 3410–02–P
majority of handlers and producers may in the industry’s deliberations.
be classified as small entities. Finally, interested persons are invited
This rule would revise § 925.160 of to submit information on the regulatory DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
the order’s rules and regulations to and informational impacts of this action
include the requirement that handlers on small businesses. Federal Aviation Administration
file an annual grape acreage survey. A small business guide on complying
This rule would impose minimal with fruit, vegetable, and specialty crop 14 CFR Part 25
additional costs on handlers regulated marketing agreements and orders may
under the order. The benefits of this be viewed at: http://www.ams.usda.gov/ [Docket No. NM365 Special Conditions No.
proposed rule are not expected to be 25–07–02–SC]
fv/moab.html. Any questions about the
disproportionately greater or less for compliance guide should be sent to Jay Special Conditions: Boeing Model 787–
small handlers than for large entities. Guerber at the previously mentioned 8 Airplane; Systems and Data
At the meeting, the committee address in the FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Networks Security—Protection of
discussed an alternative to this change, CONTACT section. Airplane Systems and Data Networks
which would be to ask handlers to A 15-day comment period is provided From Unauthorized External Access
voluntarily report grape acreage. to allow interested persons to respond
However, under voluntary reporting, it to this proposal. Fifteen days is deemed AGENCY: Federal Aviation
is possible that all handlers would not appropriate because this rule would Administration (FAA), DOT.
report the information, making it need to be in place as soon as possible ACTION: Notice of proposed special
difficult for the committee to aggregate since the shipping season begins April conditions.
accurate information used in 20. All written comments timely
determining the committee’s crop received will be considered before a SUMMARY: This notice proposes special
estimate, assessment rate, and budget of final determination is made on this conditions for the Boeing Model 787–8
expenses. The committee agreed that matter. airplane. This airplane will have novel
this alternative would not be in the best or unusual design features when
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List of Subjects in 7 CFR Part 925 compared to the state of technology


interest of the committee and the
industry, and unanimously Grapes, Marketing agreements, envisioned in the airworthiness
recommended mandating the report. Reporting and recordkeeping standards for transport category
In accordance with the Paperwork requirements. airplanes. The architecture of the Boeing
Reduction Act of 1995 (44 U.S.C. For the reasons set forth in the Model 787–8 systems and networks
Chapter 35), the information collection preamble, 7 CFR part 925 is proposed to allows access to external systems and
requirements that are contained in this be amended as follows: networks, including the public Internet.

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On-board wired and wireless devices ADDRESSES section of this notice conditions would also apply to the other
may also have access to parts of the between 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday model under the provisions of § 21.101.
airplane’s digital systems that provide through Friday, except Federal holidays.
Novel or Unusual Design Features
flight critical functions. These new We will consider all comments we
connectivity capabilities may result in receive on or before the closing date for The digital systems architecture for
security vulnerabilities to the airplane’s comments. We will consider comments the 787 consists of several connected
critical systems. For these design filed late if it is possible to do so networks. This proposed network
features, the applicable airworthiness without incurring expense or delay. We architecture is used for a diverse set of
regulations do not contain adequate or may change the proposed special functions, including the following.
appropriate safety standards for conditions based on comments we 1. Flight-safety-related control and
protection and security of airplane receive. navigation systems (Aircraft Control
systems and data networks against Domain).
If you want the FAA to acknowledge 2. Airline business and administrative
unauthorized access. These proposed receipt of your comments on this
special conditions contain the support (Airline Information Services
proposal, include with your comments Domain).
additional safety standards that the a pre-addressed, stamped postcard on 3. Passenger entertainment,
Administrator considers necessary to which the docket number appears. We information, and Internet services
establish a level of safety equivalent to will stamp the date on the postcard and (Passenger Information and
that established by the existing mail it back to you. Entertainment Services Domain).
airworthiness standards. Additional The proposed architecture of the 787
special conditions will be issued for Background
is different from that of existing
other novel or unusual design features On March 28, 2003, Boeing applied production (and retrofitted) airplanes. It
of the Boeing Model 787–8 airplanes. for an FAA type certificate for its new allows connection to and access from
DATES: Comments must be received on Boeing Model 787–8 passenger airplane. external sources (the public Internet)
or before May 31, 2007. The Boeing Model 787–8 airplane will and airline operator networks to the
ADDRESSES: Comments on this proposal be an all-new, two-engine jet transport previously isolated Aircraft Control
may be mailed in duplicate to: Federal airplane with a two-aisle cabin. The Domain and Airline Information
Aviation Administration, Transport maximum takeoff weight will be Services Domain. The Aircraft Control
Airplane Directorate, Attention: Rules 476,000 pounds, with a maximum Domain and the Airline Information
Docket (ANM–113), Docket No. NM365, passenger count of 381 passengers. Services Domain perform functions
1601 Lind Avenue, SW., Renton, Type Certification Basis required for the safe operation of the
Washington 98057–3356; or delivered in airplane.
