NAO 205-13: Interagency Reports Clearance and Reporting Requirements

Revocation Notice

Issued 05/01/91; Effective 04/19/91
Revoked 02/06/09

NAO 205-13: Interagency Reports Clearance and Reporting Requirements PDF


1. THIS TRANSMITS:

Revocation Notice for NOAA Administrative Order (NAO) 205-13, Interagency Reports Clearance and Reporting Requirements, dated April 19, 1991.

.02 This is a complete revision and update to the Order. The significant changes in this Order: discontinues hard-copy reproduction and distribution of NOAA Administrative Orders; changes purpose of the NAO series to focus primarily on policies and responsibilities (inclusion of procedures and guidance is discouraged).

2. PURPOSE:

This Revocation Notice revokes NAO 205-13, Interagency Reports Clearance and Reporting Requirements. This NAO is no longer applicable as the requirement has been removed. A final rule from the General Services Administration published in the Federal Register on January 19,2005, stated:

“This final rule deletes from the Federal Management Regulation (FMR) the specific requirements of the Interagency Reports Management Program. GSA has determined that these requirements no longer serve a useful purpose, in view of the evolution of Federal records management practices affecting records creation and Federal policies that encourage agencies to share information electronically, when authorized by law and regulation, particularly as an alternative to collecting additional information from the public.”

3. NOAA POINT OF CONTACT:

For further information, contact Sarah Brabson, OCIO/PPA, 301-713-3333, ext. 204 or visit the following website: http://www.cio.noaa.gov/Policy_Programs/.

4. ACTIONS:

The above referenced Order dated April 19, 1991, is hereby revoked. An electronic copy of this Revocation Notice will be posted in place of the revoked Order on the NOAA Office of the Chief Administrative Officer website.

SIGNED,

William Broglie
Chief Administrative Officer

Office of the Chief Administrative Officer

Office of Primary Interest:
Office of the Chief Administrative Officer