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Federal Register / Vol. 88, No. 57 / Friday, March 24, 2023 / Notices

United States Mint
Notification of Citizens Coinage
Advisory Committee April 18, 2023,
Public Meeting

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Notice of meeting.

Pursuant to United States Code, Title
31, section 5135(b)(8)(C), the United
States Mint announces the Citizens
Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC)
public meeting scheduled for April 18,
Date: April 18, 2023.
Time: 8 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. (ET).
Location: 2nd Floor Conference
Rooms; United States Mint; 801 9th
Street NW; Washington, DC 20220.
Subject: Review and discussion of
candidate designs for the Congressional
Gold Medal commemorating the
servicemembers who perished in
Afghanistan on August 26, 2021, during
the evacuation of citizens of the United
States and Afghan allies at Hamid
Karzai International Airport; review and
discussion of candidate designs for the
Greatest Generation Commemorative
Coin Program; review and discussion of
candidate designs for the Harriet
Tubman Bicentennial Commemorative
Coin Program; and review and
discussion of candidate designs for the
Congressional Gold Medal to the
members of the Women’s Army Corps
who were assigned to the 6888th Central
Postal Directory Battalion, known as the
‘‘Six Triple Eight.’’
Interested members of the public may
either attend the meeting in person or
dial in to listen to the meeting at (888)
330–1716; Access Code: 1137147.
Interested persons should call the
CCAC HOTLINE at (202) 354–7502 for
the latest update on meeting time and
access information.
The CCAC advises the Secretary of the
Treasury on any theme or design
proposals relating to circulating coinage,
bullion coinage, Congressional Gold
Medals, and national and other medals;
advises the Secretary of the Treasury
with regard to the events, persons, or
places to be commemorated by the
issuance of commemorative coins in
each of the five calendar years
succeeding the year in which a
commemorative coin designation is
made; and makes recommendations
with respect to the mintage level for any
commemorative coin recommended.
Members of the public interested in
attending the meeting in person will be
admitted into the meeting room on a
first-come, first serve basis as space is
limited. In addition, all persons entering

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a United States Mint facility must
adhere to building security protocols.
This means they must consent to the
search of their persons and objects in
their possession while on government
grounds and when they enter and leave
the facility, and are prohibited from
bringing into the facility weapons of any
type, illegal drugs, drug paraphernalia,
or contraband. The United States Mint
Police Officer conducting the screening
will evaluate whether an item may enter
into or exit from a facility based upon
Federal law, Treasury policy, United
States Mint policy, and local operating
procedures; and all prohibited and
unauthorized items will be subject to
confiscation and disposal. Members of
the public will need to provide a
government ID (e.g., driver’s license) to
enter the building.
For members of the public interested
in listening in or attending in person,
this is a reminder that the public
attendance is for listening purposes
only. Any member of the public
interested in submitting matters for the
CCAC’s consideration is invited to
submit them by email to
For Accommodation Request: If you
need an accommodation to listen to the
CCAC meeting, please contact the Office
of Equal Employment Opportunity by
April 7, 2023. You can submit an email
request to
ReasonableAccommodations@ or call 202–354–7260
or 1–888–646–8369 (TTY).
Jennifer Warren, United States Mint
Liaison to the CCAC; 801 9th Street NW;
Washington, DC 20220; or call 202–354–
(Authority: 31 U.S.C. 5135(b)(8)(C))
Eric Anderson,
Executive Secretary, United States Mint.
[FR Doc. 2023–06063 Filed 3–23–23; 8:45 am]

Advisory Committee on Tribal and
Indian Affairs, Notice of Meeting,
The Department of Veterans Affairs
(VA) gives notice under the Federal
Advisory Committee Act, 5 U.S.C. 10.,
that the Advisory Committee on Tribal
and Indian Affairs (ACTIA) will meet on
April 4, 5 and 6, 2023 at the Seven
Feathers Hotel Resort, 146 Chief
Miwaleta Lane, Canyonville, OR 97417.
The meeting sessions will begin, and
end as follows:

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11 a.m.–7:30 p.m.—Eastern
Standard Time (EST).
11 a.m.–7:30 p.m. EST.
11 a.m.–3 p.m. EST.

The meeting is open to the public
who may attend in person or virtually
during the meeting times listed.
The purpose of the Committee is to
advise the Secretary on all matters
relating to Indian tribes, tribal
organizations, Native Hawaiian
organizations, and Native American
Veterans. This includes advising the
Secretary on the administration of
healthcare services and benefits to
American Indians/Alaska Natives (AI/
AN) and Native Hawaiian Veterans;
thereby assessing those needs and
whether VA is meeting them.
On April 4, 2023, the agenda will
include opening remarks from the
Committee Chair, Executive Sponsor
and other VA officials. There will be
updates on the PACT Act, Tribal HUD–
VASH, co-pay exemptions for Native
American Veterans, Veterans Health
Administration/Indian Health Service
(IHS) Memorandum of Understanding,
IHS/Tribal health program
reimbursement agreements and
purchased referred care.
On April 5, 2023, the agenda will
include updates and a panel discussion
with senior officials from VA and IHS.
Subsequent updates and briefings will
be provided on the White House
Council on Native American Affairs
Health Committee; Tribal Veterans
Representation Expansion Project;
Veterans Benefits Administration
Claims events in Indian Country; Native
American Direct Loan; and the Native
American Veteran Program. There will
also be a discussion and presentation on
‘‘Operation Tiny Home’’ for Veterans.
On April 6, 2023, the Committee will
receive a briefing on AI/AN Data for
Veteran suicide/behavioral health. This
will be followed by a discussion on the
transition plan for the Committee with
new and outgoing members. The
Committee will then hold open
discussion on topics relevant to the
Committee and address follow-up and
action items including dates for next
On all three days, there will be a
comment period for those members of
the public who have provided a written
Members of the public can register to
attend the meetings at the link below.
Meeting Link: https://