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Information Quality Act

CPSC is committed to providing the public with information of the highest integrity. Below are resources that explain in detail how CPSC fulfills its federal requirements as stated in the Information Quality Act (Public Law 106-554, Section 515) and Office of Management and Budget memoranda:

 
CPSC’s Information Quality Guidelines.

 
Information Quality Requests for Correction
April 10, 2015

Correction Request from Chamber of Commerce of the United States regarding “Report to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission by the Chronic Hazard Advisory Panel on Phthalates and Phthalate Alternatives


November 12, 2013

Correction Request from Cause of Action Under the Information Quality Act


May 31, 2013

Correction Request from (PEER) Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility on Synthetic Turf Under the Information Quality Act and CPSC's Response


December 28, 2005

Correction Request from The Wood Preservative Science Council on the Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Surface Coatings in Reducing Dislodgeable Arsenic from New Wood Pressure Treated with Chromated Copper Arsenate and CPSC's Response


November 21, 2003

Correction Request from the Government Relations Association of Home Appliance Manufactures on Electric Clothes Dryers and Lint Ignition Characteristics and CPSC's Response


October 16, 2003

Corrections Request from Competitive Enterprise Institute to Ban the Use of CCA-Treated Wood in Playground Equipment


July 11, 2003

Correction Request from McDowell Owens Engineering, Inc. on Electric Clothes Dryers and Lint Ignition Characteristics and CPSC's Response


June 9, 2003

Correction Request from Competitive Enterprise Institute to Ban the Use of CCA-Treated Wood in Playground Equipment and CPSC's Repsonse


February 10, 2003

Correction Request from the American Chemistry Council to Ban Chromated Copper Arsenate (CCA) - Treated Wood in Playground Equipment and CPSC's Response

 

Peer Review Agenda

CPSC’s web accessible plan for peer review of Highly Influential Scientific Assessments as well as any influential scientific information/assessment to be released that will have “a clear and substantial impact on important public policies or private sector decisions.” In addition to upcoming activities, this also includes peer review agendas, status reports, peer review reports, and CPSC responses, where applicable.

 

 

 

 


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