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A. SIGNIFICANT PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE EXCLUSIVE OF ARBITRATION (Enter "Duty Code" and "Title" in spaces provided below)
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B. List Company or Union Affiliations which might question the advisability of your appointment in that industry or at a particular company or union. CC5-6 cc8-37.
FOR FMCS USE
PART III-PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (Continued)
NOTE: For the following questions, if necessary, use approximate numbers of cases when exact figures are unknown.
E. EXPERIENCE BY INDUSTRY (Enter an **X** under the number of cases for which you have acted as arbitrator during the past 8 years.)
PART III-PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE-Continued
F. EXPERIENCE BY ISSUES (Enter an "X" under the number of cases over which you presided as an arbitrator during the past 5 years.)
NUMBER OF CASES
(List citations to any two of your arbitration awards published by the Bureau of National Affairs, Commerce Clearing House or Prentice-Hall)
PART IV GENERAL
1. GEOGRAPHICAL AVAILABILITY Enter an **X**: (1) under the "Home" column indicating the one arbitration district in which your office is located; (2) under the "Adjacent" column the arbitration districts physically adjacent to your home district in which you are willing to accept assignments and (3) under the "Other" column, the arbitration districts physically adjacent to your home district in which you will accept an assignment,
2. REFERENCES (Labor and Management representatives who would recommend your nomination to the FMCS Arbitrator's Roster.)
COMPANY OR UNION
Salt Lake City, Utah
C. If part time indicate number of cases per month
FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION
The Federal Power Commission reported only one data bank.
The Commission was generally responsive; most answers were direct and to the point. Although the FPC did attempt to answer every question, the response does not make clear whether an individual may supplement or correct information contained in his file.
III. Comments on Specific Questions
A. Statutory Authority
Natural Gas and Federal Power Acts authorize the Commission to maintain payroll and personnel records. Computerization of such records is intended to enhance the efficiency of the record keeping operation. Express statutory authority is, therefore, available.
B. Subject Notification and Review
Employees are not notified that information recorded on various personnel records becomes part of a data bank. Information recorded in the data bank is not accessible to individuals; however, employees are allowed to review existing records from which computer data is derived. As noted above, the response does not make clear whether an individual can supplement or correct recorded data.
C. Access by Other Agencies
The Civil Service Commission has access to the Federal Power Commission's data. Periodic reports are submitted by the latter to the former. There is no interfacing between the Federal Power Commission and any other agency.
D. Public Access
The response states that recorded data is available to those processing it and to responsible Commission officials. Presumably, persons other than those named in the response would not have access to the files.
E. Security Precautions
Recorded data is kept in secured areas; improper use of data is prevented by restricting the number of employees who process the data.