duplicate to the Transport Airplane Under provisions of 14 CFR 21.17, Capability is proposed for providing
Directorate at the above address. All Boeing must show that Boeing Model electronic transmission of field-loadable
comments must be marked Docket No. 787–8 airplanes (hereafter referred to as software applications and databases to
NM365. Comments may be inspected in ‘‘the 787’’) meet the applicable the aircraft. These would subsequently
the Rules Docket weekdays, except provisions of 14 CFR part 25, as be loaded into systems within the
Federal holidays, between 7:30 a.m. and amended by Amendments 25–1 through Aircraft Control Domain and Airline
4 p.m. 25–117, except 25.809(a) and 25.812, Information Services Domain. Also, it
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Will which will remain at Amendment 25– may be proposed that on-board wired
Struck, FAA, Airplane and Flight Crew 115. If the Administrator finds that the and wireless devices have access to the
Interface, ANM–111, Transport Airplane applicable airworthiness regulations do Aircraft Control Domain and Airline
Directorate, Aircraft Certification not contain adequate or appropriate Information Services Domain. These
Service, 1601 Lind Avenue, SW., safety standards for the 787 because of new connectivity capabilities and
Renton, Washington 98057–3356; a novel or unusual design feature, features of the proposed design may
telephone (425) 227–2764; facsimile special conditions are prescribed under result in security vulnerabilities from
(425) 227–1149. provisions of 14 CFR 21.16. intentional or unintentional corruption
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
In addition to the applicable of data and systems critical to the safety
airworthiness regulations and special and maintenance of the airplane. The
Comments Invited conditions, the 787 must comply with existing regulations and guidance
The FAA invites interested persons to the fuel vent and exhaust emission material did not anticipate this type of
participate in this rulemaking by requirements of 14 CFR part 34 and the system architecture or Internet and
submitting written comments, data, or noise certification requirements of part wireless electronic access to aircraft
views. The most helpful comments 36. In addition, the FAA must issue a systems that provide flight critical
reference a specific portion of the finding of regulatory adequacy pursuant functions. Furthermore, 14 CFR
special conditions, explain the reason to section 611 of Public Law 92–574, the regulations and current system safety
for any recommended change, and ‘‘Noise Control Act of 1972.’’ assessment policy and techniques do
include supporting data. We ask that Special conditions, as defined in not address potential security
you send us two copies of written § 11.19, are issued in accordance with vulnerabilities that could be caused by
comments. § 11.38 and become part of the type unauthorized external access to aircraft
We will file in the docket all certification basis in accordance with data buses and servers. Therefore, a
comments we receive as well as a report § 21.17(a)(2). special condition is proposed to ensure
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summarizing each substantive public Special conditions are initially the security, integrity and availability of
contact with FAA personnel concerning applicable to the model for which they the critical systems within the Aircraft
these proposed special conditions. The are issued. Should the type certificate Control Domain and Airline Information
docket is available for public inspection for that model be amended later to Services Domain by establishing
before and after the comment closing include any other model that requirements for:
date. If you wish to review the docket incorporates the same or similar novel 1. Protection of Aircraft Control
in person, go to the address in the or unusual design feature, the special Domain and Airline Information

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Services Domain systems, hardware, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Road, Room 100, Wichita, Kansas
software, and databases from 67209; telephone: (316) 946–4123; fax:
unauthorized access. Federal Aviation Administration (316) 946–4107.
2. Protection of field-loadable
14 CFR Part 39 SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
software (FLS) applications and
databases which are electronically [Docket No. FAA–2007–27747; Directorate Comments Invited
transmitted from external sources to the Identifier 2007–CE–030–AD]
on-aircraft networks and storage We invite you to send any written
devices, and used within the Aircraft RIN 2120–AA64 relevant data, views, or arguments
Control Domain and Airline Information regarding this proposed AD. Send your
Airworthiness Directives; Cessna
Services Domain. comments to an address listed under the
Aircraft Company Models 150 and 152
ADDRESSES section. Include the docket
Applicability Airplanes
number, ‘‘FAA–2007–27747; Directorate
As discussed above, these proposed AGENCY: Federal Aviation Identifier 2007–CE–030–AD’’ at the
special conditions are applicable to the Administration (FAA), Department of beginning of your comments. We
787. Should Boeing apply at a later date Transportation (DOT). specifically invite comments on the
for a change to the type certificate to ACTION: Notice of proposed rulemaking overall regulatory, economic,
include another model incorporating the (NPRM). environmental, and energy aspects of
same novel or unusual design features, the proposed AD. We will consider all
these proposed special conditions SUMMARY: We propose to adopt a new comments received by the closing date
would apply to that model as well airworthiness directive (AD) for certain and may amend the proposed AD in
under the provisions of § 21.101. Cessna Aircraft Company (Cessna) light of those comments.
