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Specialty Grain Export Inspection and Weighing Waiver Under Review

Friday, February 27, 2015
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The Department of Agriculture’s Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration is accepting through April 28 comments on the proposed extension and revision of an information collection entitled “Export Inspection and Weighing Waiver for High Quality Specialty Grain Transported in Containers,” which is designed to facilitate the marketing of such grain. To ensure compliance with this waiver, GIPSA requires exporters to maintain for three years records generated during their normal course of business that pertain to these shipments and to make these documents available upon request for review and copying purposes. GIPSA does not require exporters of high quality specialty grain to complete and submit new federal government records, forms or reports.

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