Models 150 and 152 airplanes. This
Conclusion proposed AD would require replacing We will post all comments we
This action affects only certain novel the rudder stop, rudder stop bumper, receive, without change, to http://
or unusual design features of the 787. It and attachment hardware with a new dms.dot.gov, including any personal
is not a rule of general applicability, and rudder stop modification kit. This information you provide. We will also
it affects only the applicant that applied proposed AD also requires replacing the post a report summarizing each
to the FAA for approval of these features safety wire with jamnuts. This proposed substantive verbal contact we receive
on the airplane. AD results from two accidents where concerning this proposed AD.
the rudder was found in the over-travel Discussion
List of Subjects in 14 CFR Part 25
position with the stop plate hooked over
Aircraft, Aviation safety, Reporting the stop bolt heads. We are proposing This AD results from two spin
and recordkeeping requirements. this AD to prevent the rudder from accidents involving Cessna Model 152
The authority citation for these traveling past the normal travel limit airplanes where the rudder was found
Special Conditions is as follows: and becoming jammed in the over-travel in the over-travel position with the stop
Authority: 49 U.S.C. 106(g), 40113, 44701, position. This condition could result in plate hooked over the stop bolt heads.
44702, 44704. loss of control.
In the first accident, which occurred
DATES: We must receive comments on
The Proposed Special Conditions in Canada, a flight instructor and
this proposed AD by June 15, 2007.
Accordingly, the Administrator of the student pilot were unable to recover
ADDRESSES: Use one of the following
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) after performing a spin maneuver. When
addresses to comment on this proposed the airplane was inspected, the rudder
proposes the following special AD: was found jammed.
conditions as part of the type • DOT Docket Web site: Go to
certification basis for the Boeing Model http://dms.dot.gov and follow the In the second accident the rudder
787–8 airplane. instructions for sending your comments bumper was found to be installed
The applicant shall ensure system security electronically. incorrectly, which resulted in a rudder
protection for the Aircraft Control Domain • Mail: Docket Management Facility; jam during an attempted spin recovery.
and Airline Information Services Domain U.S. Department of Transportation, 400 Upon recovery of the airplanes after
from unauthorized external access. The Seventh Street, SW., Nassif Building, the accidents, both accident airplanes
applicant shall also ensure that security Room PL–401, Washington, DC 20590–
threats are identified and risk mitigation had their rudder stop plates hooked
0001. over the stop bolts. After examining the
strategies are implemented to minimize the • Fax: (202) 493–2251.
likelihood of occurrence of each of the accident airplanes and other Cessna
• Hand Delivery: Room PL–401 on
following conditions: Models 150 and 152 airplanes, accident
1. Reduction in airplane safety margins or the plaza level of the Nassif Building,
400 Seventh Street, SW., Washington, investigators determined that, under
airplane functional capabilities, including certain conditions, it is possible to jam
those possibly caused by maintenance DC, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday
activity; through Friday, except Federal holidays. the rudder past its normal travel limit.
2. An increase in flightcrew workload or • Federal eRulemaking Portal: Go to The jam occurs when the stop plate is
conditions impairing flightcrew efficiency, http://www.regulations.gov. Follow the forced aft of the stop bolt head. The
and; instructions for submitting comments. forward edge of the stop plate can then
3. Distress or injury to airplane occupants. For service information identified in become lodged under the head of the
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Issued in Renton, Washington, on April 5, this proposed AD, contact Cessna stop bolt causing the rudder to jam in
2007. Aircraft Company, Product Support, this over-travel position. Recovery from
Stephen P. Boyd, P.O. Box 7706, Wichita, KS 67277; a spin may not be possible with the
Acting Manager, Transport Airplane telephone: (316) 517–5800; fax: (316) rudder jammed beyond the normal
Directorate, Aircraft Certification Service. 942–9006. rudder travel stop limits.
[FR Doc. 07–1838 Filed 4–13–07; 8:45 am] FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Gary This condition, if not corrected, could
BILLING CODE 4910–13–P Park, Aerospace Engineer, 1801 Airport result in loss of control.

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